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Evening Report Video IV: Green Party MP Kevin Hague

Friday, 15 May 2015, 5:06 pm | EveningReport.nz

Evening Report Video Interview: After the pending resignation of Russel Norman, the Green Party co-leadership is being hotly contested. One the two top front-runners is Kevin Hague and he is here with us for an extended interview to talk about: the ... More >>

Tonight on Evening Report - April 16 2015

Thursday, 16 April 2015, 5:42 pm | EveningReport.nz

Government’s ‘Market Will Correct It’ Ideology Exposed. Editorial by Selwyn Manning. THE RESERVE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND has issued a public statement backing a capital gains tax (CGT) as a way of correcting an over-heated Auckland housing market. ... More >>

Sumner Burstyn on All The Timid Children

Tuesday, 14 April 2015, 10:14 am | EveningReport.nz

IF YOU'RE ON FACEBOOK , you’ve probably seen the heart warming clips of Budi the 9-month-old orangutan kept locked in a tiny chicken coop. Budi's muscles and overall development were so damaged by being contained he had to learn to do all the things ... More >>

Evening Report: Cross To North Africa - Yasmine Ryan on ISIS

Friday, 3 April 2015, 3:29 pm | EveningReport.nz

EveningReport.nz - episode 4 crosses to Tunisia to talk with New Zealand foreign correspondent Yasmine Ryan about North Africa and the threat from ISIS in that region. More >>

Evening Report: Live Video Cross To North Africa – 8:30pm

Wednesday, 1 April 2015, 6:10 pm | EveningReport.nz

At 8:30pm tonight on Evening Report we cross live to Tunisia in North Africa to talk to New Zealander and foreign correspondent Yasmine Ryan about the ISIS and al Qaeda threat to the region. More >>

Tonight on Evening Report - March 31 2015

Tuesday, 31 March 2015, 6:24 pm | EveningReport.nz

Tonight on Evening Report we lead with a video cross to Hanoi to gauge how delegates from South East Asia, meeting on nuclear disarmament in Vietnam, have responded to news New Zealand has been spying on its trading partners. This and more in tonight's ... More >>

Live Video Analysis tonight: GCSB's Targeted Ops

Wednesday, 11 March 2015, 4:58 pm | EveningReport.nz

Evening Report (episode 2): Live Video Tonight at 8pm – We will be digging into the fallout of New Zealand GCSB operations targeting South East Asia countries, as exposed in the New Zealand Herald today by Nicky Hager and Ryan Gallagher . More >>

Live Debate Backbone of New eMedia Site

Monday, 9 March 2015, 12:01 pm | Selwyn Manning

EveningReport.nz launches tonight (8pm, March 9, 2015) and is established under its 'Independent Interactive Debate' brand. More >>

NZ Opera’s The Flying Dutchman – What A Brooding Tale

Tuesday, 8 October 2013, 12:21 pm | Selwyn Manning

It must be one of the most brooding operas to have cast its dark spell on a New Zealand audience in quite a time. More >>

Behind The Shroud Broadcasts Tonight 8pm FaceTV & Sky Ch 83

Monday, 5 August 2013, 10:33 am | Selwyn Manning

Tonight for the first time on NZ TV the public will be told why and how the SIS got the Ahmed Zaoui case so wrong. What can we learn from those mistakes? Should the SIS, GCSB and our intelligence aparatus undergo significant reform? This documentary ... More >>

Madame Butterfly Exposes All Too Common Betrayal Of Past

Tuesday, 23 April 2013, 10:16 am | Selwyn Manning

Madame Butterfly Exposes An All Too Common Betrayal Of A Past Time Review by Selwyn Manning. Images by Neil Mackenzie. More >>

Investigative Documentary: Behind The Shroud Released

Tuesday, 4 December 2012, 11:02 am | Selwyn Manning

Ten years has now passed since Algerian politician Ahmed Zaoui arrived in New Zealand seeking asylum. But what assurances have we been given to ensure our intelligence agencies do not fail tax payers again? More >>

Rigoletto: A World Class Performance Of Love And Hate - Live

Saturday, 9 June 2012, 4:50 pm | Selwyn Manning

LiveNews.co.nz Review: Rigoletto is a story of characters whose worlds share a time and place, but are as apart as if experienced in parallel. This is a brilliant performance of Rigoletto by the NBR New Zealand Opera at Auckland's ASB Theatre. More >>

Selwyn Manning State Of It: Does DJ John's Defence Stack Up?

Friday, 10 February 2012, 9:13 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

State Of It: After a hellish week where the Maori Party threatened to walk, the PM John Key's appearance as DJ John on Radio Live has been deemed allegedly unlawful under electoral law. Some people may think this is trivial. I disagree. Here's why. More >>

State Of It: On The Folly Of Political Appointments

Friday, 20 January 2012, 9:16 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

State Of It: The saddest thing in this awful affair is that the National Party's response via its appointment to the board of New Zealand On Air is not one of how to advance a cross-party accord on creating real solutions to child poverty – but ... More >>

State Of It - Shearer's Choice And The Tuesday Showdown

Friday, 16 December 2011, 9:19 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Video & Text Analysis: Selwyn Manning writes that on Monday when Labour leader David Shearer announces his front-line team to take on the National-led Government, the Beehive strategists will swing into action. More >>

State Of It: No Crystal Ball Needed To Define Ideology Plan

Friday, 9 December 2011, 10:38 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Video & Text Analysis: Selwyn Manning writes: From this vantage point, there is no need to look into a crystal-ball to define the 2011-2014 political term. It will be defined as a reformist political term, reformist on ideological grounds. More >>

State Of It: Manning & Williams - Arise King David! (video)

Friday, 2 December 2011, 10:10 am | LiveNews.co.nz

LiveNews.co.nz/Radio Wammo (video): State Of It with Selwyn Manning & Glenn Williams - Arise King David! The politicisation of David Shearer, he says began with the anti-nuclear movement in the 1980s. What can we draw from that? More >>

95bFM/Livenews.co.nz: Why Labour Needs David Shearer

Thursday, 1 December 2011, 8:50 pm | LiveNews.co.nz

95bFM/LiveNews.co.nz (audio) - This week Jon Armistead and Selwyn Manning discuss the battle of the Davids and discuss why Labour needs to choose David Shearer as its new leader. More >>

Resignation Of Scoop Editorial Manager/Director Selwyn Manning

Monday, 28 November 2011, 2:44 pm | Selwyn Manning

Selwyn Manning today publicly announced his resignation as co-editor, editorial manager/director roles with Scoop Media. His resignation took effect at the conclusion of New Zealand's 2011 General Election. More >>

 

 

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