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Largest Ever Earth Hour Celebration to Send Collective Call for Climate Action

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MIL OSI – Source: World Wildlife Fund – Press Release/Statement Headline: Largest Ever Earth Hour Celebration to Send Collective Call for Climate Action English | Español WASHINGTON, DC (March 26, 2015) – On Saturday, March 28 at 8:30 p.m. local time, individuals, businesses, cities and landmarks around the world will switch off their lights for […]

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Largest Ever Earth Hour Celebration to Send Collective Call for Climate Action

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MIL OSI – Source: World Wildlife Fund – Press Release/Statement Headline: Largest Ever Earth Hour Celebration to Send Collective Call for Climate Action English | Español WASHINGTON, DC (March 26, 2015) – On Saturday, March 28 at 8:30 p.m. local time, individuals, businesses, cities and landmarks around the world will switch off their lights for […]

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India: Historic Supreme Court ruling upholds online freedom of expression

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MIL OSI – Source: Amnesty International NZ – Press Release/Statement Headline: India: Historic Supreme Court ruling upholds online freedom of expression A landmark judgement by India’s Supreme Court striking down a vague and overly broad law on online expression is a defining moment for freedom of expression in the country, Amnesty International India said. Section […]

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Malaysia: Scores of arrests point to escalating crackdown

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MIL OSI – Source: Amnesty International NZ – Press Release/Statement Headline: Malaysia: Scores of arrests point to escalating crackdown         Malaysian riot police officers with shields and batons stand guard © APGraphicsBank   The arrests of scores of protesters as well as two human rights lawyers in separate incidents yesterday and today […]

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Yemen: Authorities must bring planners of mosque suicide attacks to justice

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MIL OSI – Source: Amnesty International NZ – Press Release/Statement Headline: Yemen: Authorities must bring planners of mosque suicide attacks to justice     A destroyed mosque, Sa’dah, Yemen. ©Private       The suicide bombing of two mosques in Sana’a today, that killed dozens of people and wounded more than 100 others, must be […]

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Police appeal for witnesses to alleged incident in New Brighton

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Police – Press Release/Statement Headline: Police appeal for witnesses to alleged incident in New Brighton Source: New Zealand Police – Press Release/Statement: Headline: Police appeal for witnesses to alleged incident in New Brighton Thursday, 26 March 2015 – 7:23pm Canterbury Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident on […]

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Development of women leaders encouraged

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MIL OSI – Source: National Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Development of women leaders encouraged Minister for Women Louise Upston has used this week’s 30th anniversary of the Ministry for Women to encourage all New Zealanders to do their part to encourage and develop women leaders. In a speech at the Ministry’s offices tonight, Ms […]

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Ahuwhenua Trophy finalists announced

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Ahuwhenua Trophy finalists announced Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has congratulated the three finalists in this year’s Ahuwhenua Trophy competition, celebrating excellence in Māori farming.   Mangaroa Station in Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne, Paua Station north of Kaitaia, and Maranga Station near Gisborne were […]

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Commerce Commission issues draft determination on wool scouring assets application

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MIL OSI – Source: Commerce Commission – Press Release/Statement Headline: Commerce Commission issues draft determination on wool scouring assets application Commerce Commission issues draft determination on wool scouring assets application 26 March 2015 The Commission has today published its draft determination on Cavalier Wool Holding’s application under the Commerce Act for authorisation of the proposed […]

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Electronic tolling coming to Tauranga in 2015

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Transport Agency – Press Release/Statement Headline: Electronic tolling coming to Tauranga in 2015 One of the nine-metre high electronic tolling gantries has been installed on the Tauranga Eastern Link (TEL) ahead of the official opening of the motorway later this year. The second toll gantry will be built on […]

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Forestry-related death notified to WorkSafe

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MIL OSI – Source: WorkSafe New Zealand – Press Release/Statement: Headline: Forestry-related death notified to WorkSafe WorkSafe New Zealand has been notified this morning of a forestry-related death at Te Wera in Taranaki. Inspectors are on their way to the remote forestry site where it appears that a worker has been struck by a log […]

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Innovating New Opportunities – Huawei eSDK Interacts with Developers at CeBIT 2015

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MIL OSI – Source: Huawei – Press Release/Statement Headline: Innovating New Opportunities – Huawei eSDK Interacts with Developers at CeBIT 2015 Innovating New Opportunities – Huawei eSDK Interacts with Developers at CeBIT 2015 [Shenzhen, China, March 25, 2015] Huawei demonstrated its unified open platform, Ecosystem Software Development Kit (eSDK) at CeBIT, held in Hannover, Germany. […]

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Huawei Unveils Industry’s First ONOS-based IP + Optical and Transport SDN Applications

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MIL OSI – Source: Huawei – Press Release/Statement Headline: Huawei Unveils Industry’s First ONOS-based IP + Optical and Transport SDN Applications Huawei Unveils Industry’s First ONOS-based IP + Optical and Transport SDN Applications [Los Angeles, USA, March 25, 2015] Huawei today demonstrated its IP + optical and Transport Software-Defined Networking (TSDN) applications at the Optical […]

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Huawei Introduces Short-Reach Optical Interconnect Module Prototype at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition (OFC)

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MIL OSI – Source: Huawei – Press Release/Statement Headline: Huawei Introduces Short-Reach Optical Interconnect Module Prototype at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition (OFC) Huawei Introduces Short-Reach Optical Interconnect Module Prototype at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition (OFC) [Los Angeles, USA, March 25, 2015] Huawei today unveiled its short-reach optical interconnect module […]

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We're shaping Auckland's future

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MIL OSI – Source: Property Council New Zealand – Release/Statement Headline: We're shaping Auckland's future 25/03/15 4:50 PM The Auckland Branch has submitted on Auckland Council’s Draft Long Term Plan 2015-16, Draft Development Contributions Draft Policy 2015 and the Land Transport Programme. In short, the the branch views on most important issues are: We support […]

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Growing the Bay of Plenty should be the focus

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MIL OSI – Source: Property Council New Zealand – Release/Statement Headline: Growing the Bay of Plenty should be the focus 25/03/15 1:42 PM The Bay of Plenty needs all the attention it can get to grow its economy and pitch itself as a good place to live and do business in. That’s why in our […]

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Development of women leaders encouraged

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MIL OSI – Source: National Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Development of women leaders encouraged Minister for Women Louise Upston has used this week’s 30th anniversary of the Ministry for Women to encourage all New Zealanders to do their part to encourage and develop women leaders. In a speech at the Ministry’s offices tonight, Ms […]

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Ahuwhenua Trophy finalists announced

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Ahuwhenua Trophy finalists announced Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has congratulated the three finalists in this year’s Ahuwhenua Trophy competition, celebrating excellence in Māori farming.   Mangaroa Station in Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne, Paua Station north of Kaitaia, and Maranga Station near Gisborne were […]

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Arohata prisoners give back to the community

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Arohata prisoners give back to the community Prisoners at Tawa’s Arohata Prison are making a positive contribution to the community, Corrections Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga says. Mr Lotu-Iiga visited the prison today to meet Corrections staff and prisoners, to listen to them about life […]

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Fraud reforms continue to save taxpayer money

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Fraud reforms continue to save taxpayer money Associate Minister for Social Development Jo Goodhew has welcomed news that since benefit fraud reform initiatives began two years ago, up to $60 million of taxpayers’ money has been saved. “Over the past two and a half […]

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$2m for extra safeguards to maternity care

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: $2m for extra safeguards to maternity care Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says cases where a woman becomes seriously unwell during maternity care will now be audited by a panel of experts. “It is important that new mothers and babies receive high quality care across […]

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Significant rise in renewable electricity

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Significant rise in renewable electricity Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges says new figures showing renewable energy contributed almost 80 percent of New Zealand’s electricity generation last year are very encouraging. At 79.9 percent, the share of renewable electricity generation in 2014 is the […]

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Royal succession laws come into force

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: Royal succession laws come into force Legislation modernising rules applying to Royal succession to the throne came into force today in New Zealand and in the 16 Realms that share the Queen as Head of State. Justice Minister Amy Adams says the Royal Succession […]

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$4m investment in motorcyclists’ safety

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand Government – Press Release/Statement Headline: $4m investment in motorcyclists’ safety ACC Minister Nikki Kaye has welcomed the $4 million investment in motorcycle safety initiatives in 2015/16 advised by the Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council. The council represents the motorcycling community, and advises ACC on safety initiatives that will make motorcycling […]

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C’mon Nick what’s the truth on the RMA

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MIL OSI – Source: Labour Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: C’mon Nick what’s the truth on the RMA  “Nick Smith has got to fess up and tell us what is happening to his much vaunted RMA reform, Labour’s Environment spokesperson Megan Woods says.  “With just a day and a half to go before the polls […]

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SSC salaries sink National’s spending spin

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MIL OSI – Source: Labour Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: SSC salaries sink National’s spending spin Massive pay rises at the State Services Commission prove National’s claims of clamping down on spending in the public sector are simply fantasy, Labour’s State Services spokesman Kris Faafoi says. “Salaries in this one department are almost $70,000 more […]

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Epidemic of serious assaults in our prisons

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MIL OSI – Source: Labour Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Epidemic of serious assaults in our prisons Labour wants stab proof vests and pepper spray for all corrections officers to keep them safe from the epidemic of serious prison assaults that are occurring around the country’s jails, says Labour’s Corrections Spokesperson Kelvin Davis.  “There have […]

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Removing Paedophile Name Suppression

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand First – Press Release/Statement Headline: Removing Paedophile Name Suppression New Zealand First will introduce a Bill in Parliament to remove name suppression from paedophiles where the victim/victims have not requested it, or are asking for it to be removed, Leader and candidate for the Northland by-election Rt Hon Winston […]

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Bringing Political Power Back To Northland

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand First – Press Release/Statement Headline: Bringing Political Power Back To Northland New Zealand First stood in this by-election to end the neglect of Northland brought about by decades of abandonment by the National Party, says Leader and candidate for the Northland by-election Rt Hon Winston Peters. “Northlanders know they have been forgotten […]

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State House WOF Trial Results Withheld Too Long

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand First – Press Release/Statement Headline: State House WOF Trial Results Withheld Too Long New Zealand First says the Government is deliberately hiding results of the national warrant of fitness (WOF) trial for state houses at the expense of vulnerable New Zealanders.  “The Government was sure to have known state […]

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Northland Dairy Farmers Let Down By Government In Fonterra Result

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MIL OSI – Source: New Zealand First – Press Release/Statement Headline: Northland Dairy Farmers Let Down By Government In Fonterra Result New Zealand First says Fonterra’s latest downwards revision in the 2014/15 forecast to a total cash payout of $4.90 – $5.00 per kilogram of milksolids (kg/MS) for a fully-shared up farmer, can be blamed […]

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Listen to the locals Hekia!

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MIL OSI – Source: Labour Party – Press Release/Statement Headline: Listen to the locals Hekia! Minister Hekia Parata needs to understand what consultation is, Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson says. “It means you have to listen to what people say in their submissions and then be able to demonstrate you have considered their views when […]

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“Another World is Possible” essay competition 2015

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: “Another World is Possible” essay competition 2015 Photo shows workers protesting the death of Fred Evans, the miner who was shot in a Waihi union hall in 1912 by a gang of drunken cops and scabs. For the second time, the Labour […]

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Venezuela Weekly 3.23.15

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: Venezuela Weekly 3.23.15 A sample of a newsletter on Venezuela you can subscribe to for up to date news and analysis This weekly email contains a few useful articles on Venezuela that contain bite-sized dose of the truth so that you can […]

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March to Stop Deep Sea Oil – final week promotional push!

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: March to Stop Deep Sea Oil – final week promotional push! Kia ora koutou, As I’m sure you’ve heard by now, on Sunday the 29th of March the international oil industry will descend upon SkyCity in Auckland to hold their annual conference, […]

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What’s on in Aotearoa/NZ (19/3/15)

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: What’s on in Aotearoa/NZ (19/3/15) Friday, March 20, 7pm, Unite Union offices, 6a Western Springs Rd, Kingsland (Near Morningside train station and New North Road buses.)Cuban Film Night: Cuba and Chernobyl. The Cuban government has been receiving praise worldwide for sending more […]

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NZ First Bill throws down the gauntlet to National and Labour on foreign investors’ rights to sue in TPPA

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<a href=”http://milnz.co.nz/mil-osi-aggregation/” target=”_blank”>MIL OSI</a> – Source: Professor Jane Kelsey Headline: NZ First Bill throws down the gauntlet to National and Labour on foreign investors’ rights to sue in TPPA The Fighting Foreign Corporate Control Bill in the name of New Zealand First’s trade spokesperson Fletcher Tabuteau was drawn from the ballot today. The Bill would […]

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Water is more precious than gold

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: Water is more precious than gold Since November last year community group Protect Karangahake have been asking the Waikato Regional Council to take steps towards ensuring the beautiful Waitawheta and Ohinemuri rivers are not endangered by requiring New Talisman Gold Mines to […]

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Media Coverage from NZ TPPA-No Deal day of action

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: Media Coverage from NZ TPPA-No Deal day of action 7 March 2015 TPPA: No Deal! Nationwide Day of Action Before the march NZ just a ‘minnow’ in controversial TPP deal (3 March, Otago Daily Times) http://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/334992/nz-just-minnow-controversial-tpp-deal Protest to reinforce TPPA opposition (5 […]

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Reminder: This Friday, Cuba and Chernobyl film, 7pm, 6a Western Springs Rd

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MIL OSI – Source: Global Peace and Justice Auckland – Press Release/Statement Headline: Reminder: This Friday, Cuba and Chernobyl film, 7pm, 6a Western Springs Rd Cuban Film Night Cuba and Chernobyl The Cuban government has been receiving praise worldwide for sending more medical volunteers to West Africa to combat the Ebola virus than any other […]

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State Of It: Factional Fractures In Evidence As National Loss In Northland Looms

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MIL Analysis+Reportage – EveningReport.NZ Winston Peters on the campaign trail. Image courtesy of Dunedinstadium.files.wordpress.com. Politics is a science. And when you create a vacuum an opponent will occupy it. By Selwyn Manning. IRRESPECTIVE OF THE FINAL COUNT, Auckland-based National Party insiders say there will be three losers once the by-election votes are counted, and they […]

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KiwiSaver HomeStart Bill passes – IRD

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MIL Analysis+Reportage – EveningReport.NZ MIL OSI – Source: Inland Revenue Department – KiwiSaver HomeStart Bill passes The Taxation (KiwiSaver HomeStart and Remedial Matters) Bill passed its third reading today and now awaits Royal assent. Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith and Revenue Minister Todd McClay today welcomed Parliament’s passage of the Taxation (KiwiSaver HomeStart […]

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What will help poorest children most, right now? – CPAG

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MIL Analysis+Reportage – EveningReport.NZ MIL OSI – Source: Child Poverty Action Group – What will help poorest children most, right now? Government needs to hear loudly and strongly that it is the right of all low income children to benefit from tax-funded child payments to alleviate child poverty. The tragedy is that the poorest children […]

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New TPPA Investment Leak Confirms NZ Surrender to US – Prof Kelsey

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MIL Analysis+Reportage – EveningReport.NZ MIL OSI – Source: Professor Jane Kelsey – New TPPA Investment Leak Confirms NZ Surrender to US Professor Jane Kelsey. THE CONTROVERSIAL INVESTMENT CHAPTER of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) has just been posted by Wikileaks, along with an analysis by Washington-based Public Citizen. Dated 20 January 2015, at the start of […]

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WEST PAPUA: Benny Wenda tipped to meet O’Neill, says PNG Loop

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MIL Analysis+Reportage – EveningReport.NZ MIL OSI Analysis – Pacific Media Centre/Pacific Media Watch Former prime minister Paias Wingti (left) with Free West Papua PNG coordinator Freddy Mamborasa at Jacksons International Airport at Port Moresby yesterday. Image: PNG Loop Thursday, March 26, 2015 Item: 9182 Freddy MouPORT MORESBY (PNG Loop/Pacific Media Watch): Papua New Guinea Prime […]

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Radio: FiveAA Australia – Evening Report’s Across The Ditch – PM’s Credibility + Cricket Update

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MIL Analysis+Reportage – EveningReport.NZ Peter Godfrey and Selwyn Manning’s weekly bulletin Across The Ditch. This week: New Zealand PM’s Credibility questioned + Cricket World Cup Update. Recorded live on 26/03/15 – FiveAA.com.au and EveningReport.nz. Peter Godfrey and Selwyn Manning. ITEM ONE:THE PRIME MINISTER HAS once again decided to attack the messenger rather than address matters […]

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The PM is Right – Snowden Revelations Highlight Issue of Credibility

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MIL Analysis+Reportage – EveningReport.NZ Prime Minister John Key in Seoul. Editorial by Selwyn Manning. THE PRIME MINISTER HAS once again decided to attack the messenger rather than address matters of national interest, after the New Zealand Herald revealed the Government’s GCSB surveillance agency targeted emails of Trade Minister Tim Groser’s opponents while he campaigned for […]

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NewsRoom Digest: Top NZ News Items for March 25, 2015

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MIL Analysis+Reportage – EveningReport.NZ This edition of NewsRoom_Digest contains eight media release snippets and four links of the day from Wednesday 25 March. Top stories in this news cycle currently include the Black Caps’ win against South Africa in the cricket World Cup semi-final last night and this afternoon’s final round of ticket sales to […]

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Now seeking applications for a new trust board member

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MIL OSI – Source: Show Me Shorts Film Festival – Press Release/Statement Headline: Now seeking applications for a new trust board member Original image by Simon_sees   Show Me Shorts Film Festival Trust seeks to appoint one new Trust Board member to join our small but dedicated team of people who are passionate about film […]

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Targeted fund to support collaborative arts projects between New Zealand and Asia – call for proposals

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MIL OSI – Source: Creative New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Targeted fund to support collaborative arts projects between New Zealand and Asia – call for proposals Little Dog Barking’s production of Guji Guji. Image courtesy of Capital E. Photographer: Stephen A’Court. Creative New Zealand is calling for proposals for collaborative arts projects between New […]

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All Welcome at Disability Fun Run Event

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Source: Geneva Healthcare – Headline: All Welcome at Disability Fun Run Event In just a matter of days one of the biggest and most exciting days of celebration and achievement in Auckland’s disability calendar will be underway for its fifth consecutive year. The annual ‘Cruise the Bays’ event takes place at Mission Bay tomorrow, Thursday […]

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Three New Zealand arts marketers talk ‘mobile’ – Wednesday 24 March

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MIL OSI – Source: Creative New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Three New Zealand arts marketers talk ‘mobile’ – Wednesday 24 March The first of our Optimise Conversation Starters: three New Zealand arts marketers talk ‘mobile’ Don’t forget to visit Creative New Zealand’s YouTube channel on Wednesday 25 March 2015, from 10.30 to 10.50 a.m. to view our first Conversation […]

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Placements for 2015 Pasifika interns announced

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MIL OSI – Source: Creative New Zealand – Press Release/Statement Headline: Placements for 2015 Pasifika interns announced Placements for the recipients of 2015’s Pasifika internships have been confirmed. The internships help potential pacific arts managers and leaders to build their arts management skills, are funded by Creative New Zealand, and delivered by Tautai Contemporary Pacific […]

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Wear It If You Dare: miadidas f50 Haters

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MIL OSI – Source: Adidas – Release/Statement Headline: Wear It If You Dare: miadidas f50 Haters The best players in the world stimulate the most envy. Great performances on the pitch lead to jealousy and hatred off it – and Gareth Bale is ready to take on his “haters” this weekend in his exclusive new […]

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A world undone: Works from the Chartwell Collection

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MIL OSI – Source: Auckland Art Gallery – Press Release/Statement Headline: A world undone: Works from the Chartwell Collection A world undone displays a sample of recent acquisitions of the Chartwell Trust, whose important collection of contemporary New Zealand and international art has been under the guardianship of Auckland Art Gallery since 1997. With sculpture, […]

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Age of Turmoil: Art in Germany 1900–1923

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MIL OSI – Source: Auckland Art Gallery – Press Release/Statement Headline: Age of Turmoil: Art in Germany 1900–1923 Political change, rapid industrialisation and growing military strength combined to make Germany a leading international power by 1900. Yet the newly forged German state (federated in 1871) remained a contested structure which failed to reflect dramatic shifts […]

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