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AUT Story: Maori Party Opposes 90-Day Labour Bill

Thursday, 24 August 2006, 4:22 pm | Te Waha Nui

Maori Party co-leader Dr Pita Sharples told thousands of union workers at Aotea Centre today his party would oppose National MP Wayne Mapp’s controversial 90-day employment probation bill. More >>

Papuan HIV/Aids Rate 10 Times Official Figure

Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 11:09 am | Te Waha Nui

HIV/Aids is a growing threat to the West Papuan people and researchers claim the Indonesian-ruled province has an infection rate 10 times higher than official figures. More >>

Freeport Mine ‘Terrible’ Sight From Space

Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 10:56 am | Te Waha Nui

After decades of unrestricted mining by the Freeport McMoran company in West Papua, the environmental and physical devastation is “terrible”. More >>

NZ ‘not doing enough’ over West Papua crisis

Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 10:46 am | Te Waha Nui

The New Zealand Government and media are not doing enough to expose “potential genocide” in West Papua, says Indonesian Human Rights Committee spokesperson Maire Leadbeater. More >>

AUT's Te Waha Nui tops political coverage awards

Thursday, 3 November 2005, 3:02 pm | Te Waha Nui

Auckland University of Technology dominated the Wallace Awards for political journalism and general election coverage this year. More >>

Media Chiefs Consider Pasifika Talent Boost Plan

Monday, 11 October 2004, 8:56 am | Te Waha Nui

By Anna Barge Te Waha Nui (AUT) reporter covering the PIMA conference More >>

Gosche Condemns Reporting Of Pacific Issues

Monday, 11 October 2004, 8:53 am | Te Waha Nui

By Nic Daley Te Waha Nui (AUT) reporter covering the PIMA conference More >>

TVNZ Chief Praises Pacific Media Coverage

Friday, 8 October 2004, 1:18 pm | Te Waha Nui

By AUT journalism student Jonathan Dow - Television New Zealand chief executive Ian Fraser today defended his network's approach to Pacific media coverage and culture but acknowledged that much more needed to be done. More >>




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