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SRB: A Bougainvillian gives Mr Pip the thumbs-up

Saturday, 15 March 2008, 12:52 am | Jeremy Rose

Lloyd Jones’s award winning Mr Pip has been celebrated from London to New York but until now a Bougainvillian voice has been absent from those praising it. More >>

SRB: Bougainville’s self-determination struggle

Saturday, 15 March 2008, 12:46 am | Jeremy Rose

Many readers of Lloyd Jones’s Mr Pip come to the novel unaware that there is even an island called Bougainville let alone with any knowledge of the conflict that provides the backdrop to the award winning work. More >>

SBR: Bougainville’s struggle for self-determinatio

Friday, 14 March 2008, 9:46 pm | Jeremy Rose

“I stood there watching one of the BRA [Bougainville Revolutionary Army] soldiers trembling on the ground with his head bleeding … Five minutes later he was motionless with his mouth closed and eyes open. I took a deep breath and started to drag the ... More >>

SBR: A Bougainvillian gives Mr Pip the thumbs-up

Friday, 14 March 2008, 9:42 pm | Jeremy Rose

Lloyd Jones’s award winning Mr Pip has been celebrated from London to New York but until now a Bougainvillian voice has been absent from those praising it. More >>

SRB: Stutterer Gets R&W Week Off To A Fluent Start

Wednesday, 12 March 2008, 4:33 pm | Jeremy Rose

“Stutterers don’t stutter when they’re talking to dogs…. Unless, perhaps, they’re an intimidatingly intelligent dog,” life-long stutterer and author, David Mitchell, noted while answering a question at the opening session of Wellington’s ... More >>

Images: Spanish Graffiti

Tuesday, 19 February 2008, 5:05 pm | Jeremy Rose

Jeremy Rose's images of graffiti from Spain More >>

1100 People View Suppressed Police Affidavit

Monday, 3 December 2007, 2:39 pm | Jeremy Rose

The person responsible for posting the police affidavit from the so-called Urewera 17 "terrorism" case on the internet says it was accessed by 1100 people before it was withdrawn. (Many of those people are likely to have forwarded the document to ... More >>

Journalism Matters: Jeremy Rose On Media Ownership

Monday, 13 August 2007, 3:26 pm | Jeremy Rose

Jeremy Rose Speaks At The Journalism Matters Conference Sunday 12 September - Parliament Buildings - Image By Kevin List Click for big version More >>

Barcelona’s annual orgy of car lust

Wednesday, 20 June 2007, 11:41 am | Jeremy Rose

Bicycles were the fashion-accessory of choice for car manufacturers at this year’s Barcelona Car Show. A shiny Mercedes sedan was bedecked with two Mercedes-branded mountain bikes, while Skoda showed off its nifty Roomster with built-in bike carrier, ... More >>

Time To Get Serious About Nuclear Free Middle East

Friday, 30 March 2007, 10:57 am | Jeremy Rose

The United Nation’s General Assembly, The Security Council, the Arab League, Iran, Israel, Egypt, and the Non-Aligned Movement are just some of those who have publicly lent their support to a Middle East nuclear free zone over the past three decades. More >>

Jeremy Rose: Globalisation’s Unsung Martyrs

Monday, 3 April 2006, 12:47 am | Jeremy Rose

In same the week that ETA announced an indefinite ceasefire - after more than 40 years of terrorism and 817 deaths - Spanish police revealed that between 1000 and 1500 sub-Saharan Africans had died attempting to reach the Canary Islands in the ... More >>

Jeremy Rose: Barcelona’s Christmas Crapper Canned

Sunday, 25 December 2005, 8:11 am | Jeremy Rose

The traditional Caganer – a figurine of a man taking a shit – that has been gracing nativity scenes in Catalonia since at least the 16th century has been omitted from Barcelona’s official Christmas display this year because it was felt not to be in ... More >>

Jeremy Rose: God Save Us From National Anthems

Friday, 15 February 2002, 10:05 am | Jeremy Rose

One of the things that makes me proud to be a New Zealander is how few of us know the words to our national anthem. More >>

A Chance To Save The World A Thousand Times

Wednesday, 6 February 2002, 1:10 pm | Jeremy Rose

Legend has it that some of my ancestors spent time in the Sinai Desert. But I doubt that Richard Prebble had people like my grandparents, who arrived in New Zealand as refugees from Hitler in 1939, in mind when he spoke of the danger of letting too ... More >>

Scoop Images: Samoa - "It's going crazy"

Sunday, 12 November 2000, 1:50 pm | Jeremy Rose

Friday 11th November - APIA: Pupils at Apia's Loto Taumafai Education Centre for the Disabled staged an enactment of the Tua/Lewis fight today. More >>

Scoop Images: Children's Performance For Tuaman

Saturday, 11 November 2000, 1:29 pm | Jeremy Rose

Samoan children at a school for the deaf and disabled put a David Tua performance on today in Apia, Samoa. More >>

TUA FIGHT: Super Sporting Saturday in Samoa

Friday, 10 November 2000, 12:03 am | Jeremy Rose

It’s being billed as Super Sporting Saturday in Samoa. A day which will start at 4.30am Saturday Samoan time (Samoa is 24 hours behind NZ) with the Manu Samoa vs Wales test, continues with the league World Cup quarter-final between Toa Samoa and ... More >>

Jeremy Rose: Pacifism And Genocide

Friday, 10 September 1999, 1:21 am | Jeremy Rose

In the first guest commentary of the Scoop Special on East Timor, Wellington journalist - and committed pacifist - Jeremy Rose struggles with the question of when an armed intervention is warranted. More >>

 

 

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