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Napier Council Easter Sunday Trading Decision to High Court

Thursday, 1 February 2018, 4:19 pm | Dr Robin Gwynn

Napier Council Decision on Easter Sunday Trading Goes to High Court Application has been made in the High Court of New Zealand (Napier Registry) for Judicial Review of the Napier City Council’s decision in 2017 to introduce a new Easter Sunday ... More >>

Napier J.P.Resigns Following Passage of GCSB Amendment Bill

Thursday, 22 August 2013, 11:35 am | Dr Robin Gwynn

Yesterday, Parliament passed the Government Communications Security Bureau and Related Legislation Amendment Bill, making it possible for New Zealand citizens and residents to be spied on in a new manner which contradicts the New Zealand Bill of Rights. More >>

Wards Decision Welcomed

Thursday, 12 April 2007, 4:10 pm | Dr Robin Gwynn

Napier city councillor Dr Robin Gwynn said today he was delighted to welcome the decision of the Local Government Commission that Napier should have a partial ward system. More >>

Press Council Rejects Gwynn’s Case

Thursday, 30 December 2004, 10:05 am | Dr Robin Gwynn

The Press Council today announced its findings with regard to a complaint I took before it over the Hawke’s Bay Today coverage of the 2004 local body elections. More >>

Gwynn Cites Hawke's Bay Today

Monday, 4 October 2004, 2:28 pm | Dr Robin Gwynn

Napier mayoral candidate Dr Robin Gwynn announced today that he has cited the only local daily newspaper, Hawke's Bay Today, before the Press Council. More >>

Reality And Media Spin

Wednesday, 8 September 2004, 1:38 pm | Dr Robin Gwynn

[Background: the region's only daily paper Hawke's Bay Today has stated baldly on several occasions, most recently and prominently at the top of page 2 on Monday 6 September, that "this year's local government elections lack any big issues". This ... More >>

Health Emerges As Council Election Issue

Friday, 3 September 2004, 10:58 am | Dr Robin Gwynn

Health emerged as a Council election issue at the first Napier election meeting yesterday, hosted by the Taradale Senior Citizens, as several candidates commented on Napier’s inadequate health services. More >>

DHB Responsible For Napier Maternity Crisis

Monday, 16 August 2004, 10:32 am | Dr Robin Gwynn

Napier’s birthing provisions are appalling for a city of over 55,000 people. The problems with the service lie fair and square with the District Health Board. More >>

 

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