Dan the man calls the shots in Melbourne – officer resigns on air

A 16-year veteran of the Melbourne, Victoria police force in Australia went public this week to…

Your rights are ebbing away…Please act now!

Jacinda Ardern’s government is quietly signing more of your rights away with an extension of laws…

Indian Bar Association sues WHO scientist over Ivermectin

In news that came to light this week, the Indian Bar Association (IBA) is suing Dr.…

Government misrepresenting facts on roadside drug testing

The government’s proposed roadside drug tests are based on unreliable science, says the car review website…

Petition to stop killer robots in New Zealand

A petition to ban Killer Robots has been handed to the Minister for Disarmament and Arms…

Disabled person in residential care drowns in bath – firm fined

IDEA Services was sentenced in the New Plymouth District Court after the death of an intellectually…

Factory worker poisoned by 1080 – nearly dies

A Rolleston-based pest bait manufacturing organisation has been fined $275,000 over an incident in which a…

Why a domestic covid ‘passport’ raises hard questions about discrimination, inequality and coercion

Tim Dare, University of Auckland and Justine Kingsbury, University of Waikato With COVID-19 causing extraordinarily intrusive…

Police curb media coverage of anti-lockdown protestors

Victoria Police censored vital media coverage of Melbourne’s protests by banning the live-streaming of aerial footage,…

Victorian premiere Daniel Andrews faces legal challange over lockdowns

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is facing a multibillion-dollar class action suit from businesses affected by the…

Aussie police access Covid QR track and trace data for criminal investigations

By Graham Greenleaf: The Australian Information Commissioner this week called for a ban on police accessing…

Despite deportation and detention attempts, could more have been done to prevent terror attack?

New Zealand is fast-tracking changes to counter-terrorism laws in response to Friday’s terror attack, but several…

I know when the covid madness will end

By Charles Coles – Shouting Into the Wind: When it comes to covid-19 and the government-imposed…

People who’ve had covid-19 do not need a vaccine says university

By Kate Dunlop at Conservative Woman: Todd Zywicki, an American law professor contested the order of his…

Man free to go on stabbing spree while a lockdown protestor is under 24 hour curfew

Report and commentary: A man thought to be so dangerous he was placed under constant police…

Democracy campaigner arrested, refuses bail conditions, remains in custody

Australia: A woman charged with incitement and accused of urging people to attend anti-lockdown protests remains…

Caregiver raids disabled client’s bank account

A recent case, investigated by dispute resolution service, Financial Services Complaints Limited (FSCL) has highlighted the…

ACC has more than 200 claims for covid jab injuries

When the covid-19 jab started to be rolled out in February 2021, a few concerned citizens…

Jacinda Ardern ‘playing Russian roulette’ with covid jab

On 13 August, before the government admitted to a Pfizer vaccine death, New Zealand Doctors SOS…

Prepare for a lifetime of covid jabs, boosters, lockdowns and food shortages

Face masks could promote cancer. By Dr Vernon Coleman (pictured above) in the UK: The disease…

MIQ complaints to ombudsman soar

Complaints about managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) facilities have surged in the past six weeks, says…

Mask wearing during the new abnormal

by Jessica Peters in the UK: Almost a year into the New Abnormal and its bedazzled…

Government challenged on police response to lockdown protesters

Open letter dated: 19 August 2021. From Nelson lawyer Sue Grey to the Prime Minister, Solicitor-General,…

Voices for Freedom video interview with Dr Roger Hodkinson

Watch below the Voices for Freedom interview with Dr Roger Hodkinson. Dr Hodkinson has spoken out…

Is Jacinda Ardern the Messiah? Or just a very crafty politician?

The Prime Minister’s politics – including her stance towards the Mongrel Mob and the Taliban –…

You naughty person – going out and about

Commentary: It seems police in New Zealand are mind-readers, able to tell at a glance if…

Employers need to step up as lockdown continues

Press release: It is the responsibility of business owners who have staff working from home during…

Pak’n’Save customers arrested for not wearing a face mask

Police responded to an incident at Pak’n’Save Kaitaia about 12.30pm on Thursday 19 August and arrested…

Police crackdown on anti-lockdown protesters – arrests made

Updated: Police dealt with three protests opposing the level 4 government-imposed lockdown today. Four people were…