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Intelligence review - a rubberstamp

The appointment of Michael Cullen and Patsy Reddy to review NZ's security agencies ensures that the review will be a rubberstamp for the government's mass surveillance and participation in the US's endless 'war on terrorism.'

March

NZ troops out of Iraq!

March against the war.

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Hungerstrike ended - now lets end mandatory and indefinite detention

Saeed Hassanloo, an Iranian refugee on hunger strike for more than 40 days, has ended his strike and accepted medical care. However, he will continue to be held in indefinite detention in Australia. The policy of indefinite detention must stop.

Save_saeed

Hunger strike refugee near death in Australia

In Australia another asylum seeker is about to die in custody, this time by hunger strike. Saeed Hassanloo, who has been on hunger strike for more than 40 days, is near death. He has been refusing water for nearly a week. This is murder.

Immigration & Borders
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Doing the NATO Karaoke

Life for satirists just got a lot harder. When NATO foreign ministers join in a mass karaoke, it is hard to imagine how to top that.

Ecology & Environment
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GE or not GE? Environment Court win- a victory for democracy

It is now confirmed that regional councils have the right to make planning decisions about the outdoor use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in their regions. There is jurisdiction under the Resource Management Act for regional councils

Events
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Digital Power & Social Control: Public meeting

The State and corporations have ever-increasing data about us, while we know less and less about what they are doing.

Events
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NZCTU deliver asbestos petition

Following discover of asbestos in Kiwirail cars and in Christchurch homes.

Newswire

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