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Jacinda on War and Peace

In the final lap of the election cycle, it is critical to examine the government’s record on war and peace over the past three years. It isn’t a subject that swings elections like healthcare or taxes, but it has a … Continue reading

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Shelly Bay and Ihumātao shown support in Wellington

On Saturday, Wellingtonians gathered for an action on Cuba Mall to support two important Māori land struggles at Ihumātao (Auckland) and at Murukaikuru (Shelly Bay, Wellington) and to push for political solutions. Mau Whenua member David Tawhai-Bodsworth told the crowd … Continue reading

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Operation Burnham Inquiry: Disestablish the NZSIS & A fundraiser for the Victims

“The disturbing findings of the Operation Burnham Inquiry released today require the NZ government to take decisive steps to disestablish the NZ Special Air Service (NZSAS),” said Peace Action Wellington member Valerie Morse. “After nearly a decade of denials and … Continue reading

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Cancel RIMPAC video plea issued

A month out from the start of RIMPAC, the US Navy led military wargames, peace groups are calling on Minister of Defence Ron Mark to pull the plug on NZ’s involvement this year with a special video message. WATCH THE … Continue reading

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Now it’s new armoured vehicles for the army

Today, the government has revealed $104 million for new armoured vehicles to replace ones that were just purchased in 2004 under the last Labour government. Does the NZDF need armoured vehicles? No. The Labour/Green/NZ First weapons funding is cloaked in … Continue reading

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