Ms Thomson’s case comes on the back of the landmark legal ruling in the Netherlands in June, where a group of Dutch citizens successfully sued their government for failing to properly act against climate change.
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“It would be wrong for the New Zealand National Government to attempt to represent Tokelau at COP21 when their voice would be miles apart on how serious Climate Change is.” Su’a William Sio.
The Green Party is calling for the Government to prevent Sky City from gaining the 230 additional pokie machines it was given in the Convention Centre deal, following a media sting by ONE News...
From Wellington, Lealofi runs Kids on f.o.o.t with the aim to build up the children’s spirit; showing kids what is happening in their community, and allowing them to find something within to give back.
Three Niuean soldiers who served in the First World War will now be included in the New Zealand Roll of Honour and Commonwealth War Graves Commission records, Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry...
Of the 150-strong group of men, 140 had never left their island home in their lives. 73 of them were married. Thirty left behind families of one to four children. One family farewelled four sons. And that the majority of them would never see their families again.
Open letter to Su’a: “I’m proud of a National Government supporting the aspirations of Pacific families and communities
Yesterday our Government announced a funding boost of $19 million which will allow an extra 940 students to attend Trades Academies from 2016. This means more opportunities for Pacific youth to achieve aspirations, become skilled, employable and have a brighter future Alfred Ngaro, National MP.
The Te Atatu area is set to benefit from a $2 million government investment in short-term emergency housing according to MP Alfred Ngaro. He added the Te Atatu assistance is the first of several similar...
It was a positive jovial meeting that was kicked off by “Bula” and rugby in a small cubicle in New York. But it is the ‘formal’ and ‘scheduled’ nature of the meeting after a 10-year stand-off that has alarm bells ringing something is not quite right.
How many of our people have benefitted from the jobs Alfred Ngaro claims have been created? Are they among the 11.3 per cent of our people unemployed when the New Zealand average is 5.9 per cent? Are they surviving by cobbling together two or three casual jobs to make ends meet? asks Su’a William Sio.
I’m proud to be part of a Government lead by a strong and reliable Prime Minister who keeps his word and delivers practical policies which benefit families while strengthening the engine-room of the economy for a better future. Alfred Ngaro.
If a school’s debt collector turns up for voluntary donation “Say no, call the police or your local MP”
Parents cannot be made to pay donations if they choose not to. They are a matter for agreement between parents and schools’ Boards of Trustees. Peseta Sam Lotu-I’iga