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K Rd Occupied by Street Party

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Doug Weatherall captured these images of Saturday's "Reclaim the Streets" style street party in Karangahape Rd, Tamaki Makaurau.

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"A revolution without dancing is a revolution not worth having" - Emma Goldman

Aotearoa Is Not for Sale Wellington congratulates Australian High Commissioner

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New Zealand sovereignty campaigners will wear Melbourne Cup hats, complete with
bobbing corks, to congratulate Australia on its Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement
(TPPA) stance.

Aotearoa Is Not For Sale Wellington will gather at the Australian High Commission
gates from 4.00pm to 5.00pm on Melbourne Cup day, 6 November.

Wellington Time Bank Newsletter

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Coal Action Network Aotearoa Newsletter October 2012

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RIO TINTO, TELL THE TRUTH

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The World Price For Aluminium Is Already Included In Your New Power Contract With Meridian

Public Health Forum - Primary Health Services are losing funding and communities are paying the price

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Kia ora

My name is Debbie Leyland and I am the Chairperson of Untied Community Action Network

Urewera appeal fails

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The Court of appeal has rejected the appeal on both convictions and sentences for Urs, Taame, Rangi and Emily.

MSD Debacle: Free Code for Government IT

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Danyl Strype of Disintermedia.net.nz comments on the recent exposure by Keith Ng of Public Address (after a tip-off from Ira Bailey) of the complete lack of network security in the Ministry of Social Development (MSD), and the implicati

Police Brutality at Glen Innes Housing Protests Escalating

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Protestors have laid complaints with the Independent Police Conduct Authority following the escalation of police brutality towards those protesting against the removal of state houses in Glen Innes.

Taranaki: Radioactive waste to sit on farms for billions of years?

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'Climate Justice Taranaki say the regional council have known about radioactivity concerns associated with the drilling industry since at least 1997 and that their response to questions around radioactivity concerns is not good enough.