Monthly Archives: August, 2005

JustPeace #85

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Greens offer Aucklanders a way to fund electric rail system

The Greens are applauding draft plans to extend and electrify the Auckland train network and are proposing a postponement of some motorway developments to pay for it.

Police should zap Taser proposal

The New Zealand Police shouldn't have anything to do with the Taser stun gun, Green Police Spokesperson Keith Locke says.

National stoops to new low in refugee bashing

The National Party's new immigration policy is refugee bashing, Green Party Human Rights Spokesperson Keith Locke says.

Westfield’s decision anti-democratic and irresponsible

Green Party Human Rights Spokesperson Keith Locke has criticised international mall company Westfield for preventing voter enrolment officers from setting up stalls in their shopping complexes.

Greens support pledge’s community policing focus

The Green Party supports Labour's commitment to more community police, Police Spokesperson Keith Locke says.

Green Party Foreign Affairs Policy

The Green Party believes that the main problem in the world is the huge differences in wealth and power within and between countries.

Locke to visit Tonga to support democracy push

Green MP Keith Locke will travel to Tonga tonight to lend support to the movement for democratic reform there, which is currently focused around a month-long civil servants' strike.

JustPeace #86

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