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.
The Living Wage movement as it currently stands is, unfortunately, fairly toothless in its methods – James Morgan explains.
Today, December 3, is International Day of People with Disabilities and an important time to reflect and discuss the specific problems that disabled people face in Aotearoa New Zealand as … Read More
China has all but eradicated extreme poverty. Today their programme is a model for countries around the world – international cooperation and common development among the primary tasks.
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.
The day before it was set to begin, strike action against St John has been called off after workers’ demands were met.
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, still yet to be released, has already been bought up by the world’s richest, Morning Star reports.
St John, registered charity and largest provider of ambulance services in the country, have backtracked on promises for pay increases. But why are medics fighting a NGO instead of the Ministry of Health? James Morgan explains.
The cannabis legalisation referendum appears to have failed. James Morgan writes that this matter of public health shouldn’t have been a referendum at all.