Two men have died just days after receiving the coronavirus vaccine. A “fit and healthy” 55-year-old man from Tamworth, NSW, died in hospital last week about a week after rolling up his sleeve.
A family …Read more
More cases of covid… That’s all we seem to have heard for 16 months. Cases, cases, cases. And some deaths.
And while India is in the news this week over the number of deaths there, …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
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
The Council of Trade Unions is concerned that today’s consumer price index (CPI) data shows that for the poorest New Zealanders the cost of living continues to rise well ahead of the official headline increase …Read more
PRESS RELEASE: A migrant employee was employed by Restaurant Brands Limited (RBL) on a permanent basis as an Assistant Restaurant General Manager. When the employee started his role, his open work visa was due to
By Vernon Coleman in the UK
Everything that has happened in the last year or so was planned. Nothing related to covid-19 has happened by accident.
Conspirators have been planning this coup for decades. Every …Read more
Older people and those prescribed multiple medications are most at risk of medication-related harm, a new University of Otago study shows.
The study, published in the British Journal of General Practice, reviewed the electronic records …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
A Court of Appeal decision has found the liquidators of Mainzel Group “are entitled to an award of compensation in respect of the director’s breaches”.
Liquidators of the failed Mainzeal group of companies, Andrew Bethell …Read more
Inland Revenue is turning its hidden economy focus on to the real estate sector, including both the under reporting of income and the overstating of expenses.
Inland Revenue spokesperson Richard Owen says: “Real estate is …Read more
Consultation on global proposals to deregulate Gene Editing will end on March 17th, with the public and food producers largely in the dark about the major implications. The coincidence in date for proposals in Australia …Read more
By Jon Doe
New Zealand is ranked first equal with Denmark in the Transparency International annual index of perceived levels of public sector corruption. And perceived is the key word here. Because in reality, when
“The shocking revelations that Air New Zealand has been assisting the Saudi military in the war on Yemen must prompt a wider inquiry into the Crown’s involvement in the arms trade,” said Peace …Read more
Are you buying a new home attached to others? Is it being sold without a body-corporate to reduce costs and issues? The Insurance Council of New Zealand is urging all potential or existing …Read more
Press release: Oxfam
New Zealand’s richest citizen, Graeme Hart, has seen his fortune increase by NZ$3,494,333,333 since March 2020 – a sum equivalent to over half a million New Zealanders receiving a cheque for NZ$6,849 …Read more
The Council of Trade Unions is warning that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures out today (Monday 25 January) illustrate that the cost of living is increasing disproportionately for those on lower incomes; …Read more
Press release – Socialist Equality Group
For hundreds of thousands of families in New Zealand, the holiday period this year will be one of the hardest in living memory.
Like other countries, the working class …Read more
A Taranaki dairy farmer has been fined $40,000 and put under two years intensive supervision for breaking the tails of 136 cows and docking the tails of 26 cows.
Lane Rodney Wiggins, 53, had earlier …Read more
Auckland motor vehicle trader BNZ JP Euro Auto Parts has been fined $67,500 for misrepresenting consumers’ rights under the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 (CGA) and for failing to provide Consumer Information Notices (CINs).
BNZ JP …Read more