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Tonight on Evening Report - March 31 2015

Evening Report editor Selwyn Manning -

Tonight on Evening Report we lead with a video cross to Hanoi to gauge how delegates from South East Asia, meeting on nuclear disarmament in Vietnam, have responded to news New Zealand has been spying on its trading partners. This and more in tonight's edition.

Evening Report - video episode 3: We Cross To Hanoi To Talk With Matt Robson on NZ’s Reputation in South East Asia After The Snowden GCSB Revelations Evening Report: We Cross To Hanoi To Talk With Matt Robson on NZ’s Reputation in South East Asia after revelations that the New Zealand Government’s GCSB has been spying on ASEAN member states and officials. Interviewer: Selwyn Manning... FULL ARTICLE


Keith Rankin on Subsistence and the Benefit

Rural Northland poverty in the spotlight. Image
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YESTERDAY ON RADIO NEW ZEALAND’S MORNING REPORT “Te Manu Korihi for 30 March 2015“, Mana’s Hone Harawira discussed the matter of unemployed Maori returning to their home rural villages losing their ‘job-seeker’ benefits, and how this process may be the death knell for some of those villages.

In traditional times, through much of the world, people subsisted in villages in essentially cash-free local economies. Periodically, times of optimism away from the village would create demands for hired labour; people would flow from their villages to these labour hotspots and return when those cash-earning opportunities subsided. FULL ARTICLE from 7:30pm.


MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Tax modernisation programme launched Revenue Minister Todd McClay today released the first two ... FULL ARTICLE

New steps against kauri dieback – Govt - MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – New steps against kauri dieback Conservation Minister ...

Revised controls for moving purchased fruit and vegetables outside the Fruit Fly Controlled Area - MIL OSI – Source: Ministry for Primary Industries – Revised controls for moving purchased fruit ...

Law change proposed to ban cosmetic testing on animals - MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Headline: Law change to ban cosmetic testing ...

Woman dies after crash between vehicle and a mobility scooter in Levin - MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Police – Woman dies after crash A woman has died in hospital after a collision ... FULL ARTICLE

Homicide investigation launched following assault at Christchurch Men’s Prison - MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Police – Homicide investigation launched following assault at Christchurch Men’s Prison ...

MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment MBIE – Local Government invited to support UFB, RBI ...

MIL OSI – Source: Statistics New Zealand – New dwelling consents decreased in February

MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – NZ ICT sector thanked for work on ...

MIL OSI – Source: Department of Conservation – Seeking fish for injured yellow-eyed penguins Only six days of fish stock remains ...

MIL OSI – New Zealand can hold its head high, sports professor says New Zealand ...

MIL OSI – Source: Massey University – ‘Remarkable’ professor retires after 45 years Massey University’s ...

MIL OSI – Source: Asia New Zealand Foundation – Survey shows complex views about New Zealand ...

MIL OSI – Source: Pacific Media Centre – Analysis published with permission of PMC Headline: The price of protest in West ... FULL ARTICLE




MIL OSI – Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI – Former Federal Agents Charged with Bitcoin ...

MIL OSI – Source: United States Department of State – East Asia and the Pacific: Criminal ...

MIL OSI – Source: Amnesty International NZ – Turkey: Draconian reforms give police wide-ranging powers ...

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