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- Recognising the worth of volunteers
- National Climate Policy – 2. Sweden
- We can save the world’s smallest dolphin
- Dying for a job
- Hiding behind beneficiaries and accusations of fraud
- NZ fail in PISA scores
- National Climate Policy – 1. Denmark
- Key rewriting history over Chorus
- New Zealand needs to say ‘fin’ to shark finning
- Why we can’t risk deep sea drilling
- Global climate policy – ‘Acknowledging’ & ‘Declaring’ – what’s the difference?
- Campaign for pokie free hospitality launches
- SPC (7:44 pm): This presumably would mean either very early or very late visits to the home....
- zedd (11:30 am): I think the Minister is ‘painting all beneficiaries with the same...
- zedd (11:20 am): Listening to the ‘urgent debate’ yesterday.. it was everyone...
- mok.monster (9:26 am): The hounding of beneficiaries who might be in intimate relationships I...
- dbuckley (8:57 am): Work and income staff are not generally on friendly terms with people...
- T\'old lass (8:49 am): How true, those who determine the attitude of staff are well aware that...
- Gray Southon (6:47 am): Thanks Kennedy for this report, we need to learn from what others are...
- Trevor29 (12:22 am): Those would be the grids that allow access to the Norwegian hydro power...
- philip (8:47 pm): Of course Dave will have been treated well by WINZ staff, who were...
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Political positioning, a call to boost Kiwibank, a plan to cut child poverty in NZ plus candidate and campaign training. The Green Party’s AGM in Auckland has had it all over the long weekend. Political positioning was confirmed yesterday and summed up by Metiria thus: We’re more likely to support Labour on confidence and supply, […] read moreJune 6, 2011 12:00 pm - 99 Comments
Free film for jailed Iranian filmmaker - by frog
If you’re in Wellington this Sunday night, there’s a free film showing at the Paramount in support of Jafar Panahi. The Iranian filmmaker was arrested in March 2010 for “plans” to make a film about the nationwide protests that followed the disputed 2009 presidential election in Iran. To the dismay of all who know his humane […] read moreJanuary 27, 2011 4:12 pm - 11 Comments
Here’s eye-witness perspective on the student protests in London. The first from NZ academic Bronwyn Hayward who is currently in the UK. She asks: Where were the adults when Britain’s young people are finding their political voice? And this from Laurie Penny who writes for the New Statesman: I am genuinely afraid that I might be […] read moreDecember 13, 2010 2:40 pm - 14 Comments
What comes after ‘three peat’? ‘Four peat’ doesn’t quite have the same ring to it. That’s the problem we have describing the awesome success of the Black Ferns who just won the Rugby World Cup for the fourth time in a row. It’s a great problem to have. Congratulations to all the New Zealand players, […] read moreSeptember 7, 2010 3:33 pm - 5 Comments
Frank Capra’s warning to us 50 years ago - by frog
A reader just sent me this clip: You’d think we might be a bit further down the path to doing something about it by now. read moreOctober 23, 2008 2:30 pm - 4 Comments