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Biopiracy threat as Multinational Giants Pitch GM to Maori Businesses

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Biopiracy threat as Multinational Giants Pitch GM to Maori Businesses

 

Labour History Project Newsletter 54

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New Mutiny out now!

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Greetings,

We're delighted to bring you Mutiny Zine for July/August (#66)! The zine is now available online at jura.org.au/mutiny and will be available shortly in hard copy to our subscribers and from Jura Books* and other locations.

New twist in Taranaki fracking debate

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The fracking debate in Taranaki has taken a new twist. The Taranaki Regional Council, the authority that grants resource consents to onshore drilling and fracking, is in the process of ignoring of three people who have been raising issues with the council in relation to environmental monitoring (or lack thereof).

Bail denied for Taame and Rangi - again!

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The Court of Appeal has denied a bail application by Taame Iti and Te Rangikaiwhiria Kemara this morning. The appeal for Taame, Rangi, Emily and Urs was heard in the Court of Appeal. The four are appealing against sentence and conviction. Taame and Rangi received a 2.5 year jail sentence that they are currently serving at Waikeria and Spring Hill prison.

Beyond Resistance: brainstorm of intent (2012)

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Police accused of corruption over investigation into director of Thompson & Clark Investigations Ltd

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26 August 2012

Police accused of corruption over investigation into director of Thompson & Clark Investigations Ltd

Peruvians fight same company that takes Coromandel gold

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Yesterday a state of emergency was extended for yet another month following the deaths of four people during protests against the multi-billion dollar Conga gold project in Cajamarca, located in northern Peru.

URGENT....DEVELOPING News: Detained violently the mapuche leader Jose Huenchunao Mariñán

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Chile, 24 agosto -2012 04.25 am

URGENT....DEVELOPING News: Detained violently the mapuche leader Jose Huenchunao Mariñán

It’s called the Class War

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New research from the Ministry of Social Development  shows the gap between rich and poor in New Zealand is at its widest ever.