Thursday, 24 September , 2020

New Zealand

The police murder of George Floyd sparks mass protests throughout the...

6 June 2020 This weekend, hundreds of thousands of workers and youth will protest the police murder of George Floyd, not only in the United...

The world can’t get enough of New Zealand four-day working week...

Jan 23 2020 Andrew Barnes' four-day working week experiment in late 2018 at the legal services company he leads has made him famous globally. "Seventy-eight countries worldwide have run...

Australia: A time of fire and now pestilence

by Hall Greenland These seem like biblical times in Australia. A time of fire and now pestilence. In the months before and after Christmas, the south-east...

New Zealand just became the first country to legalize salary payments...

By Ben Winck Aug. 13. 2019 New Zealand will legally allow companies to pay salaries in cryptocurrency starting September 1, becoming the first nation to...

Julian Assange Political Asylum New Zealand Petition Extended

25 July 2018 An online petition to provide WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange political asylum in New Zealand has been extended to Aug. 7. It reads...

Israel behind Trump, according to Wolff

By Philip Weiss January 4, 2018 With everyone talking about the Russia story again, fed by Michael Wolff’s bombshell new book on the Trump...

Νο serious reaction to Trump’s threat of Nuclear War.

'Not helpful,' Donald: World reaction to Trump's 'fire and fury' comments New Zealand's premier admonished him for remarks "not helpful" in a "very tense" environment. Australia's prime minister...

Trump-Calligula threatening Korea

Tense standoff continues on Korean peninsula By Peter Symonds The confrontation on the Korean Peninsula is continuing as the US threatens military action against North...

CIA files expose New Zealand Labour Party’s anti-nuclear posture

By John Braddock 30 January 2017 The release early last week of thousands of files related to New Zealand by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)...

RCEP: International think tanks warn of devastating consequences

This week (December 2-10) [1] the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is being negotiated in Jakarta, Indonesia. If signed, RCEP would grant corporations the exclusive right to bypass domestic legal systems and sue governments at international tribunals whenever they feel government regulation can limit their profits [2].