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Submission: The End of Life Choice Bill

By Danielle van Dalen


We are opposed to the End of Life Choice Bill. The dangers of this Bill lie at its very core…

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Short Cuts Info – A clear boundary isn’t possible

By Danielle van Dalen


Are we willing to create a law which distinguishes between those whose life is worthy of protection from suicide and…

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New Zealanders need to inspect details of End of Life Choice Bill

By Alex Penk


MEDIA RELEASE: Thursday, 14 December 2017 With the End of Life Choice Bill now voted through to Select Committee stage,…

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Getting fit to compete in the global game

By Julian Wood


While political and economic “change” is on everyone’s lips, we need to be clear about our current situation, and what…

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Unrealistic safeguards

Unrealistic safeguards

By Danielle van Dalen


“Safeguards.” It’s an official-sounding and soothing term often used by those in favour of euthanasia, to ease concerns about the…

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The aftershocks of King Henry VIII

The aftershocks of King Henry VIII

By Alex Penk


What does a long-dead Tudor king have to do with the Canterbury earthquakes? In late 2010, after the first shock,…

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Spying amendment lacks foresight

Spying amendment lacks foresight


The Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) may not occupy an “enormous, pyramidal structure of white concrete”, but 1984 has been…

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Demanding answers  

Demanding answers  

By Keiran Madden


Ruth Porter | 22 April 2008 Published in The Northland Age, 22 April 2008 Finally Parliament is waking up to…

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Submission: <i>Electoral (Integrity) Amendment Bill</i>

Submission: Electoral (Integrity) Amendment Bill

By Maxim Institute


Maxim Institute submits that, in its current form, this Bill has the potential to undermine democracy by ignoring the mandate…

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