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    Barnardos Labels Marchers ‘Ignorant’!

    Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

    Barnardos Labels Marchers ‘Ignorant’! In an incredible outburst, Advocacy Manager for Barnardos Deborah Morris-Travers, who ran the Yes vote campaign at the recent election, has written to the NZ Herald and attacked the upcoming March for Democracy, saying that the march will ” mobilise the ignorant “! This is an example of the lack of respect that […]

    Commission of Inquiry into Child Abuse Essential

    Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

    MEDIA RELEASE 29 October 2009 Commission of Inquiry into Child Abuse Essential ‘How many more children have to die before we do something?’ Family First NZ is repeating its call for a Commission of Enquiry into the unacceptable levels of child abuse and deaths in NZ. The call comes following the suspected child abuse death […]

    Family Integrity #483 — We Need Your Feet!

    Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

    A special request. We need you! – your energy – and your networking ability – to get the message out! The March for Democracy will be held 1.30pm Sat 21 November, Queen St Auckland and will be calling on the government to amend s59 of the Crimes Act so that the law does not treat […]

    The March For Democracy

    Friday, October 23rd, 2009

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    PUBLIC MEETING in Hamilton TONIGHT: ‘The way forward on Section 59’

    Thursday, October 8th, 2009

    PUBLIC MEETING TONIGHT ‘The way forward on Section 59′ Tonight in  Hamilton , (and next week in Dargaville) you’re invited to a continuation of a series of meetings around the country…. Speakers * Bob McCoskrie – Family First – Target Real Child Abuse, Not Real Parents ( HAMILTON ONLY ) * John Boscawen – ACT MP […]

    Public meeting in Christchurch tonight 21 September 2009

    Monday, September 21st, 2009

    Hi All, Public meeting in Christchurch concerning the Anti-Smacking Law, see below for details. Unity for Liberty encourages all folk to attend these public meetings when they are in your area, I attended the first meeting in Auckland and found it extremely rewarding. If you are able could you please forward these details on to […]

    John Armstrong: National won’t be smacked twice

    Monday, August 31st, 2009

    John Armstrong: National won’t be smacked twice http://www.nzherald.co.nz/politics/news/article.cfm?c_id=280&objectid=10593810&pnum=0 4:00AM Saturday Aug 29, 2009 By John Armstrong No matter what spin the anti-smacking brigade puts on last week’s referendum, the result is still mind-boggling. The referendum’s opponents have naturally sought to downplay the 88 per cent “no” vote as not unexpected, arguing that people were confused […]

    CITIZENS INITIATED REFERENDUM REPORT

    Monday, August 31st, 2009

    CITIZENS INITIATED REFERENDUM REPORT 31 August, 2009 Well, I thought you would have all had enough press releases and heard and seen enough of me in the media last week that another CIR update until now would not have been necessary. However, now we do need to answer the question, where to from here? I […]

    New referendum petition possible

    Sunday, August 30th, 2009

    The Kiwi Party Press Release Kiwi Party leader Larry Baldock said he is thinking about collecting signatures for another Citizens Initiated Referendum petition. Mr Baldock said this time the question might be “Should Members of Parliament as part of good governing ignore a referendum with 87.4% support of the people?” Asked whether he thought this […]

    Open Letter to the Prime Minister of New Zealand

    Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

    Larry Baldock The Kiwi Party Press Release Open Letter to the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Parliament, Wellington 26 August, 2009 Dear Prime Minister, As you are aware I have led and organised the recent Citizens Initiated Referendum on the amendment to section 59 of the Crimes Act that has given all New Zealanders a […]

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