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- Kerry Thomas (5:06 pm): Oldlux. Yes. Same as Adam Smith said. To paraphrase. Tax the owners of...
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Tim Groser is far fetched on TPP - by Russel Norman
At his post cabinet press conference about 8 days ago Key was asked about investor state dispute mechanisms. Investor state dispute mechanisms are the clauses in trade deals that allow overseas investors to sue governments at World Bank tribunals if governments do things that cost overseas investors money. For example the Canadians passed a law [...] read moreNovember 23, 2010 9:34 pm - 125 Comments
Govt takes Green advice on saving Kauri - by Kevin Hague
Following my call last week, today the Government has announced it will act to prevent the spread of kauri rot, the didymo of the forest that affects the native kauri tree. The kauri is an evolutionary dinosaur, first appearing in the Jurassic period 195-130 million years ago. It’s a taonga to all New Zealanders. The [...] read moreOctober 29, 2009 3:29 pm - 21 Comments