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Face-to-Face: Bill Maroni

FACE TO FACE  While on a short stop in Auckland,  newzealandinc.com caught up with Bill Maroni – CEO & President of the United States -New Zealand Council.  We talk about his upcoming event –  the United States-New Zealand Pacific Partnership Forum 2013 –  innovation within the space and the increasing …

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Fifth US-NZ Pacific Partnership Forum – Washington DC, May 18-19.

custom research paper writing service The next United States New Zealand Pacific Partnership Forum promises to be a “truly global dialogue, focused on ‘defining what’s next’  for the NZ-US relationship in a pivotal year for the region.“ US NZ Council CEO and president Bill Maroni says 2013 will be a …

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Labour’s Chris “Hippie” Hipkins has fun at Hekia’s expense

2012 Report Card – Hekia must try harder As the school year winds to a close, Labour’s acting Education spokesperson, Chris Hipkins presents Hekia Parata’s 2012 Report Card, where she is assessed against National’s Standards. CLASS SIZES: Hekia Parata promised so much with her project to increase class sizes, but delivered …

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Right on Xmas – Don Brash knows his politics

Comment  The Christmas Grinch has struck again with Don Brash depriving the usual suspects of a chance to have a decent whack at the sale of Oceania Dairy to China’s biggest dairy company at a time when they all want to wind down rather than up. a cause and effect …

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Media’s Big Friday: APN profit downgrade, Scherer to leave Listener, The Nation continues! – more to come

REGIONAL publisher APN News & Media has spoilt the pre-Christmas party on the market for Australian publishing companies after unveiling a 10 per cent-plus profit downgrade yesterday. essay writer reviews That’s how The Australian headlined APN’s post market guidance last night that earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation would be $A150 …

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Government starts next stage of RMA reform

Environment Minister Amy Adams will today kick-off the next stage of the Government’s plan to reform the Resource Management Act. This afternoon, the Resource Management Amendment Bill 2012 will have its first reading in Parliament. The bill introduces a streamlined process for Auckland’s first unitary plan, a six-month time limit …

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Young Kiwi’s challenge leaders on climate change inaction

Over 700 young people held a flash mob outside Britomart yesterday to launch a new campaign for climate change solutions, in the wake of New Zealand being named as one of the worst players at the UN climate negotiations in Doha.  Youth organiser Lance Cash said the 100% Possible campaign …

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China From The Inside – Shifting Nature Episode 3 of 4

China from the Inside – the 4th and final episode of this series is scheduled for 11 am December 16. The series has provoked controversy on You Tube – Here’s a few comments “It’s call industrialization. I lost count of how many negative points in all of the series. Maybe …

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