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Pay Gap Protested

Wellington, June 30 NZPA- About 200 people braved freezing temperatures outside Parliament today to protest the lack of pay equity.

Bill Will Allow Overstayer Children To Go To School - Minister

Bill Will Allow Overstayer Children To Go To School - Minister
Wellington, June 29 NZPA - Immigration Minister Jonathan Coleman has given an assurance that a bill to be introduced later this year will allow the children of overstayers to go to school, it was reported tonight.

HRC And Privacy Concerned About Increased Police DNA Sampling

HRC And Privacy Concerned About Increased Police DNA Sampling
Wellington, May 14 NZPA - The Human Rights Commission and Privacy Commissioner have concerns a bill that gives the police wider powers to take DNA samples goes too far.

Labour Accuse McCully Of Being A Bully

Labour Accuse McCully Of Being A Bully
Wellington, April 22 NZPA - Labour has accused Foreign Minister Murray McCully of trying to muzzle Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres.

Bus Company Denies Ban On Non-English Languages

Wellington, April 17 NZPA - A Wellington bus company has denied banning the use of languages other than English in the workplace.

Bus Company Tells Staff To Speak English Only

Wellington, April 17 NZPA - Associate Social Development and Employment Minister Tariana Turia is condemning a bus company's rule that workers can only speak English at work, even during breaks.

NZ Looking At Australia Stance On Controversial Declaration

NZ Looking At Australia Stance On Controversial Declaration
Wellington, March 31 NZPA - New Zealand is looking with interest to see if Australia signs up to a controversial United Nation's declaration, and may follow its lead, Prime Minister John Key said today.

Peter Wilson: Election Has Delivered A Promising Parliament

Putting Parliament into urgency and passing two controversial bills last week was the best thing the Government could have done for the Labour Party.

Controversial 90-day Trial Period Bill Passes First Hurdle

Controversial 90-day Trial Period Bill Passes First Hurdle
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, Dec 11 NZPA - The Government's controversial employment bill passed its first reading in Parliament today after a passionate debate.

Human Rights Commission Hits Out At 90-Day Probation Bill

Human Rights Commission Hits Out At 90-Day Probation Bill
Wellington, Dec 11 NZPA - The Human Rights Commission (HRC) has hit out at the Government's decision to rush through legislation that would set up a 90-day probation period for new workers.

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