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Imagine you wake up from a coma and you learn that 11 months ago, an "Attack on America" destroyed some significant buildings, killed 3,000 people and forced a war against terrorism. You switch on the news and see pictures of Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, ...
New Zealand's basketball heroes the Tall Blacks came back from 24 points down to beat China in their final pool game at the World Championships in Indianapolis this morning by 94 points to 88.
What has happened to British television? Once a feasting ground of witty, acerbic and terribly-well-bred comics who wrote brilliant shows like Fawlty Towers and Blackadder , Brit comedy has descended into unwatchable tripe.
As President Bush goes to Capitol Hill today to promulgate his rationale for sending a few hundred thousand U.S. ground troops to spill their blood in Iraq, political polls indicate an eerie public feeling that the rush to war may also be serving to ...
Why the Gold Cartel Will Fail to Prevent a Primary Bull Market in Gold: And the Real Reason They're Trying to Prevent It Anyway By James Sinclair and Harry Schultz September 3, 2002
The New Zealand AIDS Foundation would like to know what’s up
ACT Leader Richard Prebble said today that the news that another top New Zealand businessman, Eric Watson, has left the country, is a serious loss.
Saudi Sheikh Khalid bin Mahfouz, an Osama bin Laden benefactor, has laundered money into tax-exempt U.S. entities for years as a foreign financier of terrorism. But a new 9/11 lawsuit is thrusting Mahfouz’s latent past business links to George W. ...
“The speech today by John Tamihere in the Address and Reply debate was a disgraceful example of racism”, says New Zealand First MP, Brian Donnelly.
1. Hon ROGER SOWRY to the Minister of Transport: Does he have full confidence that the Civil Aviation Authority's procedures and audit processes for proper airline safety standards and checks are adequate; if not, why not?
Recently-retired World Trade Organisation director-general Mike Moore has been appointed as special trade envoy by the Government.
President Bush continues to court organised labour. His focus on Pennsylvania is interesting for several reasons. It is Tom Ridge’s turf. Ridge has gone from the governor’s mansion of Pennsylvania to the Department of Homeland Security. Along ...
Who was the “dickhead” that organised tomorrow’s National Penis Day? An AIDS Foundation gimmick, the point of it all is to provide a fun way to promote a serious issue, men’s health - particularly men’s sexual health according to AIDS Foundation Executive ...
1. PAUL ADAMS (United Future) to the Minister of Justice: Is it the Government's policy to support the multi-agency approach adopted in Taranaki to combat the supply of alcohol to those aged under 18 by retailers, parents and other adults?
Weekend NYC Area Events To Challenge Official 9/11 Story - - Offer Highly Documented Lines Of Inquiry In Ongoing Investigation
After watching the maiden parliamentary speech of Random Trollop Metiria Turei,a Libertarianz spokesman said he didn't know whether to laugh or cry. "Such mumbo jumbo makes me wonder if the country has been taken over by the Muppets," said ...
This morning Israeli High Court of Justice issued a ruling allowing the forcible transfer of two Palestinians from their home town of Nablus to the Gaza Strip on the grounds that they allegedly assisted their brother to commit attacks against ...
With National Penis Day looming tomorrow, the AIDS Foundation is reminding media of key points about the campaign and the day:
This timeline dispels the notion that theorists on 9/11 are working on the basis of supposition and prejudice, it shows clearly that unanswered questions relating to 911 are probably the most vital issue currently facing the people of this planet.
Progressive Matt Robson MP has hit out at what he describes as nutty intolerant statements on immigration fuelled by sentiments increasingly close to racism.
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As the world tentatively approaches the anniversary of the horrendous events of last September 11 the New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters urges caution as world leaders contemplate the next steps in the war on terrorism.
One of the things I made very clear to the members here is that doing nothing about that serious threat is not an option for the United States.
National Leader Bill English has congratulated the Tall Blacks for their fantastic win over China in the World Basketball Championships.
Hapu and iwi continue to challenge the Crown’s assumption of its right to govern. They alone will determine what is best for them. Reconciliation could well involve new constitutional arrangements.
Those who rail against the construction of an eastern transport corridor have criticised the AA as being totally pro-car, anti-public transport and even anti-environment. That's an easy mantra to chant, but is far detached from reality.
The Government should stay away from Tranz Rail, ACT Transport spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.
Within a few months, the events of Sept. 11th, 2001 became but an echo of the events that followed. War in Afghanistan, anthrax, unprecedented powers of detention: the public mind moves from one shock to another, appearing to accept the government’s ...
Green Party Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Keith Locke has congratulated National's Lockwood Smith on reaching the same conclusion as the Greens: a Free Trade deal with the United States can only be bought by going to war.
Child, Youth and Family is this afternoon taking High Court legal action to halt the further sale of assets by Northland’s Te Hauora O Te Tai Tokerau (THOTT) and to freeze the trust’s bank accounts, says Social Services and Employment Minister ...
This isn't real. That's what we all said. I said it too, as I watched from a high-rise building on West 17th Street and saw the mighty towers of the World Trade Center collapse and disappear into dust.