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Standing In Solidarity With Tibetans In Tibet As China Issues Tighter Controls On Freedom

Standing In Solidarity With Tibetans In Tibet As China Issues Tighter Controls On Freedom

Friends of Tibet (NZ) and the Tibetan Community in New Zealand CALL ON Prime Minster John Key

TO TAKE ACTION ON TIBET ON THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE TIBETAN NATIONAL UPRISING DAY

Police Have Last Laugh On Fake Caller

Wellington, March 9 NZPA - A motorist who tried to divert police by reporting a fake accident after he was stopped for a traffic infringement has been fined $1350 and police hope his story will serve as a deterrent to others.

The Health Management Experience

The Health Management Experience

The move back to clinicians as managers in the health sector is a welcome development. However transitioning them into a management role is a critical move.

Women Will Continue To Fight For Pay Equity

"The government's axing of investigations aimed at closing pay gaps for women workers is a setback, but the battle to achieve pay equity for women will continue," says Public Service Association National Secretary Brenda Pilott.

Nicholas, Johnson Could Get Payout Over Police Snooping

Nicholas, Johnson Could Get Payout Over Police Snooping

Wellington, March 8 NZPA - High profile police sex abuse complainants Louise Nicholas and Donna Johnson could be in line for compensation after police misused their files.

Digi Releases Industry's Fastest Arm9 Based Wired And Wireless Embedded Core Module Family

Digi Releases Industry's Fastest Arm9 Based Wired And Wireless Embedded Core Module Family

7 March 2009 - New family ideal for devices with displays and multimedia requirements

Digi Simplifies Wireless Security In Embedded Products With New Net+OS 7.4

Digi Simplifies Wireless Security In Embedded Products With New Net+OS 7.4

7 March 2009 - Latest version of software platform features Wi-Fi Protected Setup(TM)

Controversial Electronic Bail Scheme To Get Govt Scrutiny

Controversial Electronic Bail Scheme To Get Govt Scrutiny

Wellington, March 7 NZPA - The controversial electronic bail scheme is to come under the government spotlight after a series of breaches.

Chelsea School Set To Become High Speed Race Track For The Day

Source: http://www.simdeck.com

SimDeck Formula Simulators is set to appear at the Chelsea School on Auckland’s North Shore to bring high speed racing in the schools annual School Fair.

Man Escapes Jail For Running Down Pet Ducks

Man Escapes Jail For Running Down Pet Ducks

Christchurch, March 6 NZPA - Pet ducks were deliberately run down by a man after a dispute over a rental property, Christchurch District Court was told today.

Jan Pander, a 20-year-old truck driver, admitted killing the birds by running them down in a paddock.