The Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier says two of three acute care mental health inpatient facilities inspected last year are not fit for purpose and one urgently needs to be upgraded. However, he says a third, …Read more
By Stephen Coles
While the experimental mRNA covid jabs have been heralded as having the potential for great benefits, they harbour the possibility of catastrophic unforeseen consequences, write researchers Stephanie Seneff and Greg Nigh.
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By Steve Hart
The person who came up with the idea of making a Hollywood movie about the aftermath of the Christchurch mosques shootings in 2019 should look a little further back in time.
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Evidence is building that an uncommon immune response is behind dangerous, but incredibly rare, blood clots associated with some COVID-19 vaccines. But the good news is that there is a test doctors can use to …Read more
Amnesty International is calling on the New Zealand Government to oppose the Government of Japan’s decision to release more than one million tonnes of radioactive wastewater from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the …Read more
During the first illegal lockdown that was ordered by prime minister Jacinda Ardern on 23 March 2020 – and which came into force two days later – the citizens of New Zealand were asked to …Read more
If you want to have your say on whether the nation’s water should be fluoridated at the whim of the Director-General of Health then you have until 18 June to make your voice heard – …Read more
When Jacinda Ardern was elected as prime minister the first time, she stood in parliament and told us her government would be open and transparent. It isn’t. In fact, obtaining information from government appears to …Read more
Research undertaken by Otago and Pacific-based researchers shows about three quarters of Pacific jurisdictions have sugary drink taxes and more than of third of them had increased the taxes by at least 20 per cent …Read more
Press release – Social Credit Party: If America declared war on China and called on New Zealand to assist, the government would immediately find the money necessary to provide the guns, bullets and other equipment …Read more
Most DHB-employed midwives are not able to strike tomorrow (9 June) because their union is still waiting on a revised offer from the DHBs. However, MERAS Co-leader (Industrial) Jill Ovens, says the union supports the …Read more
The owners of three superettes have been ordered by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) to pay $57,000 in penalties for employment law breaches.
Those liable for the penalties include the director, Balwinder Singh, and his …Read more
The Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) is dedicated to providing consumers with the information necessary to make an informed decision regarding vaccinations.
In early 2020, ICAN made FOIA requests to NIH for documents regarding COVID-19, …Read more
Dr. Sucharit Bhakd explains everything that’s wrong with the government’s response to covid-19 and discusses a range of common treatments for the disease that avoids any use of the so-called ‘vaccine’.… Read more
Out of the John Hopkins University in the US comes a game-plan to help governments manage SPARS 2025, the next Coronavirus flu-like outbreak. Authors of the SPARS 2025 management plan, written to develop a strategy …Read more
Childminder Tanya Smith, 43, of Plymouth, UK, received her first vaccination in March and died four days later on 3 April as a result of numerous blood clots.
Kenneth Edwards, Ms Smith’s partner, told local …Read more
In an open letter to New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Attorney-General, Minister of Health, Minister of Covid, Minister or Seniors, Director General of Health, Nelson-based lawyer Sue Grey says it is now established that the spike …Read more
Once again the government’s coffers have been boosted as a result of a workplace injury, with the government being awarded more than the victim in a court decision…
A Hawkes Bay steel plate cutting company …Read more
There is growing anger among workers internationally over the New Zealand Labour Party-led government’s decision to end the manned underground investigation of Pike River mine. The government is reneging on its 2017 election promise to …Read more
“Facebook has admitted it enables a range of harmful practices including foreign interference in elections, hate speech, and mass data privacy breaches – yet it remains largely self-governing,” says Green Party spokesperson for Electoral Reform …Read more
Contact Energy has been rated as the worst performer in Consumer NZ’s latest electricity satisfaction survey.
Its website boasts making “electricity easy and efficient, with competitive rates, friendly local service and flexible payment options”, but …Read more
“You will all starve to death, if you don’t protest and wake up to this”. Powerful interview which includes updates on the situation with India and the Indian farmers’ struggle, which is becoming increasingly dire …Read more
New research shows that the coronavirus spike protein created after a covid-19 vaccination unexpectedly enters the bloodstream, which is a plausible explanation for thousands of reported side-effects from blood clots and heart disease to brain …Read more