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Presidential Message on Nowruz, 2020
HealthCare NZ makes concessions, but remains committed to harmful job cuts
HealthCare NZ makes concessions, but remains committed to harmful job cuts
NSW Police Force celebrate merging of Dog and Mounted Command
Greens use parliamentary privilege to malign police
Viagogo confirms website changes and accepts jurisdiction of
Protestors must be held accountable for harm
Guinea UK statement on upcoming elections and referendum
‘Dramas of desperation’: Book examines naked protest in Africa
Government’s approval of duck shooting season ignores community pleas
Text of a Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Cuba
Message to Congress on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Cuba
Hunger strike new way to get early release
A win for Tasmanian forestry workers’ right to a safe workplace
Secretary Pompeo’s Call with Iraqi Prime Minister-Designate Allawi
Workplace safety laws being used inappropriately to restrict right to protest
Presidential Message on 75th Anniversary of Battle of Iwo Jima
Violence in North and West Africa increasingly targeting civilian and border areas – OECD/SWAC
Sydney flies flag for international pride
Protest not welcome by community
Arrests made after protest action at Smithton
Statement by Minister of Transport on protests disrupting rail service
Azerbaijan parliamentary elections 2020 Foreign Office statement
Inspection report published Inspection of Country of Origin Information, June 2019
More mistruths from Bob Brown Foundation
Taxpayers shouldn’t be left with Ihumātao bill
Backward Glance – Fashions on beach
New laws mean convicted farm invaders face jail or fines up to $60,000
First vigilantes caught by new Right to Farm laws
Director-General condemns murder of journalists Ahmed Abdul Samad and cameraman Safaa Ghali in Iraq
Exploring history of emotions in nursing
Artist requests to cover his work at Rockhampton Art Gallery
Police charge five people after protest in Hobart
No sign of an enduring deal for Ihumātao
“I Have a Dream” still inspiring
CRL hardship fund criteria too harsh
Reckless stunts disregard production forest and workers
ULURU’S PIVOTAL ROLE IN SOCIETAL ‘RESET’ on 13 JANUARY
UK welcomes release and exchange of prisoners in Ukraine
HKU CCPL paper opens discussion on how amnesty could help bring peace and reconciliation to Hong
Waves of protests around world are reminder that voices of children and adolescents must be heard and their rights protected
Byron bypass construction break over Christmas and New Year period
David Livingstone Smith talks dehumanization, propaganda on ‘Through Conversations’ podcast
New book about hospitality and migration
Tasmania’s prison system straining at seams
First infringement notices issued for farm biosecurity breaches
Farmers in agreement that Murray Darling Basin Plan needs fixing
Foreign Secretary statement on escalation of violence in Iraq