19 November 2019

Dying for his faith

Edition No 19, 31 August 2007

Online editor: Joseph Barratt

Dying for his faith
On hunger strike for more than a month, Ali Reza Panah is weak, suffering memory loss, and is still no closer to release from an Auckland prison cell.

Key evidence not heard, says Iraqi
An Iraqi drug courier who has been imprisoned for five years was unable to put his full case before a New Zealand court.

Flu threat grounds Kiwi’s horses
A former AUT University journalism student is concerned her event horses destined for Australia are going to be stuck in New Zealand thanks to the equine flu.

Bottle banks too costly, says Kiwis
New Zealanders would go back to 1970s-style bottle banks but they don’t want to pay for the privilege, a new survey shows.

Flaws highlighted in privacy week
The Privacy Commissioner has released a set of guidelines to help businesses and the government deal with breaches of privacy- but they are only voluntary.

Also in this issue:

An academic conspiracy Native bush flourishing on island, thanks to volunteers AUT student scores spot at World Cup  



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