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Tougher sanctions aim to reduce welfare dependency

Social Development Minister Louise Upston has announced an increase in benefit sanctions starting June, focusing particularly on young jobseekers. The Ministry of Social Development (MSD)...

Rescue the unborn being dragged to the slaughter!

“Rescue those who are being dragged to death, and from those tottering to execution withdraw not. If you say, “I know not this man!”...

How ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’ is wrecking the American dream

Hiring by quota and diverting hours of education to ‘social justice’ strips US workplaces of professionals. Once a nation built on the foundation of meritocracy,...

Is the government really serious about condemning Genocide?

Genocide is a violation of human rights and a crime against humanity. The New Zealand government is publicly opposed to genocide and is a signatory...

Argentinian President’s viral 20 minute speech on the evils of socialism leaves WEF globalists stunned

Javier Milei's speech has been viewed 27 million times on Twitter (X) alone, in less than a day. Argentina was once a world power, but...

Record number of migrants arrive in New Zealand

According to provisional estimates from Stats NZ, New Zealand experienced a record number of migrant arrivals in the year up to November 30, totaling...

‘Benefit numbers show scale of repair job ahead’ – Upston

Benefit numbers released today paint a grim picture of the previous government’s economic mismanagement, Social Development and Employment Minister, Louise Upston says. “The fact there...

‘Unacceptable number’ of empty Kāinga Ora social houses across NZ, says Bishop

The number of new social houses sitting vacant across New Zealand is completely unacceptable, Housing Minister Chris Bishop says. “I was dismayed to learn that,...

The Indomitable Human Spirit

The Indomitable Human Spirit that, against all odds, either finds a way or makes one. — MH Many years ago, as a first-year student nurse...

Abortion leading cause of death in world in 2023

More human beings died in abortions internationally than from any other cause of death in 2023. All of these deaths were preventable, and they died...

NZ report card 2023: near the top of the class in some areas, room for improvement elsewhere

End-of-year results aren’t only for school and university students. Countries, too, can be measured for their progress – or lack of it – across...

The Ancient Agonies of the Unelected OverLords

They didn’t have a choice, those infant twins abandoned into the river Tiber. We can only imagine what their Mother went through. What feelings would...

Doctors and nurses should care for their unborn patient, not kill them!

Right to Life calls upon the new government to reverse the previous Labour government’s policy of coercion and seduction to encourage doctors and nurses...

English to be made an official language of NZ – Peters

NZ First leader Winston Peters made the announcement on Twitter (X) this week. New Zealand has two official languages - Maori and NZ Sign Language....

Legal fiction- unborn child not a human being!

Right to Life is privileged to be a voice for the unborn and requests that the new government urgently amend the Crimes Act to...

Results from 2023 Census available from May 2024 – Stats NZ

Data from the 2023 Census will start to be released from Wednesday 29 May 2024, Stats NZ said today. 2023 Census data will be published...

Study reveals how overturning Roe v Wade affected US births

The US Supreme Court ended five decades of abortion legislation in June 2022. Tens of thousands of babies were born in states that have enacted...

Government must address New Zealand’s catastrophic birth rate

Right to Life requests the incoming Prime Minister, Christopher Luxon to urgently address the threat to our nation of our birth rate of 1.58,...

Drilling down into limitless clean energy

The same supervolcano that provides one of the country’s bigger sources of catastrophic risk could well prove part of the answer to one of...

Guy Hatchard: An Open Letter to the MPs of the New Parliament

What are you going to do about record levels of excess deaths and anyone advising you that they don’t matter or even exist? The main...

Record net migration loss of New Zealand citizens

There was a record net migration loss of 44,700 New Zealand citizens in the September 2023 year, according to provisional estimates released by Stats...

Broken by design: Why the elites want everything and everyone to have an expiration date

Is planned obsolescence of products, services and talent part of a creative destruction process under the New Normal? “They don’t make them like they used...

Violence against children begins in the womb!

Right to Life asks why the majority of the churches in New Zealand, who should be at the forefront in defending the right to...

A new law is about to kill free speech and democracy in Australia

A bill on fighting “misinformation and disinformation” and “harm” aims to empower a government agency to police online expression. The Australian Government has recently introduced...

14,164 unborn New Zealand children murdered by State in 2022!

Human life begins at conception and every unborn child a human being endowed by its Creator with an inalienable right to life. The child is...

No more culture wars? Corporate America is finally realizing that getting ‘woke’ is bad for business

Major brands and Hollywood studios appear to be questioning the benefits of social messaging as investors like BlackRock reverse course. From Hollywood studios to beer...

‘Eventbrite succumbs to bullying, falls into censorship trap’ – FSU

Ticketing company Eventbrite has rescinded its services for Genspect's upcoming conference following an activist's complaints over views they allege the conference will platform. Eventbrite should...

Caren Fox to be appointed Chair of the Waitangi Tribunal

Associate Minister of Māori Development Nanaia Mahuta today announced Māori Land Court Chief Judge Caren Fox as the new Chairperson for the Waitangi Tribunal...

New Conservatives leader talks about alcohol

'It's time for New Conservative Leader Helen Houghton to bring a personal, historical battle to light.' Due to family breakdown, Helen started drinking alcohol at...

ACT will repeal ‘undemocratic Māori wards’

“ACT will restore one person, one vote to local government by scrapping race-based representation altogether”, says ACT Leader David Seymour. “Labour has been unapologetically undemocratic...

Does NZ need a ‘Declaration of Unity’?

The United States made their Declaration of Independence in 1776, and South Africa established their ‘Reconciliation’ in 1995. Those were historic, nation defining events that...

You are the population they want to control

Worldwide birthrate per 1,000 people follows a very predictable trend. In “developed” and/or wealthy nations, the birthrate is low and in nations at the lower...

Why are intelligent people so easily tricked?

'As a rule, I have found that the greater brain a man has, and the better educated, the easier it has been to mystify...

‘Online censorship laws’ public feedback due 31 July

Feedback on the government's proposal as outlined in its 'Safer Online Services and Media Platforms Consultation Document' is due Monday 31 July 2023. Reality Check...

Canadian teacher falsely accused of ‘white supremacy’ takes his own life

Richard Bilkszto spent decades in the education sector and was a respected school principal. According to a report in Quillette, Bilkszto attended a presentation by...

Watch: ‘Stop Co-Governance’ meeting in Palmerston North draws protest crowd

About 150 protesters gathered outside the meeting venue in Palmerston North last night. One protester named Victoria managed to get inside the building, but was...

Musk believes ‘ESG is the devil’ and he’s not the only one

The environmental, social, and governance (ESG) agenda once had the staunch backing of billionaires, but now corporations are backtracking. In a June 10 Tweet, Elon...

New York City installs free crack pipe dispensers – media

The street-corner boxes also offer the overdose reversal drug Narcan, condoms, and - soon - syringes. New York City’s first “public health” vending machine, stocked...

UK trials universal basic income

British think tank Autonomy will pay 30 people £1,600 per month for two years while monitoring their mental health. A British think tank announced the...

A proposal that would make us the Hermit Kingdom of the South Pacific

The Dept of Internal Affairs is proposing a new regulator of online content who can censor and penalise according to ill defined/subjective criteria. It's...

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