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Links 1 through 10 of 925 by Peter Cresswell tagged Politics-NZ

It comes as no surprise to me that "normal people" with no criminal record get into the drug scene. If BZP stayed legal we would have the time and resources to develop it into a safer, more user friendly substance. (Without the ghastly come down) This cou

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After today's march on Parliament -- lets hear it again: "2, 4, 6, 8, We don't want your Nanny State" -- a story is doing the rounds tonight that 1, 2, 3, 4, Labour MPs will cross the floor... Keep listening for more on that particular story.

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Perigo and speakers at top, Perigo and organiser Mitch Lees at middle, Plain Jane anti-anti-anti-smackers at bottom.

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The news of today's anti-Nanny State march in Wellington, New Zealand, has been picked up worldwide, and SOLO luminary Lindsay Perigo (right, on Parliament's steps) is taking a leading role in the story, disseminated by Associated Press. The Guardian, the

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First pictures just in from the Wellington anti-anti-smacking rally, courtesy of Dominion (above) and Robin Thomsen (below):

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New Zealanders are badly aggrieved because they feel everybody is being scrutinised and dictated to when the kind of maltreatment the Prime Minister describes happens to children is almost exclusively a very small minority of the population... [As recent

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Helen Clark and Sue Bradford are trying to convince New Zealand that the repeal of Section 59 of the Crimes Act (aka the anti-smacking bill) is about preventing child abuse and perhaps secondarily about ’sending a message’ to stop smacking because it

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I say the repeal of section 59 is unnecessary because in my experience it is just that - unnecessary. I never lost a case which I prosecuted on the basis of section 59... Of course there will be the occasional case where section 59 has excused parents who

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The fact is that after an unprecedented burst of economic growth, fifteen per cent of working age people -- over 300,000! -- are still on welfare, and they've been there since 1990! In a country of only four million people, this is nothing to boast about.

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Unemployment down? Then why are the numbers of sickness and invalid beneficiaries up? Lindsay Mitchell has two graphs that between them tell a story about political manipulation of figures.

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