Mending New Zealand (Official Trailer) – thisquality ORIGINALS

Mending New Zealand (Official Trailer) – thisquality ORIGINALS

A thisquality ORIGINALS featuring Trapper Lefur Dan documenting the buildup of days before New Zealand's biggest anti-1080 protest that happened at Wellington's Beehive on September 8, 2018.   Releasing on April 20, 2021  – for more visit: https://thisquality.com/mendingnz/ Image: SUPPLIED

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‘two years and still no Medicinal Cannabis’ – Dr Shane Reti

‘two years and still no Medicinal Cannabis’ – Dr Shane Reti

National's Dr Shane Reti says a Member's Bill would make the medicinal cannabis scheme for the country more affordable and more accessible. “National first announced this legislation in 2018 and encouraged the Government to pick up the enormous amount of work we had done to ensure New Zealand in need...

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Six Horse deaths on track this year: Activists to target Auckland Cup Day

Six Horse deaths on track this year: Activists to target Auckland Cup Day

This year six horses have already been killed on New Zealand racetracks. It is time for activists to strike and put an end to it. Many thousands of horses suffer from systemic animal abuse every year following racing, and activists are planning to target Auckland's Cup Day in response. People...

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Car on fire causes northbound lane on State Highway 1 to close, Wellington

Car on fire causes northbound lane on State Highway 1 to close, Wellington

Emergency services rushed to the scene of a car on fire near Johnsonville, between the on and off-ramp this morning. The lane was closed to northbound traffic while the scene was getting cleared. No one was reported to be injured from the incident. Motorists were told to drive carefully as...

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Media industry needs ‘education action’ to grow Creative Economy for recovery

Media industry needs ‘education action’ to grow Creative Economy for recovery

An urgent call for action to transform New Zealand's creative sector into an economic engine will help with recovery following COVID-19 implications on the economy. UP Education Group CEO Mark Rushworth says that unleashing the creative economy can give insights for industry leaders working within the creative sector to improve...

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Royal New Zealand College GPs happy with Vaccine rollout plan, keen to see ‘how’

Royal New Zealand College GPs happy with Vaccine rollout plan, keen to see ‘how’

The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) is pleased to hear of the vaccine rollout plan that was announced yesterday. Getting the country's GPs and general practice staff vaccinated will be of soon-in-detailed logistics to vaccinate the wider health sector. “For over a year our GP members have...

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‘No Food, no People’ – International Year of Fruits and Vegetables

‘No Food, no People’ – International Year of Fruits and Vegetables

Food is important, and without it, people would not have access to fresh and healthy fruit and vegetables. A launch of the annual International Fruits and Vegetables was a highlight being shown at Parliament on  Wednesday night. “Access to fresh fruit and vegetable growers is essential for healthy people. What...

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MOTAT to bring happiness back to Auckland

MOTAT to bring happiness back to Auckland

MOTAT (Museum of Transport and Technology) has announced that after a tough start to the year, they will be ‘pulling out all the stops' to make this year's International Day of Happiness, one that will be remembered. The Big Day of Happy will be hosted on March 20 from 10...

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