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Stephenson Responds To Govt Reaction On NZSAS/Torture Issue

Wednesday, 11 May 2011, 12:37 pm | Jon Stephenson

On 2 May, chief of defence force Lieutenant-General Rhys Jones issued a media statement about my article Eyes Wide Shut (Metro, May edition). That statement makes a number of claims that I believe to be misleading or false, and which I respond to below. More >>

Interview with Daniel Domscheidt-Berg of Open Leaks

Tuesday, 29 March 2011, 2:09 pm | Jon Stephenson

Editor's note: Daniel Domscheidt-Berg left WikiLeaks in September 2010 and has since founded Open Leaks. A book about his experience and separation from WikiLeaks was released in February, 2011 entitled "Inside WikiLeaks: Meine Zeit bei der gefährlichsten ... More >>

Photo-Essay: John Minto Visits South Africa

Sunday, 10 May 2009, 12:15 pm | Jon Stephenson

Photo-Essay by Jon Stephenson: John Minto, the public face of the campaign to stop the 1981 Springbok Rugby Tour of NZ, recently travelled for the first time to South Africa, in the midst of that country's elections. More >>

Chinese Earthquake Victims Fear Second Disaster Lo

Thursday, 15 May 2008, 11:21 pm | Jon Stephenson

Foreign correspondent Jon Stephenson is in Dujiangyan, China, which is about 100 kilometres from Wenchuan, the epicentre of Monday's 7.9-magnitude quake. He filed the following images taken at the Juyuan Middle School in Juyuan Township where 900 ... More >>

Corp Apiata VC's Comrade Speaks Of Straight Up Guy

Sunday, 8 July 2007, 10:45 pm | Jon Stephenson

A straight-up guy, an outstanding soldier, and a mate you can rely on. That's how one of Willy Apiata's comrades describes the SAS trooper who last Monday was awarded the Victoria Cross for saving the life of a fellow soldier in Afghanistan. More >>

Exclusive: PhotoEssay Under Siege in North Lebanon

Monday, 2 July 2007, 9:49 am | Jon Stephenson

Jon Stephenson Photo-Essay: For the past month the Lebanese Army has bee shelling Fatah Al Islam insurgents who have infiltrated Nahr Al Bared refugee camp in north Lebanon. The fighting has caused an estimated 20,000 Palestinian refugees to flee ... More >>

Pakistan Images Part Two: Life Amid The Rubble

Thursday, 5 January 2006, 8:47 pm | Jon Stephenson

A man huddles inside a rug against the cold at the earthquake-devastated town of Balakot, in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province. At night, temperatures plummet, and many survivors have inadequate clothing and shelter. More >>

Jon Stephenson: Images Of Post-Quake Pakistan

Wednesday, 4 January 2006, 11:48 am | Jon Stephenson

Just prior to Christmas New Zealand journalist Jon Stephenson assisted by an Asia New Zealand media award toured earthquake devastated Pakistan. Accompanying Mr Stephenson on the two week trip through the often fought over and now ruined province of Kashmir ... More >>