Justice Headlines

Referendum options clouded by unsubstantiated information

Press Release – YES Whangarei

Spreading incorrect information during a binding public referendum might not be illegal, but it’s certainly not helpful to the democratic process, say supporters of Whangarei proposed Hundertwasser Wairau Maori Art Centre (HWMAC). Read more »

In-house Lawyer award winners announced

Press Release – New Zealand Law Society

The four winners of the CLANZ annual awards for in-house lawyers have been announced. Read more »

ACT’s new regular bulletin

Column – ACT New Zealand

We Rate the Budget Speeches Free Press observed the Budget Speeches live. The media underreported the Governments momentum and the oppositions flat-footedness. It was one-way traffic as the opposition sat dumbfounded at National stealing their … Read more »

AgriPeople are your rural recruitment and People Management

Press Release – Media PA

Working with agricultural employers and employees, AgriPeople focus on creating lasting relationships by using practical tools and applying a practical approach. Read more »

Code of Responsible Borrowing and need of financial literacy

Press Release – NZ Federation of Family Budgeting Services

The Federation of Family Budgeting Services has today launched a Code of Responsible Borrowing, which encourages people to understand their financial situation before making a decision to borrow money. Read more »

Claims That NZ is Good for Sex Workers ‘Laughable’

Press Release – Family First

Family First NZ says that claims by the Prostitutes Collective that New Zealand is the best place on earth to be a prostitute are laughable and from fantasyland. Even the architect of the bill to decriminalise prostitution has admitted … Read more »

KiwiSaver providing poor value for money, Treasury says

Article – BusinessDesk

May 25 (BusinessDesk) – The Treasury recommended a wider review of the KiwiSaver scheme than just axing the $1,000 kick-start payment, arguing it represents poor value for money for the government and has vague aims, according to its regulatory … Read more »

Lisa Owen interviews Northland GP Lance O’Sullivan

Press Release – The Nation

2014 New Zealander of the Years say Nationals benefit increases are a step in the right direction, but calls on Government to do more Backs Governments move to require beneficiaries to start working when their child turns three; thats … Read more »

How many victims missing out on protection?

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

23 May 2015 MEDIA STATEMENT How many victims missing out on protection? Hundreds of domestic abuse victims could be missing out on getting protection orders because they are unable to get legal aid, Labours Justice spokesperson Jacinda Ardern … Read more »

Government kicks hardworking whanau

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

Government kicks hardworking whanau A major incentive to help young Kiwis and people on low incomes to start saving has been kicked out from under them with the National-led Government ramming through short-sighted legislation under Urgency today, Labours … Read more »

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