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.
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.
The public portion of today’s annual review of the GCSB and NZSIS was a stage managed public relations exercise in which it appears that the new (acting) Director of the GCSB lied to the Select Committee.
A rebuttal to Victoria University Professor Robert Ayson’s essay on the deployment of NZ troops to Iraq.
The State and corporations have ever-increasing data about us, while we know less and less about what they are doing.
Mumia Abu-Jamal, one of the most famous political prisoners, is facing imminent death inside the US gulag.
March against the war.
Following discover of asbestos in Kiwirail cars and in Christchurch homes.
In these reports the reader may discover exactly how the fbi engages in torture and murder with near complete anonymity and with total impunity.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank announced $1.1 billion in debt relief for Chad.
Malevolence can be the only possible motive for creating sonic booms over Gaza at the very time aid agencies, medics and other humanitarian aid workers are engaged in the monumental attempt to alleviate suffering in the blockaded territory.
How come Poland is a faithful US Satellite, having been 47 years a Soviet Satellite? My visits to Poland as from 1977. A comparison of conditions in town Pszczyna in 1988, 1993 and 2001. No doubt a poor country. Nowadays Wealth and Poverty co-exist.
As Nepal experiences aftershocks from Saturday's earthquake, it may find relief in the IMF's Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust, a fund that cancels the debt of poor countries in crisis.
A WOMEN’S group on Thursday criticized President Benigno Aquino III for comparing her mother, the late President Corazon Aquino, to Gabriela Silang, the first Filipino woman revolutionary leader.
GE FREE NZ supports Whangarei District Council (appellant), GE Free Northland, the Soil & Health Association Aotearoa NZ, Taitokerau mana whenua and other interested parties in an Environment Court case of national significance
The Soil & Health Association Aotearoa NZ, GE Free Northland, Northland District Councils, Taitokerau mana whenua and others are standing against an appeal lodged by Federated Farmers of NZ in an attempt to undermine precautionary GE provisions in
Letter to editor (Press and DomPost) in March about GCSB spying on our Island nations. It asks the question as to the public's priorities in light of their 'doublethink'.
Local Northland councils, mana whenua, GE Free Northland, the Soil & Health Association of Aotearoa NZ, local farmers and other ratepayers are standing together to protect the Northland new Regional Policy Statements precautionary GE provisions
A song for Anzac day 2015
War mongers Abbott and Key get a little hurryup
NZAF has produced viral video featuring sexually charged hazing of Mr Gay NZ 2015 Matt Fistonich. Author explores explicit NZAF marketing tactics which reinforce gay men body objectification culture and promote toxic message of Mr Gay world pegeant