Workers Memorial Day is Friday 28th, a day we remember those who have been killed at work.
Here is a list of at least some of the events planned for around the country.Read More →
Sir Michael Cullen and Mike O’Brien – The menace of the social investment approach! – Thurs May 4th – Auckland
Thursday 4th May, 6.00pm
Lecture Theatre J1
Auckland College of Education
University of Auckland
Auckland Peace Action are hosting an alternative ANZAC Day service 11am from the Band Rotunda at the Auckland Domain.Read More →
Today (April 22) marks the beginning of a novel online art auction to raise funds for the Asylum Seekers Support Trust, which runs an Auckland hostel for asylum seekers.Read More →
An alternative Anzac day event called Prayers for Peace is happening on Tuesday, 25 April at 11am at the Band Rotunda at the Auckland Domain. It is a pro-peace, anti-war event that has been organised to provide a balance to the pro-war State-sponsored Anzac events. The Rev Emily Worman of the Church in Progress MCC […]Read More →
I never thought for one second that I would be a lover of live musical theatre, but having a 7 year old daughter changes that perspective. The pure magic and joy she gets out of going into the City at night with me to watch singing and dancing on the stage of the magnificent Civic is a priceless moment that makes me Dad of the year while keeping her relatively quiet for 2 hours.
It’s a win win.Read More →
Identity Politics and trans issues might be taking headlines worldwide, but click-bait journalism barely touches the heavy barrage of internet memes, youtube cringe compilations, insult comedy, and trolls of all kinds engaged in a war to bait and mock micro-minorities out of existance.Read More →
We live in dangerous times. President Trump is on the war path. An escalation of airstrikes in Syria, the bombing in Afghanistan and the deployment of a fleet to North Korea are all very worrying developments.Read More →
InsideOUT is excited to announce their national rainbow youth hui, Shift, will be running again this month. The hui follows on from the success of Shift 2016 and aims to bring young people of minority sexes, sexualities and genders from all over the country together. “Shift provides a unique opportunity for young people in our […]Read More →
Hot off the heels of The Damned support slot, Leatherhead are ready to become part of Saturday’s line up at the Kings Arms.Read More →
The advent of President Donald Trump in the US provides an unprecedented opportunity to take a good, hard look at Aotearoa’s place in the world. And to ask the question – why are we still a loyal member of the American Empire?Read More →
A pre-cabinet meeting plea will be made at Parliament on tomorrow morning 27 March requesting that the Government hold an open and independent inquiring into the NZ SAS attacks on two Afghan villages in 2010.Read More →
The International Documentary Film Festival is about to kick off, and here are our picks for 2017…Read More →
The book is not a sequel to Dirty Politics nor related to the election. It is a completely different book but nonetheless gripping and important.Read More →
Note: The event is being held at Wellington High School, at 249 Taranaki Street from 9:00am – 5:30pm on Saturday the 18th of March, and from 9:00am – 4:00pmon Sunday the 19th of March.Read More →
Date: Monday the 20th of March
Place: Burns 1 Lecture Theatre, Albany Street, University of Otago.