Justice Headlines

China names four corruption suspects in Auckland

Article – BusinessDesk

April 28 (BusinessDesk) – Four of 22 corruption suspects who have fled China are in Auckland according to a list published by Chinese authorities and while New Zealand is not currently proceeding with new extradition treaties it could look at a possible … Read more »

Statement from Jordan Williams

Press Release – Jordan Williams

Lawyers for Jordan Williams are appealing the judgment setting aside last years jury verdict in the Williams v Craig defamation proceedings. Read more »

LanzaTech narrows annual loss in 2016

Article – BusinessDesk

April 28 (BusinessDesk) – LanzaTech New Zealand, the New Zealand-founded carbon recycling company, reported a slightly narrower annual loss and while the directors signalled a number of risks they concluded it has sufficient funds to continue operating for … Read more »

Pacific Youth MPs present their Act

Press Release – Pacific Youth Parliament

One hundred young Pasifika people have presented an Act outlining legislation they believe will enhance Pacific Peoples development, in a strong push to be heard in election year. The Act, titled Pacific Youth Parliament (Our Movement) Act 2017 is … Read more »

Rental housing in poor shape

Press Release – Science Media Centre

Rental housing is older, colder, damper and twice as likely to be poorly maintained as owner-occupied homes, says a new BRANZ report. Read more »

Community shows its support following Invercargill shooting

Press Release – New Zealand Police

A private funeral service for Verity McLean will be held in Invercargill next week. Read more »

Meeting to discuss plight of people on work and student visa

Press Release – Unite Union

The government changes to the immigration rules are creating a great deal of misery for many workers and students in this country from overseas who have come under different rules and have had their hopes and dreams for the future dashed. Read more »

Online Learning Reduces Student Pass Rates

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

The Correspondence Schools decision to move all their courses online puts the education of too many students at risk, says New Zealand First. Read more »

Gordon Campbell on the Kim regime

Column – Gordon Campbell

S upposedly, weve been on the verge of thermonuclear war for the past fortnight. In the circumstances, it would be nice to know (a) what the guy in Pyongyang is thinking about all this and (b) what an achievable strategy goal for the US might look like. … Read more »

Draft Employment Bill released for public consultation

Press Release – Simpson Grierson

On 20 April 2017, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) released a copy of the draft Employment (Pay Equity and Equal Pay) Bill (Bill) for public consultation. Read more »

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