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New Zealand

Ten year NZ passports roll out for Christmas

October 15, 2015 iwishart 0

10 year passports available in time for Christmas holidays   Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne today welcomed the passage of the Passports Amendment Bill (No 2), which will enable adult New Zealanders to be issued […]

kokako maungatautari
New Zealand

Kokako sanctuary a success

October 11, 2015 iwishart 0

By Adelia Hallett The return of the endangered kokako to Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari after 30 years shows that people can reverse environmental loss when they put their minds to it, says fundraising expert and environmental […]

New Zealand

Mark Steyn: Islam and the West

October 7, 2015 iwishart 0

A thought for the day from my bestselling book After America: According to Mushtaq Yufzai, the Taliban have a saying: ‘Americans have all the watches, but we’ve got all the time.’ Cute. If it’s not […]

Ian Wishart podcasts

The Ian Wishart radio show 4 October 2015 podcast – gun control

October 4, 2015 iwishart 1

In today’s show: We examine the aftermath of the Umpqua college shooting in the USA…it has brought predictable calls for gun control and some of those concerns are valid, but I’ve got a show today […]

Ian Wishart podcasts

The Ian Wishart show Talking Matters 27 Sept 2015

September 27, 2015 iwishart 0

In today’s headlines The Pope endorses the New Age religion and the New World Order in his UN speech , Germany is in a state of siege as Middle Eastern migrants roam in gangs telling […]

Climate Change

Review of climate change documentary Thin Ice

September 23, 2015 iwishart 7

BY IAN WISHART, author of Totalitaria and Air Con It’s touted as an award-winning documentary on climate change, but if that’s true I’d like to know whether the judges were the three wise monkeys. Here’s […]

Ian Wishart podcasts

The Ian Wishart Radio Show 14 February 2014 segment 1 podcast

September 9, 2015 iwishart 0

Atheists are mounting legal challenges to get Christianity out of schools. Ian Wishart interviews historian Paul Moon about the Church’s impact on our education system as the culture wars flare up. https://s3-ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/ianwishartshow/TheIanWishartShow14February2014Segment1.mp3

6th March 2005: New Plymouth. As part of the People Poisoned Daily Tour, 150 people including local residents, Vietnam Vets, Greenpeace, Sawmill Workers Against Poisons, Paritutu Dioxin Investigation Action Group march to DOWs headquarters in Paritutu. The protesters want DOW to set up a nationwide fund to compensate victimes of their chemical poisoning.
New Zealand

The Poisoning of New Zealand

August 17, 2015 iwishart 0

THE POISONING OF NEW ZEALAND THE ‘ERIN BROKOVICH’-STYLE SCANDAL IN NEW ZEALAND’S BACKYARD (Oct 2000) Outbreaks of rare diseases and tumors are appearing in clusters around New Zealand, close to chemical factories. Why doesn’t the […]

New Zealand

100 days of D: new vitamin D push

July 21, 2015 iwishart 0

100 DAYS OF D: NEW VITAMIN D SPRAY RELEASED TO NZ MARKET A new way to get vitamin D has been unveiled by New Zealand natural products company Pharmabroker, which has released the DLux Vitamin […]

New Zealand

Gaia or God?

July 20, 2015 iwishart 0

Gaia or God? Is the Pope making a bad mistake?  BY AMY BROOKE Any perception that it would prefer to thunder forth in condemnation of any opposition, rather than encouraging a genuine environmental debate, is not […]

Kate Middleton in Grimsby
New Zealand

Royal baby – it’s a girl

May 2, 2015 iwishart 0

Prime Minister John Key has congratulated Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on the birth of their second child, a girl. “On behalf of the people of New Zealand I would like […]

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New Zealand

Gecko arrested in Germany, deported to NZ

April 18, 2015 iwishart 0

Jewelled geckos returned to New Zealand Associate Conservation Minister Nicky Wagner says the return of two illicitly taken native jewelled geckos to New Zealand shores sends a clear message that wildlife crime will not be […]

New Zealand

New fruit fly threat for NZ?

March 17, 2015 iwishart 1

New Zealand may face a new fruit fly threat, because of a border-control failure by the Ministry for Primary Industries. The Ministry for Primary Industries is not commenting on the allegations that it allowed a […]

Heidi Paakkonen, 1989
New Zealand

Bones discovered in Coromandel bush

January 31, 2015 iwishart 0

Police are investigating what could be the discovery of a woman’s skeleton in bush north of Coromandel township. At the moment they’re playing down speculation the find could be related to the disappearance and murder […]