Jacinda Ardern has said that she’s skeptical about the efficiency of apps but it doesn’t mean that the government will not be introducing either contact or tracing apps or both. She has said they are still working on them.
Desperate to stop the spread of COVID-19 & to get the economy going again, the NZ government plans to introduce COVID apps. OASIS has put together an overview of some of the contact tracing and tracking apps that have come to light in the media.
The 1st of May is the International Day of the Worker, with its origins in the struggle to win workers the 8-hour day in the USA in 1886.
RIMPAC is the world’s largest, US-led naval military exercise. Normally held in May, this year the US has pushed it out to August. The New Zealand government needs to withdraw its participation and support of RIMPAC this year and every year.
Coming out of the Covid-19 lockdown, people across the country want to build a better society
Kia ora whānau, we're now at Alert Level 2! You can find the most up-to-date information at Unite Against COVID-19 (https://covid19.govt.nz/). Stay safe!
Cops have started routine patrols armed with assault rifles in Manukau, Waikato, and Christchurch. Right now, SUVs full of automatic weapons are cruising around our neighbourhoods, looking for a fight.
Hundreds of the world’s top climate experts have collectively stated that we need unprecedented societal change within the next ten years in order to avoid catastrophic climate change.
For the first time in Australia’s history, a company has bankrupted an Aboriginal leader for standing up for the inalienable rights of First Nations people to our law, our country and our culture.
Letter to Dom Post on use/misuse of the word 'populist'.
The future of clean energy in Australia is bright. We now generate more power from solar panels on our rooftops than even the biggest of our polluting coal-fired power stations.
Ghillar, Michael Anderson explains how his recent travels through the Goldfields, Pilbara and the Kimberley of Western Australia have brought home to him the stark reality and high cost of John Howard’s intent behind the Ten Point Plan.
Aboriginal communities sue Australian government over 'racially discriminatory' work-for-the-dole scheme
Nine remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia are suing the Federal Government in a landmark action over its controversial remote work-for-the-dole scheme which they argue is racially discriminatory.
Adani has started clearing precious bushland for their catastrophic coal mine in central Queensland. Two #BlockadeAdani champions stopped clearing all day today, keeping 17 machines immobilised. They need help, in arrestable and non-arrestable roles.
In Australia in the 60s visiting friends could often mean a drive of one hundred miles, staying for the weekend. Properties with huge grounds; the bush; barbecues. Workers against Vietnam war, dockers' strikes. But what more could have been done?
"Our greatest fear is not whether we negotiate a Treaty, but the forcing through of the Recognition campaign for inclusion in the colonial Constitution. We are Sovereign peoples, NOT Australians. Let them never forget that this is the case."
Dear friends, With the beginning of June, we send you our Newsletter #12.
Thousands occupy coal mine and rail tracks in Germany in climate change protest
Kurdish journalist, author and refugee Behrouz Boochani will be speaking via video link from Manus Island on the concept of "Manus Prison Theory", addressing how these islands are part of Australia’s identity.
Like all main street media, FACEBOOK is controlled by fbi assassins, and blocks me from publishing for the fourth time. Now FACEBOOK / fbi book also disables my account. My reports:https://ttu.academia.edu/geralsosbee
From the Australian Conservation Foundation, an update on the campaign to protect our planet from Adani’s coal mine. A lot happened last week – some good things, some bad. We’ll start with the good.
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