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Summer Sun and Window Tinting

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MIL OSI – Source: Press Release Service – New Zealand – PR.co.nz – Press Release/Statement: Headline: Summer Sun and Window Tinting (PR.co.nz) As we head into December and the temperatures around the country slowly climb, many New Zealanders are beginning to plan for a (hopefully) sunny summer and are dreaming of days filled with sun, […]

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Momentum Builds for No Deforestation Palm Oil

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MIL OSI – Source: Greenpeace New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Momentum Builds for No Deforestation Palm Oil By now you know the problem: a rapidly expanding palm oil industry, eating up forests, draining carbon-rich peatlands, and sparking conflict with local people and workers. But if you had to guess at what is turning out […]

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Thinking of hiring? Here’s the calculator for you

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment MBIE – Press Release/Statement Headline: Thinking of hiring? Here’s the calculator for you 26 November 2014 The new Employee Cost Calculator is just the ticket for small business owners who want to employ someone, but are unsure of the costs. The calculator was […]

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Australia’s online shoppers more likely to buy local

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MIL OSI – Source: Roy Morgan Poll – Press Release/Statement Headline: Australia’s online shoppers more likely to buy local Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia), October 2013 – September 2014 (n=16,176). It’s a problem familiar to many online shoppers: trying to buy products from internet retailers in the US, only to find they don’t ship […]

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New online tool for small business

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: New online tool for small business Small Business Minister Craig Foss today welcomed the release of a new online tool to help small and medium-sized businesses understand the cost of employing staff. The tool, developed by Business.govt.nz at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and […]

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Iwi members appointed to Whānau Ora group

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Iwi members appointed to Whānau Ora group Six iwi representatives have been appointed to the Whānau Ora Partnership Group Finance Minister Bill English and Minister for Whānau Ora Te Ururoa Flavell say. “These iwi representatives are well-placed to contribute to the work of the […]

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Family Violence Report on Gender Bias Welcomed

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MIL OSI – Source: Family First – Press Release/Statement Headline: Family Violence Report on Gender Bias Welcomed Posted by Admin on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Media Release 26 Nov 2014Family First NZ is welcoming a report which says that blaming men for domestic violence is ‘gender bias’. “It is time that the focus on family […]

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Bay of Plenty’s critical infrastructure organisation above-average in resilience

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MIL OSI – Source: MIL NZ OSI – Press Release/Statement: Headline: Bay of Plenty’s critical infrastructure organisation above-average in resilience Bay of Plenty’s critical infrastructure organisation above-average in resilience November 26, 2014 A major investigation has found the Bay of Plenty’s critical infrastructure organisations are of above-average resilience. University of Canterbury researchers developed a new […]

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We're making a difference

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MIL OSI – Source: Property Council New Zealand – Release/Statement Headline: We're making a difference 20/11/14 9:41 AM Our Waikato Branch sub-committees have been busier and more active than ever, focusing on the Hamilton District Plan, urban design, development contributions and more. Hamilton District Plan We lodged an appeal with the Environment Court focusing on […]

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Forging new links with China

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MIL OSI – Source: Plant and Food New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Forging new links with China President Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China, launched the New Zealand-China Joint Laboratory for Kiwifruit Research at an event in Auckland last week. The Joint Laboratory is a collaboration between Plant & Food Research […]

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Huawei Announces their Global Network Functions Virtualization Open Lab and Leads the Industry

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MIL OSI – Source: Huawei – Press Release/Statement Headline: Huawei Announces their Global Network Functions Virtualization Open Lab and Leads the Industry Huawei Announces their Global Network Functions Virtualization Open Lab and Leads the Industry [Shanghai, China, November 24, 2014]: Huawei today announced the construction of its Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Open Lab to global […]

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Commerce Commission releases draft decision on Transpower’s Upper South Island reliability project amendment application

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MIL OSI – Source: Commerce Commission – Press Release/Statement Headline: Commerce Commission releases draft decision on Transpower’s Upper South Island reliability project amendment application Commerce Commission releases draft decision on Transpower’s Upper South Island reliability project amendment application 25 November 2014 The Commerce Commission has released its draft decision approving Transpower’s application for an amendment […]

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Apple Announces World AIDS Day 2014 Campaign for (RED)

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MIL OSI – Source: Apple News – Press Release/Statement Headline: Apple Announces World AIDS Day 2014 Campaign for (RED) Apple Donating A Portion of Holiday Sales from Retail & Online StoresCUPERTINO, California—November 23, 2014— To mark World AIDS Day 2014, Apple® and leading app developers are inviting customers to help (RED) achieve the goal of […]

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Ignore prohibition notices at your peril

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MIL OSI – Source: WorkSafe New Zealand – Press Release/Statement: Headline: Ignore prohibition notices at your peril Builder Grant Collings has been fined $18,000 in the Christchurch District Court today for breaching a WorkSafe New Zealand prohibition notice which was issued to prevent workers from the continued risk of a likelihood of serious harm. On […]

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More visitors holidaying in New Zealand

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MIL OSI – Source: Statistics New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: More visitors holidaying in New Zealand The number of overseas visitors arriving on holiday (98,100) to New Zealand increased 14 percent in October 2014 compared with October 2013, Statistics New Zealand said today. The number of visitor arrivals to New Zealand in total for October […]

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New Zealand first neat places app launched by Canterbury graduate

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MIL OSI – Source: University of Canterbury – Press Release/Statement Headline: New Zealand first neat places app launched by Canterbury graduate November 24, 2014 A University of Canterbury graduate student has produced a nationwide app showing the best cafes, bars, restaurants, shops and events in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. Marcia Butterfield this week launched […]

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New online tool for small business

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: New online tool for small business Small Business Minister Craig Foss today welcomed the release of a new online tool to help small and medium-sized businesses understand the cost of employing staff. The tool, developed by Business.govt.nz at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and […]

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Iwi members appointed to Whānau Ora group

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Iwi members appointed to Whānau Ora group Six iwi representatives have been appointed to the Whānau Ora Partnership Group Finance Minister Bill English and Minister for Whānau Ora Te Ururoa Flavell say. “These iwi representatives are well-placed to contribute to the work of the […]

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Progress reports released on tax avoidance

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Ministers – Release/Statement Headline: Progress reports released on tax avoidance Revenue Minister Todd McClay today released two reports from officials relating to tax avoidance by large multinational companies. The reports provide an update on policy work being undertaken in line with the OECD Action Plan and also […]

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New rules for Kaikoura, and Sounds blue cod season opens

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MIL OSI – Source: Ministry for Primary Industries 2 – Press Release/Statement Headline: New rules for Kaikoura, and Sounds blue cod season opens 26 November 2014 KAIKOURA The new rules for the Kaikoura Marine Area came into effect in August 2014 and apply to an area from the Clarence River in the north to the […]

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Broadband and phone changes from 1 December

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MIL OSI – Source: Consumer Affairs – New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Broadband and phone changes from 1 December From 1 December 2014 there will be a change to telephone and broadband internet costs. Most people use the same company to provide both these services, and so they will not be affected by […]

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Doubling of flights between NZ and China

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Doubling of flights between NZ and China Flights between New Zealand and China are set to double under amended air services arrangements, says Transport Minister Simon Bridges. “Airlines from both New Zealand and China will be able to offer 42 services per week, per […]

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$8.6 million extra for school funding transition

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: $8.6 million extra for school funding transition Education Minister Hekia Parata says $8.6 million has been provided to help schools transition through decile funding changes. Ms Parata says the Government knows that schools that have moved to a higher decile rating will need time […]

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Collins welcomes Government Inquiry report

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MIL OSI – Source: National Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Collins welcomes Government Inquiry report Papakura MP Judith Collins today welcomes the Government Inquiry report into allegations regarding herself and former Director of the Serious Fraud Office, Adam Feeley. “I’ve always had faith that the Inquiry would find the truth,” Ms Collins says. “I am […]

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Trains Not Cyclists Vital For Gisborne and Hawke's Bay Renaissance

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand First – Press Release/Statement Headline: Trains Not Cyclists Vital For Gisborne and Hawke's Bay Renaissance New Zealand First is challenging the government to show it is serious about regional economic development by backing the Shortline Establishment Group’s advanced plans to re-establish the Gisborne to Napier rail link. “Both Hawke’s […]

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Key’s vile smear machine questions left unanswered

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MIL OSI – Source: Labour Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Key’s vile smear machine questions left unanswered The report into Judith Collins’ involvement in undermining the former Serious Fraud Office boss leaves major questions unanswered about the smear machine run out of John Key’s office, Labour MP Megan Woods says. “This report has deliberately narrow […]

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Govt must make up lost time on sexual violence law reform

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MIL OSI – Source: Labour Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Govt must make up lost time on sexual violence law reform The Government must prioritise any recommendations from the Law Commission to improve criminal process for sexual violence cases after it stalled reform work for two years, Labour’s Justice spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says. “Labour is […]

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White Ribbon day should last all year

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MIL OSI – Source: Labour Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: White Ribbon day should last all year White Ribbon Day is an opportunity for all men to stand up and affirm to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence towards women, says Labour’s Associate Justice Spokesperson Kelvin Davis.  “Violence towards women is rampant across […]

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Report confirms John Key abused power of PM’s Office

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MIL OSI – Source: Green Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Report confirms John Key abused power of PM’s Office Tuesday, 25 Nov 2014 | Press Release It is inconceivable that John Key did not know about the black ops dirty politics coming out of his office. This report shows his Deputy Chief of Staff was […]

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Trains Not Cyclists Vital For Gisborne and Hawke's Bay Renaissance

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand First – Press Release/Statement Headline: Trains Not Cyclists Vital For Gisborne and Hawke's Bay Renaissance New Zealand First is challenging the government to show it is serious about regional economic development by backing the Shortline Establishment Group’s advanced plans to re-establish the Gisborne to Napier rail link. “Both Hawke’s […]

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IGIS report a damning indictment on former spy boss

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MIL OSI – Source: Labour Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: IGIS report a damning indictment on former spy boss The report by Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security into the release of classified documents is a sad and damning indictment on former spy boss Warren Tucker, Labour’s MP for Mount Roskill and former leader Phil Goff […]

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Royal Commission needed after proof PM’s office involved in Dirty Politics

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MIL OSI – Source: Green Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Royal Commission needed after proof PM’s office involved in Dirty Politics Reports that the Prime Minister’s senior advisor gave secret SIS information to blogger Cameron Slater in order to embarrass the Labour Party proves John Key office was involved in Dirty Politics and abused their […]

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US government presented with International report on Cuban Five

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: US government presented with International report on Cuban Five A high level delegation, representing millions of people from across the globe, met with US government officials at the US Embassy in London in November to hand over the final report of the […]

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GPJA #524: Sat – Art Exhibition by one of the “Cuban 5″ opened by ambassador

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: GPJA #524: Sat – Art Exhibition by one of the “Cuban 5″ opened by ambassador WHAT’S ON IN AOTEAROA/NZ Saturday, , November 22, 2-3.30pm, Depot Artspace, 28 Clarence St, DevonportCuba’s Ambassador to New Zealand, Maria del Carmen Herrera, will open an exhibition […]

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Government misguided to base funding on employment outcomes

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MIL OSI – Source: QPEC – Press Release/Statement Headline: Government misguided to base funding on employment outcomes “QPEC, the Quality Public Education Coalition, is alarmed at proposals to tie tertiary education funding to “employment outcomes,” says QPEC tertiary education spokesperson Dr David Cooke. Ministry briefings, the Ministry of Education, the TEC and Treasury recommend a […]

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10,000 NZers marched against TPPA!

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MIL OSI – Source: It’s Our Future – Statement Headline: 10,000 NZers marched against TPPA! DAY OF ACTION 8 NOVEMBER 2014 On November 8 10,000 New Zealanders across the country came out and said loudly and proudly #TPPANoWay! These are the biggest rallies that have taken place against the TPPA anywhere in the world, and […]

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Renegotiate South Korea FTA if it gives foreign investors the right to sue

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MIL OSI – Source: Professor Jane Kelsey – Press Release/Statement Headline: Renegotiate South Korea FTA if it gives foreign investors the right to sue ‘Coverage of the free trade agreement just concluded with South Korea has been all about agriculture – which is being talked up without anyone being able to see the fine print’, […]

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Did Key and Groser sell out on TPPA with nothing on agriculture?

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MIL OSI – Source: Professor Jane Kelsey – Press Release/Statement Headline: Did Key and Groser sell out on TPPA with nothing on agriculture? According to the Wall Street Journal, trade minister Groser says the politicians have ‘informally “closed out” all but two major areas’ of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) negotiations.   Those areas are state-owned […]

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GPJA #523 (11/11/14): WHAT’S ON IN AOTEAROA/NZ

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: GPJA #523 (11/11/14): WHAT’S ON IN AOTEAROA/NZ WHAT’S ON IN AOTEAROA/NZ Wednesday, November 12, 7pm, Western Springs Community Garden Hall, 956 Great North Rd, Western SpringsWOMEN AND CLIMATE JUSTICE FORUM – ALL WELCOME!We are excited to be bringing you this forum in […]

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Minister Groser’s Big Debate on TPPA is meaningless unless it comes before an agreement is signed

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MIL OSI – Source: Professor Jane Kelsey – Press Release/Statement Headline: Minister Groser’s “Big Debate” on TPPA is meaningless unless it comes before an agreement is signed University of Auckland law professor Jane Kelsey has challenged trade minister Tim Groser to come clean on whether he really intends to allow ordinary New Zealanders, or even […]

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Australia’s online shoppers more likely to buy local

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MIL OSI – Source: Roy Morgan Poll – Press Release/Statement Headline: Australia’s online shoppers more likely to buy local Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia), October 2013 – September 2014 (n=16,176). It’s a problem familiar to many online shoppers: trying to buy products from internet retailers in the US, only to find they don’t ship […]

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Death of the dongle? USB mobile broadband usage declines as more Aussies tether smartphones

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MIL OSI – Source: Roy Morgan Poll – Press Release/Statement Headline: Death of the dongle? USB mobile broadband usage declines as more Aussies tether smartphones Source: Roy Morgan Single Source, April-September 2013 and April-September 2014, average six month sample =13,879 Australians 14+. The popularity of mobile broadband connections including plug-in USB modems, portable WI-FI modems […]

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Up in the air: business travel in Australia

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MIL OSI – Source: Roy Morgan Poll – Press Release/Statement Headline: Up in the air: business travel in Australia Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia), October 2013 – September 2014 (n=16,176). In a country as vast as Australia, travelling by air for business is often a necessity. In fact, in the 12 months to September […]

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Honouring the Ampatuan massacre victims as fight for justice goes on

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MIL OSI – Source: Dr David Robie – Analysis published with permission of Café Pacific Headline: Honouring the Ampatuan massacre victims as fight for justice goes on A grim reminder of the Maguindanao, or Ampatuan, massacre on 23 November 2014. Photo: DanRogayan A TOP Filipino investigative journalist will be speaking about the “worst attack” on […]

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Let it rip, Potato Chip! Australia’s favourite snacks

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MIL OSI – Source: Roy Morgan Poll – Press Release/Statement Headline: Let it rip, Potato Chip! Australia’s favourite snacks Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia), July 2013 – June 2014 (n=16,809). When it comes to the nation’s most popular snacks, it seems Australians’ tastes tend more towards savoury than sweet. In an average seven-day period, […]

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BNZ Economist Tony Alexander’s Weekly Overview November 20

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MIL OSI – Source: BNZ Weekly Overview by Tony Alexander – Press Release/Statement Headline: BNZ Economist Tony Alexander’s Weekly Overview November 20 An FX Comment Exporters and the Reserve Bank will probably be feeling a bit upset at the bounce up in the Kiwi dollar over the past couple of weeks. Before going into specifics […]

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A toast to Australia’s Champagne and sparkling wine drinkers!

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MIL OSI – Source: Roy Morgan Poll – Press Release/Statement Headline: A toast to Australia’s Champagne and sparkling wine drinkers! Source: Roy Morgan Single Source (Australia), October 2013 – September 2014 (n=17,450). With the Spring Racing Carnival still ringing in our ears, and the silly season fast approaching, Mark Twain’s famous observation that “Too much […]

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5AA Australia – Labour’s New Leader + China’s President In New Zealand

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Across The Ditch is broadcast live weekly on 5AA Australia and webcast on LiveNews.co.nz. Recorded on 20/11/14 – Captured Live on Ustream.tv. ISSUE ONE: The New Zealand Labour Party has elected its new leader, the vote going to a third round after no clear outright winner was found in the initial preferential vote. Trade unionist […]

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Over $2 million offered in the latest Arts Grant round

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MIL OSI – Source: Creative New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Over $2 million offered in the latest Arts Grant round The lastest Arts Grant round resulted in 73 grants totalling $2,194,182 being offered to support projects by New Zealand artists, practitioners and arts organisations. More than $6 million was requested from 178 applications. Applications to this round […]

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Political shennanigans, ecological terrorism and twitchy fairytales lead to award for Wellington playwright

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MIL OSI – Source: Creative New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Political shennanigans, ecological terrorism and twitchy fairytales lead to award for Wellington playwright The Bruce Mason Playwriting Award was presented to Ralph McCubbin Howell at the Playmarket Accolades in Wellington on 23 November 2014. The $10,000 cash prize recognises early success in the career […]

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Waikato Regional Sports Facility Plan

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MIL OSI – Source: Sport Waikato – Release/Statement Headline: Waikato Regional Sports Facility Plan The Waikato Regional Sports Facility Plan marks the first time that the Waikato region has collectively examined current and future sport and recreational facility needs. The key objectives are to understand what facilities the region has, what is needed (and […]

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Media Release – New light shed on Christchurch’s Victoria Square

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MIL OSI – Source: MIL NZ OSI – Press Release/Statement: Headline: Media Release – New light shed on Christchurch’s Victoria Square New light shed on Christchurch’s Victoria Square Unravelling the rich history of one of Christchurch’s iconic precincts is the focus of the latest book from Canterbury University Press (CUP). Victoria Square: Cradle of Christchurch, […]

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New Zealand Foothills revisited in new book

Canterbury Foothills & Forests: A Walking and Tramping Guide (second edition) by Pat Barrett, published by Canterbury University Press.

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MIL OSI – Source: Canterbury University Press – Press Release/Statement Headline: Foothills revisited in new book A new, updated edition of a popular Canterbury walking and tramping guide has been published this month by Canterbury University Press (CUP). Canterbury Foothills & Forests: A Walking and Tramping Guide, first published in 2002 by Shoal Bay Press, […]

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The Land Before Time

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MIL OSI – Source: Maidment Theatre – Press Release/Statement Headline: The Land Before Time Embark on a journey into an enchanting prehistoric adventure with dinosaur pals Littlefoot, Cera, Spike, Ducky and Petrie in this acclaimed animated classic for the entire family. In a long-ago age of rumbling volcanoes and perilous earthquakes, a young bracheosaurus named […]

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Creative New Zealand’s Te Manu Ka Tau delivered in partnership with the Auckland Arts Festival March 2015

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MIL OSI – Source: Creative New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Creative New Zealand’s Te Manu Ka Tau delivered in partnership with the Auckland Arts Festival March 2015 Call for proposals: DEADLINE MONDAY 1 DECEMBER Creative New Zealand, in association with the Auckland Arts Festival, is calling for proposals from theatre, dance, music and cross artform […]

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Michael King Writers' Centre: Four NZ writers selected for 2015 residencies

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MIL OSI – Source: Creative New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Michael King Writers' Centre: Four NZ writers selected for 2015 residencies Four writers selected for the residency programme at the Michael King Writers’ Centre next year will explore diverse aspects of New Zealand life and culture – from Māori spirituality, a soldier’s “mutiny” in […]

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Honouring the Ampatuan massacre victims as fight for justice goes on

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MIL OSI – Source: Dr David Robie – Analysis published with permission of Café Pacific Headline: Honouring the Ampatuan massacre victims as fight for justice goes on A grim reminder of the Maguindanao, or Ampatuan, massacre on 23 November 2014. Photo: DanRogayan A TOP Filipino investigative journalist will be speaking about the “worst attack” on […]

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WEST PAPUA DAY: Safe Witness Journalism trainer talks action

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MIL OSI – Source: Pacific Media Centre – Report published with permission of the Pacific Media Centre Headline: WEST PAPUA DAY: Safe Witness Journalism trainer talks action Event date and time: Monday, December 1, 2014 – 18:00 – 20:00 Monday, December 1, 2014, is the 53rd anniversary of West Papua’s independence. On this day in […]

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Pacific Journalism Review 2014 conference – final programme

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MIL OSI – Source: Pacific Media Centre – Report published with permission of the Pacific Media Centre Headline: Pacific Journalism Review 2014 conference – final programme Time Session 8:00 – 8:45 RegistrationWG126  8.45 – 9.00 Mihi Whakatau ‐ AUT Tangata WhenuaWG126  9:00 – 9:30 Introduction ‐  Opening remarks, welcome: Professor David Robie, PMC director, PJR […]

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Journos, film makers, media freedom advocates join Asia-Pacific political journalism event

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MIL OSI – Source: Dr David Robie – Analysis published with permission of Café Pacific Headline: Journos, film makers, media freedom advocates join Asia-Pacific political journalism event A candlelight vigil for the 58 victims of the 2009 Maguindanao massacre – 32 of them media people. Still no justice for them today. Renowned investigative journalists, film […]

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PJR2014 conference to highlight media freedom issues in Asia-Pacific nations

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MIL OSI – Source: Pacific Media Centre – Report published with permission of the Pacific Media Centre Headline: PJR2014 conference to highlight media freedom issues in Asia-Pacific nations Media freedom in Fiji, Philippines, Timor-Leste and West Papua will come under the spotlight at this month’s Pacific Journalism Review 2014 conference. The conference, with the theme […]

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Pacific Journalism Review 20(2)

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MIL OSI – Source: Pacific Media Centre – Report published with permission of the Pacific Media Centre Headline: Pacific Journalism Review 20(2) Pacific Journalism Review ISBN/code: 10239499 Price: $35.00 Publication date: Saturday, November 8, 2014 Publisher: Pacific Media Centre (AUT) “Failed” states and the environment in the region have been featured in the latest edition […]

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USP awards message – Journalism an act of faith in the future

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MIL OSI – Source: Pacific Media Centre – Report published with permission of the Pacific Media Centre Headline: USP awards message – Journalism an act of faith in the future This is the keynote message from Repúblika publisher Ricardo Morris at the University of the South Pacific/Wansolwara journalism awards 2014. COMMENT:  Journalism is an act […]

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BURMA: Does the military still have a licence to kill?

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MIL OSI – Source: Pacific Media Centre – Report published with permission of the Pacific Media Centre Headline: BURMA: Does the military still have a licence to kill? Both the Burmese government and the military leadership must immediately initiate a proper investigation into the killing of journalist Aung Kyaw Naing, argues Kyaw Zaw Moe, with […]

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