Justice Headlines

Letter to Ministers on behalf of Afghanistan villagers

Press Release – McLeod and Associates

Letter sent to the relevant Ministers and media today on behalf of the villagers of Khak Khuday Dad and Naik in Baghlan Province, Afghanistan. Read more »

Collins’ Comments: 28 March 2017

Column – Judith Collins

With the recent flooding in Franklin, Hunua, Hauraki District, and Thames-Coromandel District, it is good that Inland Revenue has announced it will exercise its discretion on income equalising. Read more »

Waimate Police disrupt cannabis growing operation

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Waimate Police executed a drug search warrant at a house in Glenavy on Monday 27 March 2017. Read more »

Counties Manukau Police arrest 3 men

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Police have arrested and charged three men in relation to the aggravated robbery of an Otahuhu liquor store last Wednesday. Read more »

Gordon Campbell on the Labour/Greens Deal

Column – Gordon Campbell

I f Labour and the Greens were hoping their Budget Responsibility Rules (BRR) agreement would foster an unlikely alliance then hey mission accomplished! Because it isnt every day that Sue Bradford, the CTU and Matthew Hooton speak with one voice, as … Read more »

Palm oil campaigners’ support grows ahead of labelling vote

Press Release – Joint Press Release

Health professionals have joined Unmask Palm Oil and New Zealand and Australian zoos in the call for mandatory labelling of vegetable oils ahead of a ministerial vote in Australia next month. Read more »

Free Press:ACT’s regular bulletin

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

David Seymour spoke at ACTs Lower North Island conference in Palmerston North this weekend. His message? Intergenerational politics is not about proving one generation is more thrifty/hard done by/has a better work ethic than the other, but a question … Read more »

Thoughts invited on extending anti-money laundering regime

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

You have until 20 April 2017 to have your say on extending New Zealands anti-money laundering regime. The Law and Order Committee is inviting submissions on the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Amendment Bill. Read more »

Winston Supports Conservatives!

Press Release – Conservative Party

The Conservative Party wishes to congratulate Winston Peters for finally agreeing to honour the wishes of New Zealanders. Whilst the majority of New Zealand First MPs voted for the anti-smacking legislation, totally ignoring Parents concerns, … Read more »

Submissions open on Employment Relations Amendment Bill

Press Release – Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

The bill proposes to amend the Employment Relations Act 2000 to allow employees with an annual gross salary over $150,000 to contract out of the personal grievance provisions. Read more »

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