Press Release – Professor Jane Kelsey News that police have been visiting opponents of the TPPA ahead of next weeks signing is the latest step in an orchestrated move by the Prime Minister to try to redefine the signing of the hugely unpopular Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement …
Day: January 28, 2016
Press Release – New Zealand National Party While away on holiday over the New Year period I spent time thinking about and planning for the year ahead. I also frequently checked on weather conditions for Canterbury, hoping that some much needed rain was falling.
Opinion – Martin Doyle The TPPA might turn out to be good for us, or it might turn out to be bad for us. But it’s clear from surveys that most people don’t have a bleeding clue what it’s all about.
Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party Opposition Leader Andrew Little has given dispensation to MP Phil Goff to take his own position on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement due to his historic involvement in negotiating its predecessor, the P4.
Press Release – New Zealand Government Trade Minister Todd McClay today welcomed confirmation from Labour MPs Phil Goff and David Shearer that many in the Labour caucus have not strayed as far from their free trade roots as their leader would have New Zealand believe.
Press Release – Wairere Iti Veteran Tuhoe activist and artist Tame Iti has teamed up with internationally recognised Artist Owen Dippie to collaborate on a series of paintings to be exhibited in Auckland on the 27th of February. The exhibition named Ko Koe Ko Au (You and I) blends each …
Column – Gordon Campbell Does this sound familiar? In the mid 2000s, New Zealand wanted to pursue a humanitarian policy, on live sheep exports. This happened to offend a Saudi foreign investor, who eventually threatened legal action against it. The Key government chose to buy …
Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party A new US study on the impacts of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement casts doubt on the Governments analysis of its impact and highlights the need for a truly open debate on the controversial deal, Opposition Leader Andrew Little says.
Press Release – Ngati Whatua o Orakei Ngti Whtua rkei Trust Chairman, Piripi Davis, says the Auckland-based hap is strongly opposed to the TPPA, and believes it will be detrimental to the Nations sovereignty and wellbeing.