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More than 450 vaxxed Kiwis now listed on Citizen’s Database of death

total of 470 people have now been added to the Citizen’s Database of those thought to have died as a result of being jabbed with a covid-19 Pfizer vaccine.

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Government abandon appeal against High Court ruling on unlawful vaccine mandate order

The government has abandoned its appeal against the High Court ruling made in February that their vaccine mandate for Police and Defence staff was unlawful.

Employment

Firefighter staffing crisis due to vaccine mandate

The ongoing vaccine mandate for firefighters has been catastrophic to their response capacity across New Zealand, with the Professional Firefighters Union acknowledging that firefighter numbers are now at crisis point.…

Business

Unvaxxed residence class visa holders allowed in to New Zealand

BusinessNZ welcomes the Government’s announcement that residence class visa holders who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 will be able to enter New Zealand from 6 May 2022.

Covid-19

Firefighter staffing crisis due to vaccine mandate

The ongoing vaccine mandate for firefighters has been catastrophic to their response capacity across New Zealand, with the Professional Firefighters Union acknowledging that firefighter numbers are now at crisis point.…

Media

New book raises more questions over Pike River disaster

On November 19, 2010, an explosion tore through the underground Pike River coal mine on the west coast of New Zealand’s South Island. After a second explosion five days later, the 29 workers underground were declared dead. This was not a random accident: it was a crime caused by capitalism.

Law & Order

Worker whose thumb was sliced off gets $30,000 – government gets $200,000

Mainland Poultry Limited was sentenced on Monday 23 May in the Papakura District Court, after a worker’s thumb was severed in October 2020. The south Auckland egg processing company has…

Introducing The Reset: The Great Reset Docuseries

 

If you can’t understand why someone did something, look at the consequences and infer the motivation.

— Carl Gustav Jung, Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst