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On the perils of using PPPs to meet Auckland’s roading needs

Article – Gordon Campbell

More than once, the coalition government has ruled out using public private partnerships (PPPs) to fund the countrys infrastructure needs in health and education apparently private profiteering in those areas is recognised as being undesirable. Not the same … Read more »

New CEO for Special Olympics New Zealand

Press Release – Special Olympics NZ

Newly appointed Special Olympics New Zealand CEO Carolyn Young has paid tribute to her predecessor Kathy Gibson. Read more »

6 months, 6 destructive policies

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

Today marks 6 months in office for the Ardern-Peters Government. It has relentlessly pursued ideas that sounded good on the hustings but which will end up hurting New Zealanders. Here are six of their worst policies. Closing charter schools ” … Read more »

Additional members for Digital Advisory Group

Press Release – New Zealand Government

The final seven members of the Digital Economy and Digital Inclusion (DEDI) Advisory Group have been announced. Read more »

Horowhenua schools thrive under collaborative approach

Press Release – Horowhenua District Council

Horowhenuas colleges are thriving, and their principals credit greater collaboration with making the difference. Read more »

Hong Kong Immigration delegation to visit

Press Release – Hong Kong Immigration

Hong Kong Immigration delegation to visit Australia and New Zealand to promote talent admission schemes Read more »

Closing the Gap Submission to Government Tax Working Group

Press Release – Closing The Gap

Who we are and why are we doing this: We are Income Equality Aotearoa New Zealand Inc Closing the Gap. We have some 3000 supporters from around the country. Read more »

NZ academic named among the world’s Top 40

Press Release – University of Canterbury

An award-winning University of Canterbury marketing lecturer is the first New Zealand academic to be named one of the worlds 2018 Best 40 Under 40 Professors . Read more »

Students’ Association against proposed changes to library

Press Release – Auckland University Students Association

Press Release Auckland University Students Association is against the proposed changes to libraries at the University of Auckland. Auckland University Students Association (AUSA) is deeply concerned by the University of Aucklands proposal … Read more »

Award in Global Citizenship Education winners announced

Press Release – NZ National Commission for UNESCO

Award in Global Citizenship Education winners announced The New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO today announced the winners of its inaugural Award in Global Citizenship Education (GCED). The recipients are: Patea Area School (Education Sector), … Read more »

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