Archive for September, 2017

Grond Campbell: PPPs are Steven Joyce’s new imaginary friend

Column – Gordon Campbell

L ike the kid in that Bruce Willis movie who could see dead people, Finance Minister Steven Joyce can see stuff (like holes in Labour budgets) that no-one else can see. So maybe it shouldnt be all that surprising that Joyce can also see efficiencies … Read more »

No clear winner in NZ election

Press Release – Socialist Equality Group

The New Zealand election on Saturday delivered an inconclusive result, with neither the incumbent National Party nor the main opposition Labour Party in a clear position to form a government. The outcome is likely be decided by whichever is able to strike … Read more »

Tertiary education not required

Press Release – ASB Bank

More than 100 companies have signed an open letter declaring tertiary qualifications are not required for a range of roles within their workplaces. Read more »

Fonterra CEO’s Outrageous $8.31M Pay Year

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First says the huge $8.31 million pay year for Fonterras Theo Spierings is exactly why New Zealand needs say-on-pay laws. Read more »

Ara tutor writes the textbook on global disability theatre

Press Release – Ara Institute

Thirteen years of working with intellectually disabled actors, a six-year PhD into disability in theatre and becoming part of a global network of leading academics and differently-abled theatre companies has recently led to a book contract for Ara … Read more »

CMOs with an Agile Approach to Marketing Launched

Press Release – Airdocs NZ

AUCKLAND and SYDNEY September 26th, 2017 – ( ) Cloud-based customer communications solution, AIRDOCS, is pleased to announce the opening of AIRDOCS New Zealand, with offices in Auckland to service private and public organisations in … Read more »

Highlighting LARCs On World Contraception Day

Press Release – Family Planning NZ

Long-acting reversible contraceptives or LARCs are quietly revolutionising the way people manage their fertility. Unfortunately not everyone can afford them. Read more »

‘Sanctuary’ – Sonically & Visually Exploring Mental Health

Press Release – Massey University

Commercial Music Students are proud to present Sanctuary; a performance taking place during Mental Health Awareness Week , featuring original music and light projections , to encourage discussion, open-mindedness and awareness around Mental … Read more »

Getting Manly

Press Release – Volunteering Canterbury

Getting Manly Most community organisations are unconsciously geared toward catering for women volunteers, says Volunteering Canterburys Outreach and Marketing Manager, Glenda Martin, and with that comes the risk of alienating a whole heap of … Read more »

Ladies Mile discussion to be undertaken at October meeting

Press Release – Queenstown Lakes District Council

In August the Queenstown Lakes District Council discussed the proposal to amend QLDCs Lead Policy to incorporate the Ladies Mile Area. Read more »

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