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Democrats Twice As Likely to Die In Crashes: Was Paul Wellstone Murdered? - History Suggests It - Crash Inconsistencies
Suggest It - Many, Including Some Members of Congress, Believe It
Imagine you wake up from a coma and you learn that 11 months ago, an "Attack on America" destroyed some significant
buildings, killed 3,000 people and forced a war against terrorism. You switch on the news and see pictures of
Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, ...
Rush-hour traffic was treated to a striptease in Auckland today as the second of two new Elle Mapcherson Intimates
billboards were unveiled by a pair of Kiwifire dancers.
No One Is Safe From America's Killer President By John Kaminski email@example.com
Like most Wellingtonian emigrés, I’m only one or two steps up the evolutionary ladder from small town white trash.
Despite my snazzily-cut trousers from Mandatory and a daily trim soy latte, I, too, once drank Ribena out of plastic
mugs, danced to ...
The Board and Management of Air New Zealand have unanimously supported the entry by the airline into a major strategic
alliance with Qantas.
Ersatz competition under "tight regulation" will suit Qantas just fine, ACT New Zealand Associate Commerce Spokesman
Stephen Franks said today.
National vows to fight Qantas announcement - Australia has just achieved its biggest win over New Zealand. We have been
done over and it is a very dark day for travellers, exporters and tourism groups, National Party leader, Bill English,
said today in ...
A Scoop reader was talking to correspondent Maree Howard and said; "You've written a lot about natural justice and ACC
and although I am not on ACC, what is natural justice?" Maree is not a lawyer but Scoop thought the question was
Control: - 70% of ownership in NZ hands, independent NZ board, independent NZ management - Qantas has only two board
members - Air NZ sits on Qantas board
How Australia is being drawn into the global deregulation of services that has triggered a legal and ethical crisis in
the US. Australia Plays Accountants Anonymous By Alan Griffiths
Hold the Canapés, and Make Richard Prebble PM - Deborah Coddington Speech Delivered to ACT Waikato Regional Conference,
Sunday 24 November, 2002 - We hear a lot about Jim Anderton - usually from Jim Anderton, about his Jobs Machine. How
he's creating ...
Julz’s World: “Flying Elephants and Orange Caterpillars I’m a happy kiwi girl living in Genève who wants to meet a guy
who loves travelling, cinema, meals out, hiking and the mountains. (I’m a hopeless skier but I love sliding down
mountains on garbage ...
FACTS AT A GLANCE Air New Zealand Qantas Corporate Details Head office Auckland Sydney Primary Stock Exchange NZSE ASX
Secondary Stock Exchange ASX Chairman John Palmer Margaret Jackson Deputy Chairman Roger France Chief Executive Officer
Shining Our Light on the Shadow Forces: Open Letter to the Fledgling "Movement" By Bernard Weiner The Crisis Papers
The Americans are forcing even their friends into becoming their enemies. It is curious that the Americans, who
calculate so carefully on the possibilities of military victory, do not realize that in the process they are incurring
deep psychological and political ...
One law firm has told The Letter that three property deals fell over on Friday because of the latest U-turn on
immigration. The Auckland Chamber of Commerce estimates that the changes will have a $2 billion negative impact. The
requirement that immigrants ...
Green MP Nandor Tanczos is endorsing calls for a more sensible policy on cannabis by the co-author of a major medical
New Zealand stands to effectively lose control of yet another key asset with the announcement that Qantas will be
offered a strategic stake in Air New Zealand, Green Party Co-leader Rod Donald said today.
Cannabis law reformers say that research reported in the British Medical Journal - touting a causative link between
cannabis use and mental illness - is fatally flawed and "conspiratorial" in its lack of objectivity.
SYDNEY, 25 November 2002: Qantas Airways and Air New Zealand have agreed to enter into a wide-ranging strategic
Equal pay for equal work will be the next anti-growth roadblock to be put up by our supposedly pro-growth and
innovation-backing Government, says National’s Finance spokesman, Don Brash.
The government today received a proposal for Air New Zealand to enter a strategic alliance with Qantas under which
Qantas would take a minority stake in Air New Zealand.
United Future New Zealand leader, Peter Dunne, today described the proposed Air New Zealand/Qantas co-operative venture
as a black day for New Zealand aviation and the travelling public.
Gore Vidal is America's most controversial writer and a ferocious, often isolated, critic of the Bush administration.
Here, against a backdrop of spreading unease about America's response to the events of 11 September 2001 and their
aftermath, we publish ...
Libertarianz Employment Deregulation Spokesman Warwick Malone cautiously congratulated Don Brash today for the former
Reserve Bank Governor’s conclusions that so-called 'equal pay for equal work’ will be the next barrier to growth.
National’s promising to work with the export and tourism sectors, as well as other parties in Parliament, to stop the
partial sale of Air New Zealand to Qantas.
Dunedin Mayor Sukhi Turner will tomorrow become the 4000th person to sign the Local Body Electoral Reform Referendum
petition at 10.30am in the Mayor's office Tuesday 19th November. Ms Turner is one of a handful of city councillors who
voted in favour ...
The National Party’s pushing for Internal Affairs Minister George Hawkins to be called to give evidence at the select
committee hearing on the leaky buildings crisis.
Something very weird is happening in New Zealand. Increasingly superstition, fantasy, fiction and fable are creeping
into our legal frameworks displacing fact, reality and reasoning.