Press Release – New Zealand First Party Trade Minister Tim Groser has his head in the clouds believing the TPPA will not affect New Zealanders ability to buy homes, says New Zealand First.
October 13, 2015
Press Release – Office of the Ombudsman The High Courts decision released today requiring the Minister of Trade to reconsider his decision relating to Professor Jane Kelseys request for information about the TPPA relates only to the decision making process followed by the Minister.
Article – Robert Kelly The State Housing Action Network (SHAN) led a protest in Wellington today against the sale of state housing by the Government.
Press Release – Rotorua-Te Arawa TPPA Action Group On Sunday October 18, the Rotorua/Te Arawa TPPA Action Group is hosting a panel of speakers from all over the country to speak out about what they know about the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement.
Press Release – Green Party The Government must change its arrogant approach to the publics right to know about official information, following a court decision that Trade Minister Tim Groser acted unlawfully by refusing to make the slightest release information about the …
Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists Todays High Court decision sends the Government a clear message that it needs to be more transparent when negotiating trade deals with far-reaching consequences for New Zealanders, says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of …
Article – BusinessDesk Groser’s ‘blanket approach’ in turning down Kelsey’s OIA requests on TPPA not lawful, court rules
Press Release – Greenpeace New Zealand Responding to todays High Court loss for Tim Groser and his TPP secrecy bid, Greenpeace chief policy advisor Nathan Argent said:
Press Release – Clerk of the House 1. JAMES SHAW to the Prime Minister: Will he be formally raising the issue of New Zealanders detained in Australia when he meets with Malcolm Turnbull later on this week?
Press Release – New Zealand High Court Rather than issue specific declarations I have quashed the Ministers decision in relation to six of the categories of documents requested by Professor Kelsey.
Press Release – Professor Jane Kelsey Court finds against Trade Minister on TPPA Secrecy; Chief Ombudsman wrongly upheld his unlawful decision The High Court today vindicted charges that Trade Minister Tim Groser acted unlawfully in his quest to keep all information about the Trans-Pacific …
Press Release – New Zealand First Party New Zealand should restart negotiations on the Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan Free Trade Agreement based around true free trade, says New Zealand First.