Expect resistance: An update on the deep sea oil campaign + summer plans

As we gear up for another Summer of resistance to deep sea oil, come along for an informal evening to hear where the campaign is at, what companies hold which permits and what stages they're at, and what's being planned to oppose them.


Key & NZ Police at G20: what a contribution

While 200 New Zealand police officers are repressing protests outside of the G20 in Brisbane this week, John Key has been inside pushing the interests of giant multinational corporations to fast track the WTO and eliminate “barriers to competition.”


Treaty Signatories Did Not Cede Sovereignty in February 1840 – Tribunal

The rangatira who signed te Tiriti o Waitangi in February 1840 did not cede sovereignty to the British Crown, the Waitangi Tribunal has concluded.


Pike River - the final cover-up?

Mine bosses hope they've got away with it

State Repression

The Security State: We should not be surprised, but we should be worried

On the very day that the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security released her report

State Repression

New Zealand solidarity with French activist Remi Fraisse and against police murder

This morning the front doors of the French Embassy in Wellington have been covered with a message to the French government.


Left Over?

The Freedom Shop Collective invites you to a discussion of grassroots strategy, organisation and issues for the left in the wake of the continuing failure of electoral politics.

State Repression

SIS Law Changes: 'Remember, remember – terror, terror, terror'

Is it deliberate or ironic that John Key's 'security threat' talk was on Guy Fawkes Day? As children in some parts of the world sing 'Remember remember the 5th of November: gunpowder, treason and plot', Key's mantra has been 'terror, terror, terror'.


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Upcoming Events

Occupation 101: Palestine film screening

Wellington, Tomorrow, 7pm

Expect resistance: An update on the deep sea oil campaign + summer plans

Wellington, 6pm, this Tuesday

Heads in the Sand: Our Govt. Response to Climate Change!

Wellington, 11:30am, Sunday 7th December

Space, Race, Bodies: Geocorpographies of the City, Nation and Empire

Dunedin, 9am, Monday 8th December

No More School: The Case Against Compulsory Schooling

Auckland, 6:30pm, Wednesday 10th December

Public Meeting: Wireless Dangers: What you're not being told

Auckland, 6:30pm, Wednesday 17th December

WW1 - alternative viewpoints

Wellingon, 12am, 2nd April 2015

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