Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern receives Covid-19 Vaccination

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern receives Covid-19 Vaccination

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern received her Pfizer Covid-19 vaccination in a motive to show leadership for one of the most extensive rollout campaigns that the country has ever done before. It was not only the PM that was vaccinated, joined by Chief Science Advisor Dr Juliet Gerrard getting...

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Synlait fires racist Lee Williams for damaging company image in Public Domain

Synlait fires racist Lee Williams for damaging company image in Public Domain

Milk company Synlait has fired Racist Lee Williams after a widespread campaign pushed for him to be sacked for posting white supremacist and racist content to his YouTube channel, Cross The Rubicon, which has over 15,700 subscribers. The sacking of Mr Williams follows a petition that was set up calling...

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National calls for Labour Government to open consultation on Car Tax

National calls for Labour Government to open consultation on Car Tax

National’s Leader Judith Collins has called for the Labour Government to reopen public consultation on its car tax. According to Leader Judith Collins, the call is to allow the people of New Zealand to have their say. It follows the Ministry of Transport carrying our consultation on the Government’s ‘feebate’...

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Thousands of Animals continue to suffer as live exports carry on

Thousands of Animals continue to suffer as live exports carry on

As part of Ban Live Exports International Awareness Day, Governments are pressured to end live export trade around the world by concerned activists. New Zealand will be putting an end to livestock exports by sea, but there has yet to be a date announced in which the operations would come...

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Racist Lee Williams cancelled, wants to join politics to ‘stop it from the inside’ following Facebook ban

Racist Lee Williams cancelled, wants to join politics to ‘stop it from the inside’ following Facebook ban

Racist Lee Williams is at it again after a long-hauled two week YouTube suspension on May 27 in the midst of spreading hateful or racist content to his personal Facebook page about Māori people, culture and heritage. Mr Williams is an immigrant to New Zealand from the United Kingdom and...

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern commemorates Queen’s Birthday Honours

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern commemorates Queen’s Birthday Honours

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern commemorated the Queen’s Birthday Honours Recipients on Monday. Her congratulations recognise New Zealanders for their contributions and commitments given to communities and the country as part of a duty of service. From services done to going above and beyond in benefiting all of us as one,...

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The big historical Lake Horowhenua cleanup – video

The big historical Lake Horowhenua cleanup – video

Ōtaki MP Terisa Ngobi announced the big cleanup of Lake Horowhenua in hopes to restore it for future generations. An agreement was made to buy 142hA of farm land that will be converted into a wetland and primordial vegetation area to improve the water quality levels of the lake. Advocacy...

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APEC 2021: Damien O’Connor to push for better access to Covid-19 Vaccines

APEC 2021: Damien O’Connor to push for better access to Covid-19 Vaccines

New Zealand’s Minister for Trade and Export Growth Damien O’Connor will be chairing this year’s Virtual APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade meeting on Saturday, 5 June. Throughout the duration of the meeting, a significant focus will be aimed at the vital role trade places in enabling access to Covid-19 Vaccines...

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Funding confirmed for Ōtaki to North of Levin Expressway

Funding confirmed for Ōtaki to North of Levin Expressway

On Thursday morning, the announcement was made by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Grant Robertson during the Electra Business Breakfast at Southward Car Museum that funding costing more than $817 million will be going ahead for the Ōtaki to North of Levin Expressway. The Expressway is part of a...

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ACT: Government reportedly ‘going soft on Crime’ in New Zealand

ACT: Government reportedly ‘going soft on Crime’ in New Zealand

ACT Party Justice spokesperson Nicole McKee says the current Government is ‘going soft on crime’ in New Zealand. Twelve iwi Community Panels known as Te Pae Oranga were part of a funding of $70m. On top of this, boasting has been claimed to be made about prison populations decreasing instead...

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