to declare e-scooters to not be motor-vehicles will allow these small wheelers, that can travel up to 27km hour, to be ridden on our footpaths. More Secretary to the Treasury invited to observe policy meetings. More Women with advanced breast cancer demand what they need Tuesday, 8:59 am Malcolm Mulholland Were going to die soon if you dont give us the medicines we need. More Pohokura gas shutdown exposes urgent need for solar Monday, 11:16 am Greenpeace Monday, October 15: Skyrocketing power prices linked to a shutdown at the offshore Pohokura gas field are just another reminder that we need to fast-track the rollout of solar energy, says Greenpeace. Sunday, 1:42 pm nzei Steps to fix teacher shortage are welcome but class sizes and pay must be addressed to keep teachers More Key challenges of jobs, climate change on agenda Sunday, 12:05 pm Professor Jane Kelsey Key challenges of jobs, climate change on agenda. More Organise Aotearoa holds protest outside nzdf offices Tuesday, 10:24 am Organise Aotearoa Organise Aotearoa, a new socialist organisation is holding a joint protest today with Auckland Peace Action to condemn war crimes, including the killing of children, perpetrated by the New Zealand Defence Force. More University lecture tackles housing crisis head-on Monday, 3:29 pm University of Auckland Frontline social housing worker Bernie Smith will look at how to restore secure housing for all New Zealanders in the Bruce Jesson Memorial Lecture hosted by Faculty of Arts on October. More Minimal Support For Removing Abortion From Crimes Act Sunday, 6:26 pm Family First Family First NZ says that information received from the Law Commission under the Official Information Act reveals that the Law Commission received almost 3,500 submissions regarding the abortion law review, and. More Student presidents call on MPs to strengthen Bill Tuesday, 8:38 am nzusa Student presidents from all eight universities and numerous polytechnics have signed an open letter calling on Members of Parliament to strengthen student representation on tertiary education councils. Nzei, as the Equal Pay Amendment Bill has its first reading, a 12-year struggle for pay equity will also draw to a close for Education Support Workers, who will be receiving their first payslips with pay increases of up to 30 today.
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More MPs must vote to give students and staff a strong voice Tuesday, 10:22 am Tertiary Education Union Tertiary Education Union (TEU) national president Sandra Grey and NZ Union of Students Associations (nzusa) president Jonathan Gee today welcomed a new amendment to the Education Amendment. How cache cookies work, cookies are files created by sites you visit. More Submissions on recent proposals Monday, 2:12 pm Office of the Auditor-General : The Auditor-General has provided submissions to the State Services Commission and the Treasury on proposals to reform the State Sector Act 1988, to set up an Independent Fiscal Institution, and to embed. After you clear cache and cookies: Some settings on sites get deleted. More Search begins for next Kiwi delegate to 'plant their path' Monday, 12:11 pm Bayer NZ Auckland, ows the time to step up and share your ideas with the world thats the call from Bayer New Zealand, which is on the lookout for a Kiwi. More Statement from Peter Goodfellow - National Party President. More Govt must also do more to increase early childhood teachers Monday, 1:46 pm Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood NZ Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood New Zealand says the government must also do more to increase early childhood teacher numbers. More Action against nzdf crimes toxic culture tomorrow Monday, 11:51 am Auckland Peace Action Auckland Peace Action and Organise Aotearoa are holding a demonstration outside the nzdf recruiting office at 284 Great North Road tomorrow, Tuesday, 16 October at 12:30 to demand justice and. Nzta, nZ Transport Agency Chief Executive Fergus Gammie says 63 of the 152 high priority compliance files being closely investigated for any safety issues have now been assessed. The Council of Trade Unions today welcomed the passing of the first reading of the Equal Pay Amendment Bill in parliament as a critical historic step towards women accessing their right to be fairly paid. More Organise Aotearoa condemns nzdf culture of abuse Monday, 1:01 pm Organise Aotearoa A North South magazine article released today details the New Zealand Defence Forces (nzdf) involvement in war crimes, and reveals a culture of sexual abuse and homophobia. More Auditor-General's Annual report 2017/18 published, tuesday, 2:16.