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Citizen A – 14 June 2012 – Online now!

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– 14 June 2012 –

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– Chris Trotter & Selwyn Manning –

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Issue 1: In light of the Bronwyn Pullar fiasco, is ACC out of control and does a culture of bullying exist to keep NZers needing compensation from accessing it?

Issue 2: As far as the Prime Minister is concerned, the backlash to larger class room sizes was just bad marketing. Should public education be worried?

Issue 3: The Maori Party this week voted for Paula Bennett’s welfare reforms and their leadership are reconsidering retirement – is there a future for the Maori Party?

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Acknowledgement (republished with kind permission)

Tumeke

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Citizen A – 7 June 2012 – Online now!

16 June 2012 2 comments

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Citizen A

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– 7 June 2012 –

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– David Slack & Claudette Hauiti –

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Issue 1: Has National underestimated smaller class sizes? Was Hekia set up?

Issue 2: Stopping abusers and killers from having babies – Child protection or divisive bennie bashing for political gain

Issue 3: The Greens hold their party conference in the weekend, what are the challenges facing them taking a serious role in any Government post 2014?

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Acknowledgement (republished with kind permission)

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The Union Report – 28 May 2012 – Online now!

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The Union Report

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– Annie Newman & CTU Economist Dr Bill Rosenberg –

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Issue 1: How does a zero budget impact on workers and public servants.  Bill English claims we all liked it, really?

Issue 2: What will the living wage campaign do for social justice in NZ?

and Issue 3: How does Iwi involvement in the Affco industrial dispute change the wider dialogue for labour relations in NZ?

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Acknowledgement (republished with kind permission)

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The Union Report – 21 May 2012 – Online now!

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The Union Report

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– 21 May 2012 –

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– CANZ President Beven Hanlon & PPTA’s Angela Roberts –

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Issue 1: National promised not to cut back frontline services, how much more frontline are teachers? Are larger class sizes the answer?

Issue 2: Who should have the power to incarcerate – The state or a private company. What is the real cost of prison privatization?

Issue 3: Are the new labour law announcements a negative for workers and unions?

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Acknowledgement (republished with kind permission)

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Citizen A – 17 May 2012 – Online now!

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Citizen A

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– 17 May 2012 –

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– Phoebe Fletcher & Phil Twyford –

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Issue 1: John Key attacks the media and then says he didn’t attack the media, legitimate concerns about the fourth estate or the need to get prescription cost increases, union bashing and Teacher basing out of the headlines?

Issue 2: Paula Bennett has announced a new board of business people to evaluate welfare reforms. What do we pay Paula for and why are they only business people?

Issue 3: Did the revelations in the Sunday Star Times last weekend of how involved John Key was with the ‘financial services hub’ idea concern anyone else?

Citizen A broadcasts 7pm Thursday Triangle TV

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The Union Report – 14 May 2012 – Online now!

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The Union Report

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– Helen Kelly & Laurie Nankivell –

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Issue 1:  What is this dispute actually over, what are the work conditions for Meat Workers like?

Issue 2: How has Tally’s behaved since becoming 100% owners of Affco.

Issue 3:  What does it say for NZ’s industrial relations when a multi-million dollar family can simply deem to throw a union out of its business?

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Acknowledgement (republished with kind permission)

Tumeke

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Citizen A – 10 May 2012 – Online now!

Citizen A

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– Claudette Hauiti & Selwyn Manning –

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Issue 1: What are the odds of an Epsom by-election and are the Conservative Party John Keys new best friends?

Issue 2: When is Nanny State not Nanny State? When it’s beneficiaries and contraception!

Issue 3: Is the GC the new low point for Public Broadcasting?

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