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 Informat.io on New Zealand Parliament
The Parliament of New Zealand is the legislature of New Zealand.
New Zealand essentially follows the Westminster system of government, and is governed by a cabinet and Prime Minister chosen by the House of Representatives.
Although technically, the term Parliament encompasses both the monarch and the House of Representatives, because the body is unicameral, and the role of the monarch is largely ceremonial, the House of Representatives is often incorrectly referred to as Parliament.
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 Design News | Dexigner Design News Aggregator   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
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 New_zealand_parliament info here at en.123-free-solitaire.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Parliament of New Zealand bes of the Queen of New Zealand the New Zealand House of Representatives and, 1951, the New Zealand Legislative Council.
New Zealand essentially gos after the Westminster system of government, is governed by a cabinet Prime Minister preferential by the House of Representatives.
The New Zealand Parliament's small-time punctured is the New Zealand House of Representatives.
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 Fran Wilde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fran Wilde is a New Zealand politician, and former Wellington Labour MP and 32nd Mayor of Wellington.
Wilde was a Member of Parliament for the Wellington Central seat, winning it from sitting National MP Ken Comber in the 1981 general election.
In 1992 she resigned from Parliament to stand for Mayor of Wellington.
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 42nd New Zealand Parliament - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 42nd New Zealand Parliament was a term of the Parliament of New Zealand.
The 42nd Parliament was the second (and final) term of the controversial fourth Labour Party government.
Initially, the only other party in the 42nd Parliament was the National Party, with the Democratic Party having lost the two seats it held in the 41st Parliament.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/42nd_New_Zealand_Parliament   (209 words)

  
 Anadolu Agency: News in English, 98-04-22
NEW YORK, April 22 (A.A) - The United Nations officially thanked Turkey due to her sensitivity and successful studies made to preserve the environment and marshy areas, it was reported on Wednesday.
Noting that Turkey is among the countries with which New Zealand is increasing her trade, Demirel stated that New Zealand is a country which has a rich experience in the fields of agriculture, forestry and animal husbandry.
Noting that the new strategy which was prepared for the membership of Turkey in the EU can't be implemented soon, Akarcalý pointed out that this period of implementation depends on the fulfillment of criteria by Turkey concerning her full membership and the internal political will of the EU.
www.hri.org /news/turkey/anadolu/1998/98-04-22.anadolu.html   (8413 words)

  
 Peters, Winston - TopSpin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
He is a New Zealand politician and Member of Parliament, and is the leader of the New Zealand First political party.
Another New Zealand First candidate, Tau Henare, was also successful, helping to convince people that New Zealand First was not simply an extension of Winston Peters.
As a result of the MMP voting system in New Zealand, many see this populist appeal as one of the main reasons for the longevity of his political career.
www.sirhumphreys.com /wiki/Peters,_Winston   (1624 words)

  
 News Compass
New Zealand passports are in high demand throughout the world because they are usually accepted without the need for a visa.
New Zealand has demanded an apology from Israel but is yet to receive one.
In December, James Tobin, former New England campaign chairman of Bush-Cheney '04, was indicted for conspiracy in the case.
newscompass.blogspot.com /2005_01_30_newscompass_archive.html   (8466 words)

  
 Anadolu Agency: News in English, 98-04-21
The news report emphasized that the US was opposed to the transports of the Turkmen natural gas via Iran and recalled that the Clinton Administration wanted the gas to be marketed via Turkey with a pipeline that will pass under the sea.
Gurel told the Parliament that the Cyprus problem had come to a critical point and the Turkish Cypriots are being attempted to be cleansed by being considered to be a minority.
NEW YORK, April 21 (A.A) - Representatives of the five countries who are permanent members of the UN Security Council held a meeting on Monday in New York on the Cyprus question.
www.hri.org /news/turkey/anadolu/1998/98-04-21.anadolu.html   (9835 words)

  
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The Group of 21 and countries like Australia, New Zealand and Sweden, will not tire of calling for the total elimination of nuclear weapons and will make skilful use of the various UN fora such as the Geneva Conference on Disarmament to promote this aim.
In the light of these new developments, the United States and Russia realised that their nuclear armaments levels were too high and this prompted them to negotiate agreements on strategic nuclear armaments reductions.
China has now developed a new intercontinental ballistic missile, the Dongfeng 31, with an estimated range of 8 000 km, which means that it is capable for the first time of reaching Europe and the east coast of the United States.
www.fas.org /news/europe/e-1590-4.htm   (5887 words)

  
 Russian Federation: Preliminary briefing to the UN Committee against Torture
The basis for their removal was that, having submitted formal complaints to the authorities on behalf of their clients alleging they were tortured and ill-treated, they were called in and questioned by the procurator’s office about their petitions.
Article 108 of the new CPC provides that the courts, rather than the procuracy, have the responsibility for determining whether or not a suspect or accused person will be held in detention during a criminal investigation.
New arrivals at the colony were reportedly subject to severe beatings by guards [and other prisoners – check] to force them to join the "brigade".
www.amnestyusa.org /news/document.do?id=ENGEUR460142006   (14837 words)

  
 International   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Their announcement was welcome news to the candidates-Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey-whose hopes have been clouded since the EU's constitution fell into disarray after it was rejected by French and Dutch voters.
New Zealand officials have described relations between the two countries as "friendly but slight" and Musharraf said the relationship needed to be strengthened.
Musharraf is on the first ever visit by a Pakistani leader to New Zealand and New Zealand officials have described relations between the two countries as "friendly but slight".
independent-bangladesh.com /news/jun/18/18062005ap.htm   (7086 words)

  
 Tibetan News Update   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Like other countries, New Zealand says it is not challenging China's territorial integrity or its right to keep governing Tibet, which Beijing invaded between 1949 and 1951, soon after the Communist Revolution.
But New Zealand has joined others in raising human rights concerns about conditions in Tibet, which the Dalai Lama says has endured cultural genocide but which the Chinese insist is enjoying great progress.
In a statement marking the 42nd anniversary of an unsuccessful uprising against Chinese rule, he said his position was becoming hard to maintain in the face of intransigence from Beijing.
www.friends-of-tibet.org.nz /news/june_2001_update_15.html   (1412 words)

  
 Ken Shirley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He is a member of the ACT New Zealand party, although was previously a Cabinet minister for the Labour Party.
Shirley first entered Parliament in the 1984 elections, when he was stood as the Labour Party candidate in the Tasman electorate.
When Douglas and his allies created the ACT New Zealand party, Shirley was involved.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ken_Shirley   (360 words)

  
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This fact is reinforced by the news that in the first few months of the bombing more 6,600 J-dams/smart bombs have been dropped on Afghanistan, making the size of the uranium contamination much higher than in Iraq during the first Gulf War.
The paper also alleges that, "based on western European intelligence," the failures in both New Zealand and Cyprus were never properly investigated, and that Cara and Kelman, together with accomplices still at large, apparently had managed to obtain New Zealand passports intended for future use by the Mossad.
But Canadian, Australian and New Zealand diplomats here said that while immigration papers were processed in their home capitals, embassy officials here had been swamped by inquiries in recent months.
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 International
Charles arrived in New Zealand at the weekend unaccompanied by his bride-to-be Camilla Parker Bowles after a five-day trip to Australia, which was overshadowed by a tour of the country by Denmark’s Australian-born Princess Mary.
Charles’ last visit to New Zealand in 1994 was marked by an incident in which an anti-royalist protester attempted to attack the prince with a can of air freshener on Auckland’s waterfront.
The new round of meetings is taking place amid Iran’s continued rejection of a demand to permanently abandon uranium enrichment, a fuel process which can assist in the functioning of nuclear power stations but also produces material for nuclear weapons.
www.newagebd.com /2005/mar/09/inat.html   (5911 words)

  
 Israel Resource Review -- 29th October, 2004 -- Newsletter about Israel,Palestinians,the Middle ...
In early October, the new Palestinian Authority school books were translated and presented to the public and to the Israeli government by the Center for Monitoring the Impact of Peace, and posted on their web site, www.edume.org.
Not one office of the Israeli government issued any kind of reaction to the fact that the new curriculum of the Palestinian Authority reads like an indoctrination in the art of how to make war on the state and people of Israel.
NEW YORK- American voters in 34 states will be voting this week on no less than 163 referendums and ballot initiatives, on issues from tobacco taxation to bear baiting.
israelbehindthenews.com /Archives/Oct-29-04.htm   (5620 words)

  
 Archives | NEWS.com.au
NEW South Wales Police Commissioner Ken Moroney has rejected claims that his force is not prepared for a major threat at next year's APEC meeting in Sydney, regarded by intelligence chiefs as the nation's greatest security challenge.
THAILAND'S crown prince today convened a new parliament appointed by the leaders of last month's coup, as a minister warned that an elected government might not take office until February 2008.
FIVE crucial documents were withheld from the leaked divorce dossier of Heather Mills McCartney that alleged that her estranged husband Paul McCartney violently attacked her.
www.news.com.au /archives   (4072 words)

  
 Embassy of Papua New Guinea to the Americas, Washington, DC
Papua New Guinea has an extensive and valuable fisheries sector ranging from inland river fisheries, aquaculture, and coastal beach de mer and reef fisheries to the prawn trawl and large scale deep-water tuna fisheries.
Papua New Guinea’s economic trading and development partners include, but not limited to, the United States, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, China, Germany, Great Britain, Malaysia as well as other APEC member countries.
The PNG Government’s conduct of international diplomacy and foreign affairs is done primarily by and through the department and ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, presently headed by the Rt.
www.pngembassy.org /government.html   (665 words)

  
 Alleghany News Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The European Parliament readily approved the protocol, leaving the issue up to the individual members to follow suit.
Advocates of warming theory are not happy with this turn of events; the EU appeared to be in their pocket.
Yet the results of the ACCF report have been replicated, with the same conclusions, from a variety of sources worldwide; the US department of Energy, the Japanese Ministry; Canadian, Australian, New Zealand and Norwegian commissions.
www.ls.net /~allnews/mushroomchronicles/column8.php   (750 words)

  
 Terrorism prevention in Russia: one year after Beslan: Free Muslims Coalition
This new structure was in place in Northern Ossetia during Beslan and the director was already in place.
The new structure is responsible for tactical (army) intelligence not prosecutorial intelligence.
This thesis is confirmed by the fact, that the commander of new intelligence body became one of deputy chief of the Joint group of troops (OGV), the officer of Internal troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
freemuslims.org /news/article.php?article=960   (7152 words)

  
 GENERAL ASSEMBLY MARKS 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF LIBERATION OF NAZI DEATH CAMPS
 We must be on the watch for any revival of anti-Semitism, and ready to act against the new forms of it that are appearing today”, he said.
Those who today preached and practiced the cult of death -- suicide terrorism, the scourge of the new terrorism -- must be tried for their crimes against humanity, he said.  “The past is the present, but the future is still in our hands, yours as well as mine”, he said.  Those who survived
, which had passed bills against anti-Semitism and racism, had taken resolutions in Parliament, and had, had a national Shoah commemoration day, observed every year.  But more needed to be done because the challenge was serious and the stakes were high.
www.un.org /News/Press/docs/2005/ga10330.doc.htm   (6136 words)

  
 Newspaper Abstracts
Our new Docks are still in an unfinished state, and will not be perfectly complete before a month or six weeks when it is expected they will be given up by the contractors to the Harbour Commissioners.
The new Chapel of Kilrush is now being slated and when it is covered in, which is expected to be in November, will be consecrated by the Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese.
Mathew has kindly promised to preach the consecration sermon, and on this occasion will administer the pledge in Kilrush, where he is most anxiously expected, as it is his first visit to that extensive and populous district.
www.irelandoldnews.com /Galway/1840/OCT.html   (9628 words)

  
 Paranormal News -- Your Source for UFO and Paranormal Related Information
On Sunday, September 21, 2003, at 3:30 p.m., Paul Spera "was sitting at my window" at his home in Franklin, New Hampshire (population 8,405) "and noticed the object came down out of a cloud.
"Shonnie Gordon’s Takapu Valley farmhouse, near Tawa, Wellington," on New Zealand’s North Island, "was showered with muck on Sunday," September 14, 2003.
Readers may post news items from UFO Roundup on their Web sites or in news groups provided that they credit the newsletter and its editor by name and list the date of issue in which the item first appeared.
www.paranormalnews.com /article.asp?ArticleID=739   (3594 words)

  
 INTOSAI News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The 42nd Meeting of the INTOSAI Governing Board was held at Vienna on June 24 and 25, 1996.
Core papers were contributed on these sub-themes by the SAIs of New Zealand, Canada, South Africa and Bangladesh, with discussion papers on these core papers presented by the SAIs of Singapore, Australia, Tanzania and the United Kingdom.
The discussions culminated in the Lahore Declaration, which recognised that SAIs should be responsive to changes in governance processes and should bear in mind that their ultimate stakeholders are the Parliament and the general public, and that the promotion of good governance is an important aspect of their work in the public interest.
www.asosai.org /journal1997/intosai_news.htm   (805 words)

  
 In The News: Spring / Summer 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Saakashvili's education at Columbia Law School was mentioned in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Washington Times, The International Herald Tribune, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, NPR and Channel News Asia.
Lu was the first student to graduate from Columbia with simultaneous degrees in business, in law and from the undergraduate college and is now a successful financier.
Their essays were about the admissibility of expert testimony on eyewitness identification ("News in Brief," May 28, 2004).
www.law.columbia.edu /alumni/alumni_news/2004/sprisumm_04   (3749 words)

  
 Iranian Alert - October 26, 2004 [EST]- IRAN LIVE THREAD - "Americans for Regime Change in Iran"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
As Tony Snow of the Fox News Network has put it, “this is probably the most under-reported news story of the year.” As a result, most American’s are unaware that the Islamic Republic of Iran is NOT supported by the masses of Iranians today.
As WorldNetDaily previously reported exclusively, Hassan Nemazee, 54, a New York investment banker and former board member of a pro-Tehran lobby, delivered a one-hour deposition earlier this month in New York City in a $10 million defamation lawsuit against Aryo Pirouznia, leader of the Student Movement Coordination Committee for Democracy in Iran.
The official IRNA news agency said lawmakers want to give the bill a "double urgency" status, meaning it could be discussed in parliament in the next few days.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1256961/posts?page=23   (10741 words)

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