Yearly Archives: 2005

NZ should join call for Aceh ceasefire to help aid effort

The Greens are calling for New Zealand to add its voice to calls for a durable ceasefire in Aceh to allow aid for tsunami victims to flow freely.

Cabinet must be generous with tsunami aid

The Greens are urging the Cabinet to be generous when it decides tomorrow on what extra aid to give to tsunami victims.

Greens welcome Government’s tsunami package

Green MP Keith Locke has welcomed the Government's tsunami package.

Locke selected to run in Epsom

Green MP Keith Locke was last night selected as the Green Party candidate for the Epsom electorate.

JustPeace #72

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Alleged bribery on relief flights must be fully investigated

Green MP Keith Locke wants a full investigation into allegations that rich people were bribing their way on to RNZAF Hercules relief flights out of Aceh.

“Critical mass” aims to make Symonds St more cycle-friendly

Green MP Keith Locke, who will be participating in an Auckland central city "critical mass" bike ride tonight, wants to make Symonds Street more cycle-friendly.

Greens support aid community’s petition for 0.7% aid

The Greens are calling on the Government to increase its foreign aid budget by $60 million a year for the next ten years so New Zealand can fulfil its international obligations to the world's poor.

Consistency in Human Rights, Peace and Aid

The Prime Minister, in her first speech for the year, said that: \"we have forged an independent foreign policy record we can be proud of.