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Cosgrove: Judith Collins Out Of Her Depth, Saying Nothing Yesterday, Blaming Someone Else Today

Cosgrove: Judith Collins Out Of Her Depth, Saying Nothing Yesterday, Blaming Someone Else Today

23 January 2009 - The failure of Police and Corrections Minister Judith Collins to take any decisive action over six prisoner escapes in a week provides no reassurance for the families of victims and suggests she is already floundering in her portfolios, says Labour law and order spokesperson Cla

Greens: NZ Govt And Fonterra Should Speak Out Against Death Sentences In China

Greens: NZ Govt And Fonterra Should Speak Out Against Death Sentences In China

23 January 2009 - The Government and Fonterra should speak out strongly against the death sentences imposed on two Chinese men for their role in contaminating milk, says Green MP Keith Locke.

Groser: Submissions Called For On Possible FTA With Korea

Groser: Submissions Called For On Possible FTA With Korea

23 January 2009 - The Government is inviting submissions on the potential for entering into a free trade agreement (FTA) negotiation with the Republic of Korea, Trade Minister Tim Groser said today.

The Death Of Incompetence. Thank You, Barack Obama

The Death Of Incompetence. Thank You, Barack Obama

That's it. It's all over. No more laughs. Bush's eight years of incompetent presidency offered so much entertainment and hilarious gaffs but now it's all over. Barack Obama is too competent, too serious and is too smart to laugh at. Serious street, here we come.

Fono Dismisses Ma'asina Forum Accusations

Fono Dismisses Ma'asina Forum Accusations

21 January 2009 - Deputy Prime Minister Fred Fono (MP) today dismisses claims by the Malaita Ma'asina Forum - accusing the present government of displaying a "lukewarm" attitude towards major development projects on Malaita Province.

Inauguration Fever

Inauguration Fever

The world celebrated as Obama took office today. It was possibly the biggest event in international media history with Akamai and Mogulus who power many sites including CNN, C-SPAN and USA Today reporting record breaking traffic.

A New Dawn Or False Hope?

A New Dawn Or False Hope?

Barack Obama’s inaugural address had a sombre feel to it. Despite the incredible fanfare of his inauguration, Obama knows the mammoth task he faces to “rebuild America.” Can he live up to the hope of being the saviour?

Collins: Minister Welcomes New Crime Reporting Line

Collins: Minister Welcomes New Crime Reporting Line

Police Minister Judith Collins has welcomed today's launch of a Crime Reporting Line (CRL) in Counties-Manukau as an important step in streamlining police responses to crime.

Tolley: Commissioner Appointed To Selwyn College

Tolley: Commissioner Appointed To Selwyn College

Education Minister Anne Tolley today announced that she has dissolved the board of trustees of Selwyn College and has directed the Secretary of Education to appoint a Commissioner to replace the board.

Anderton: European Union Protectionism To Be Deplored

Anderton: European Union Protectionism To Be Deplored

The European Union's moves to re-introduce dairy export subsidies make it even more necessary to successfully complete the Doha world trade round, Opposition agriculture spokesman Jim Anderton said today.