Trans-Tasman Resources is seeking permission to dredge 50 million tonnes of iron sand per year off the coast of Taranaki. This is a violation not only of the environment, but a violent act of colonialism.
Negotiations are back on for Primary Health Care workers and, as Hector McLachlan writes, the political aspect of these strikes is not to be underestimated.
Spotify, in an attempt to return to illegal payola strategies of the radio, has announced a new scheme intended to expand the dominance of the largest music monopolies, Hector McLachlan explains.
It has been revealed that in the late 80s and early 90s, the NZ SIS broke into the Embassy of Iran in collaboration with the CIA. Hector McLachlan expounds the situation and the history surrounding it.
In his article on the Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme, Hector McLachlan emphasises the practical necessity of proletarian internationalism for the NZ union movement.
Election week is here and it seems all but certain that a Labour-led government will come into power after the 17th of October. Though the outcome seems clear among major … Read More
Last week the new Prime Minister of the ‘Cook’ Islands, Mark Brown, said that there would be a travel bubble between New Zealand and the Cook Islands by Christmas. Many … Read More
Hector McLachlan investigates the neglect of musicians in Aotearoa and identifies the root of their mistreatment – monopoly capitalism.
Hector McLachlan reviews Rangatira, and finds it an exciting addition to the musical canon of Aotearoa.