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Winston Peters on the Treaty of Waitangi: 2002

by iwishart in New Zealand 0

In April 2002, Investigate’s HAMISH CARNACHAN interviewed NZ First Leader Winston Peters. As a revised version of the Winston biography launches next week, it is timely to revisit that story: If you were to describe Winston Peters in medical terms he may be likened to a practitioner with his finger on the pulse of the nation, fervently searching for a [...]

In Brief: Friday 16 June 2017

New Zealand
June 16, 2017 0

From Investigate’s Facebook headlines this week: IT’S A MIRACLE! – leading atheist wants Bible In Schools to be expanded, calls religious education “crucial” IT’S UNSPEAKABLE – Katie Hopkins is savage over Grenfell tragedy GREEN TECH […]


NZ’s dirtiest political secret: the bloodless coup of 1986

New Zealand
June 14, 2017 0

FOR QUEEN OR COUNTRY?                          INVESTIGATE: APRIL 00 June 2017: Seventeen  years ago a little-known conference of constitutional experts revealed New Zealand’s dirtiest political secret: that in 1986 the NZ Parliament seized control of the country […]


Mark Steyn: the global cities experiment

June 10, 2017 0

From Mark Steyn’s column this week: Mayor Khan is a slippery customer, and he used a slippery phrase in reassuring the public after Saturday’s carnage: London, he declared, was “one of the safest global cities […]

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Flashback: Islamists infiltrate NZ, Nov 2003

June 5, 2017 0
THE ROCKING OF THE DOME                       INVESTIGATE: Nov 03 IAN WISHART reports on the infiltration of New Zealand’s Muslim community by Islamic fundamentalists An Islamic “charity” involved in fundraising for Al Qa’ida and the South East [...]
New Zealand

Who let the dogs out? The dangerous breed debate

June 1, 2017 0
FLASHBACK: April 2003 By Hamish Carnachan “It’s a dogs life,” some people reckon, yet I can’t help but notice the irony as I observe Animal Control Services field officer Barbara Slade approach this wretched mongrel. [...]
New Zealand

Roy Morgan Poll: NZ First holds balance of power

May 26, 2017 0
New Zealand’s governing National Party is unchanged with 43% support in May virtually level with the opposition Labour/Greens on 42.5% (unchanged) before this week’s New Zealand Budget delivered a second straight annual surplus. The tight [...]
New Zealand

Emergency beacons need registering: Maritime Safety

May 22, 2017 0
Search and rescue helicopter crews had only a signal location for each incident when responding to two separate rescue beacon alerts from South Island mountains yesterday afternoon. The Rescue Coordination Centre of New Zealand arranged [...]

Community notice: Irish and Scots genealogy tour of NZ

May 19, 2017 0
Australia & New Zealand Lecture Tour, May – June 2017   Want to discover your Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors? Many people believe that researching Irish ancestors is impossible because of the destruction of the Public [...]
New Zealand

Volcanic heat bubbles just 600 metres under icy Southern Alps

May 18, 2017 0
Scientists discover extreme geothermal activity in South Island A collaboration by scientists who drilled nearly 900 metres into the South Island’s Alpine Fault has revealed surprisingly high temperatures and the potential for large geothermal resources [...]
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    VALENTINA’S STORY STRANGLED ON AN AUCKLAND DOORSTEP, IGNORED BY POLICE March 2011 issue Valentina was a Russian bride, far from home. A child of the Cold War, born while wartime dictator Josef Stalin was still [...]
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    Estradiol dangers

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    Sep 05, AU edition RAGING BULL There’s nothing more red-blooded than a juicy slab of steak, but BARBARA SUMNER-BURSTYN reports that a female sex hormone linked to ‘gay’ behaviour in animals and adverse effects on [...]
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    X In The Suburbs

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    X IN THE SUBURBS: Apr 05, AU Edition X IN THE SUBURBS Ecstasy and other party drugs used to be an import-only business. But now, home-grown gangs have figured out the trick to pill-making and [...]
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    ENDANGERED SPECIES: Apr 05, AU Edition ENDANGERED SPECIES Redefining the Australian family She works hard for the money. She works hard at home. He’s burning the candle at both ends, chasing the dollars they desperately [...]
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    May 05, AU Edition WAYNE’S WAY Butcher. Cop. And one of the most storied coaches in Rugby League. JENI PAYNE sits down with legendary Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett – and finds a seemingly quiet [...]

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