On Thursday 18 September Australia's supposed largest counter-terrorism raid took place, it was the same week as Australian troops left for the 'Middle East' and is just days before new anti-terrorism legislation will be debated in parliament.
OASIS reports on 'Operation Speargun', Project Cortex and the NZ Intelligence Community.
Ten New Zealand health organisations have released a joint ‘Call to Action on Climate Change and Health’ today.
Wellington musicians are banding together to support artistic freedom. This concert, Off Key, protests the New Zealand Electoral Commission’s view that satirical song and video Planet Key is an “election programme” and an “election advertisement”.
It's beyond belief that Washington has again plunged into the swamp of the Sunni-Shia mess in Iraq.
It was all horribly depressing on Sunday. It seemed that everything was decked in National Blue. Even the fucking sky over Wellington was blue.
The 12th to the 16th of November will see Brisbane playing host to the G20 Summit.
Statoil, the Norwegian oil company is about to begin the first stage of its fifteen year work programme to explore for oil in the deep and dangerous waters off the west coast of Northland.
Statement of Akbayan Chairperson Risa Hontiveros on the 42nd year commemoration of the declaration of Martial Law
... makes me a relentless soldier for the Persecuted?
A discussion of the post-election prospects for radicals, facilitated by Fightback.
The Asian Socialism Conference will be held in Manila from November 28 to 29, 2014.
A public rally is being held in Cuba Mall on October 18th from 1pm with speakers, rappers and an open microphone to share perspectives and kōrero on police brutality and the over-populating and privatisation of prisons.
facts about low paid workers voting incentives
All parties in New Zealand election refuse to see the dinosaur in the room
Mexico is unique. Before the Conquista there was Aztec domination. Religion, not Conquerors, caused destruction of empire. Spaniards at once (circa 1510) started mingling their blood with the natives. Herein past and present at Pacific coast village
A response to “Ten reasons why you should cast a vote”
with guest speakers Mānuka Hēnare and Mitzi Nairn
Abrupt climate change is under way. Earth has warmed only 0.85 C since the Industrial Revolution began, but considerable evidence points toward increasingly rapid warming in the near future. A public lecture by Professor Emeritus Guy McPherson
Social justice is vitally important in Christchurch as it is rebuilding and redeveloping; it is equally important in all of our communities. It does not happen by accident but is the result of deliberate and inclusive decision-making.
The donors who attend the upcoming Cairo conference will probably make the same pledges they made at the two previous conferences and then once again fail to fulfil them.
Brunei is under fire for its anti-gay, anti-women legislation facing boycott around the world but its business is still very welcome in New Zealand
the relative worth of parliament votes