A Pakeha poet lay dying
In a paddock south of Auckland
And #MeToo caught up to him and said
“I reckon You’ve had it, man!
The Liberal Agenda – New Zealand Public Television Trust – Assange: There are always at least two sides to every story.
Whatever view you take of Juian Assange he became an Ecuadorian national so, legally, it is remarkable they (a) extensively spied on him and (b) allowed the British police to enter the embassy to arrest one of their own citizens with no extradition order.Read More →
The Comedy Fest is back and nothing helps give insight to where a culture presently is quite as perfectly as comedy. What is allowed to be joked about and what we consider humourless are all experimented upon in real time on a stage. There are at times nothing quite so dangerous as comedians.Read More →
Jordan Peele’s latest horror offering of ‘Us’ suggests his skills as a movie maker and social critic have merged to a new high that manages to eclipse his previous horror romp ‘Get out’, which is no easy feat because ‘Get out’ was brilliant.Read More →
KEY DATES:30 May – 9 June 2019, Doc Edge Festival: Auckland – Q Theatre, Ellen Melville Centre and Auckland Art Gallery13 – 23 June 2019, Doc Edge Festival: Wellington – Roxy Cinema, Te Auaha, Light House CubaRead More →
Event location: Otago Room, Clubs and Societies Building, Otago University, Dunedin. Time: 730pm, 11th April.Cost: Free.Read More →
WHO KILLED BLAIR PEACH?
Easter Monday, April 22nd, 7.30pm.Upstairs, Grey Lynn RSC, Francis St, Grey Lynn, Auckland
There are many factors that keep people poorRead More →
Just in case anyone is wondering why I have linked tonight to the Al Jazeera investigation into Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party and the NRA, on the New Zeland Public Television’s site … it’s because whatever else you may conclude about the documentary it’s a sobering reminder that not all white supremacists wear camouflage pants.Read More →
Just an update to everyone who contributed to “Trade Secrets” my documentary on “free” trade and the “free” market.Read More →
A National Day of mourning is still needed. One was held following the Christchurch earthquake and today’s terror victims deserve at least.Read More →
Love Aotearoa Hate Racism (LAHR) is anticipating an unprecedented turnout at our rally against Islamophobia and racism at Auckland’s Aotea Square this Sunday, March 24, at 2pm.Read More →
What’s going on with media in New Zealand?
Is Facebook out of control?
Can social media be a public service?
Vanessa Kururangi is a State House Tenant Advocate, a mother and a writer.Read More →
Global Peace and Justice Auckland is encouraging all supporters of peace and justice to join the international day of action on Saturday, March 16 against the US government’s effort to engineer a coup in Venezuela and a new devastating war there.Read More →