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OVERSEAS INVESTMENT SAYS RUPERT MURDOCH OF GOOD CHARACTER

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OVERSEAS INVESTMENT SAYS RUPERT MURDOCH OF GOOD CHARACTER

Forest reserves is vital to forest peace but missing from 'Interim Agreement'

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Conservation groups active in the markets and on the ground in Tasmania
are concerned that forest peace talks have so far failed to agree on
the size and location of new reserves to protect Tasmania’s high
conservation value forests, while logging continues in forests whose
protection is under negotiation. They are urging delivery of

BK Workers and their union take company to court

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Low paid workers organised in Unite Union are suing Burger King New Zealand for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Unite National Director Mike Treen says that the fast food giant is "carrying out an anti-union campaign to cover up the worst examples of exploitation of vulnerable young and migrant workers that exist at a major employer in this country."

Thousands of $$ raised for Taame and Rangi

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An art auction last night raised thousands of dollars for the legal fees in the appeal of Taame Iti and Rangi Kemara in Auckland last night. A painting by well-known artist Shane Cotton sold for $10,400!

Popular NZ artist Tame Iti releases artwork from Waikeria Prison

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Not one to serve his time idly, as well as teaching te reo Maori to other inmates, Tame Iti has been busy putting brush to canvas in response to his recent incarceration. The result is a brand new work entitled “Te Whai A Te Motu” which will be displayed in the Artists' Fundraiser Auction taking place in Auckland on August 14th.

TPPWatch Bulletin #14 - 29 July 2012

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TPPWatch Action Bulletin #14 – 29 July 2012

TPPA Circus – Next stop Leesburg in September

Time to put the boot into insurance companies

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The Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa (CAFCA) congratulates Gerry Brownlee for “losing patience” with the insurance companies who are restricting Christchurch’s earthquake recovery

List of Police Operations Related to Protest Activity

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Recently I used the Official Information Act to ask the police for the names of all police operations in the last 12 months which r

Crown case over deep sea oil opposition kicked out — Te Whanau a Apanui relieved and want answers

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Tauranga, Thursday 26 July 2012: Te Whanau a Apanui are relieved after a Judge threw out charges today against iwi member Elvis Teddy who skippered the tribe’s fishing boat to send a message to Petrobras’ oil survey ship that they were not welcome in their customary waters.

Free The Moko - Artists and Musicians Collaborate To Support Families of Tame Iti & Rangi Kemara

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Established conscious artists and musicians from Aotearoa/NZ and the world have joined together to speak out against injustice and show their support for the families o