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
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
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
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
A New Zealand High Court judge is siding with campaigners who say the government’s rollout of the covid vaccine is “problematic”.
Nga Kaitiaki Tuku Ihu Medical Action Society Incorporated, represented in court by lawyer Sue …Read more
By Chris Leitch, Leader, Social Credit Party
The pre-budget speeches of the Finance Minister have indicated he will deliver a budget this week that is fiscally conservative with reduced spending and will prioritise debt reduction, …Read more
An updated passport with new and improved security features is being phased in by the Department of Internal Affairs.
The Buzz wonders if this has anything to do with so-called covid passports or covid certificates.…Read more
A customs worker who says she has not been asked to be tested for covid-19 by her employer is the latest to be sacked for refusing the trial vaccine.
Last week Jacinda Ardern’s government made …Read more
Even inside fully-protected marine reserves crayfish numbers have plummeted and numbers outside reserves are likely much lower than official estimates, a new University of Auckland study shows.
Researchers, including Dr Nick Shears from the University’s …Read more
The government through the Department of Conservation is making a major play for state ownership of the public’s fish and game resources and sport via the department’s review of the Fish and Game organisation says …Read more
Where it has been tried by the Romans, Attila the Hun to Hitler, but they never achieved a truly global conquest.
Well, today this is the latest ambition of globalists: the …Read more
While the nation and the rest of the world’s population are asked to wear a mask – they are still compulsory when using public transport in New Zealand – and to keep their distance it …Read more
Greenpeace New Zealand is calling on the Austrian Government to explain why OMV, a state controlled oil company, has been using the notorious Thompson & Clark spy agency to actively thwart legitimate climate protests in …Read more
The union representing ambulance officers is calling on the Government to include national ambulance services under the newly-announced Health NZ to ensure the service is fully-funded and free to all.
“We strongly support the proposed …Read more
A new environmental report released today by the Ministry for the Environment and Stats NZ, presents new data on New Zealand’s land cover, soil quality, and land fragmentation.
The land cover data in the report, …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
Thousands of care and support workers help sick, injured, and elderly New Zealanders live at home with dignity, but they are denied the pay, respect, and security of hours necessary to do the same. Two …Read more
Most New Zealanders are unaware that their country is being hijacked – and by default, they actually voted for this, thinking the Government would take care of their interests, because … “it is kind”, however, …Read more
The Government, a majority shareholder in Air New Zealand, is continuing to support its own airline.
A Crown loan facility made available to Air New Zealand in March 2020 has been extended to a debt …Read more
EMA Chief Executive Brett O’Riley says yesterday’s highlighted increases around the number of liquidations, and feedback from EMA members during recent face-to-face meetings and briefings, highlighted how close the cliff edge was for …Read more
By Jon Doe
A week-long level 3 lockdown started Sunday (today 28 Feb 2021) and it’s been pinned on the actions of a KFC worker (dubbed Case L by the government), who thanks to our …Read more