Auditor-General John Ryan supports proposed Whistleblower laws

Auditor-General John Ryan supports proposed Whistleblower laws

A new bill was introduced to strengthen and protect whistleblowers which will replace The Protected Disclosures Act (Protection of Whistleblowers). The act is roughly 20 years old and is due for a review. Proposed changes will help address the corruption and secure integrity of the public sector. The Auditor-General, John...

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You can now go see Kangaroos, Australia reopens to NZ flights

You can now go see Kangaroos, Australia reopens to NZ flights

New Zealanders can now travel to Australia without quarantine following a suspension due to recent COVID-19 Community Cases in Northland and Auckland. Australian authorities lifted restrictions and flights resumed from 4 pm Sunday (NZT). Medical official Michael Kidd told the press in a conference on Sunday that the pause of...

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52 dogs rescued from China Meat Trade Markets

52 dogs rescued from China Meat Trade Markets

Fifty-two pups were saved from ending up in China's dog meat trade markets. Had the dogs not been saved, they would have ended up being killed for consumption in the Chinese meat market industry. The dogs arrived in the Big Apple to be homed with forever families after landing on...

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July 1996: Legitimate 1080 Biodegradation – video

July 1996: Legitimate 1080 Biodegradation – video

Accountability Investigator Mike ILES hyped up the release of legitimate 1080 biodegradation datasheets before they were handed over to the New Zealand Government. When the documents arrived at New Zealand shores, they were modified to suit a propaganda motive, that 1080 poison is ‘good' for the environment and does degrade...

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