Monthly Archives: July, 2005

Zimbabwean residency is a welcome show of compassion

The Green Party is praising the Government for extending permanent residency to some Zimbabweans living in New Zealand.

Greens suggest agenda for dialogue with US

The Green Party is welcoming the call from departing US Ambassador Charles Swindells for more dialogue between his nation and New Zealand.

Don shows he can’t be trusted to keep NZ nuclear-free

The Green Party has slammed Don Brash's latest comments on how to get rid of New Zealand's nuclear free policy.

NZ and US need better systems for visa irregularities

The Government needs to establish a better process for helping New Zealanders detained in the US for visa irregularities, the Green Party says.


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Mosque vandals and UK bombers both target the innocent

The Greens totally condemn the vandalism of Auckland mosques last night, Human Right Spokesperson Keith Locke says.

Make sure James Kirkwood is last NZer abandoned in US

Foreign Minister Phil Goff is being asked by Green MP Keith Locke in writing to look into the apparent mishandling of the case of a New Zealander detained for weeks in the US over a paperwork problem.

Govt should look at Pacific passport

The Green Party is urging the Government to give serious consideration to the idea of a 'Pacific passport' floated by visiting French Polynesia President Oscar Temaru.

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