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Glyphosate Risks To Human Health Ignored: Where Is The Duty Of Care?

Friday, 10 July 2020, 11:43 am | The People's Inquiry 2020

Bayer-Monsanto's June 24 announcement of a US$10.9 billion pay out (1) to people who have been harmed by Glyphosate, is effectively an admission of guilt. Spokesperson for The People’s Inquiry 2020 Asha Andersen says, “The Ministry of Health, The ... More >>

New Inquiry Into Impacts And Effects Of Toxic Chemicals Underway

Tuesday, 9 June 2020, 2:12 pm | People's Inquiry

A new national inquiry calling for submissions from those harmed by, or witness to harm from, toxic chemicals or poisons is underway. The People’s Inquiry 2020 - Te Uiuinga a te Tāngata is a citizen-led initiative that aims to create a safe ... More >>

Ombudsman's Report vindicates the People's Inquiry

Wednesday, 12 December 2007, 11:36 am | People's Inquiry into Aerial Spraying

Less than one month after the Minister of Biosecurity denigrated and dismissed the People's Inquiry Report of the impacts and effects of aerial spraying pesticide to eradicate the Painted Apple Moth, a four year investigation by the Ombudsman has ... More >>

Report of the People’s Inquiry released

Monday, 12 November 2007, 8:58 am | People's Inquiry into Aerial Spraying

The long-awaited Report of the March 2006 People's Inquiry into the impacts and effects of the two and a half years of aerial spraying pesticide over urban areas of Auckland has finally been released. More >>

Commissioners Praise People’s Inquiry Process

Thursday, 30 March 2006, 9:30 am | People's Inquiry into Aerial Spraying

The People’s Inquiry into the impacts and effects of aerial spraying pesticide over Auckland closed yesterday. The Commissioners issued the following statement: More >>

People’s Inquiry Kicks Up its Own Storm

Monday, 27 March 2006, 10:21 am | People's Inquiry into Aerial Spraying

With two days left to run, organiser of the People’s Inquiry into the impacts and effects of aerial spraying pesticide over Auckland, are struggling to accommodate the number of people who wish to give oral testimony before the commissioners. More >>

Witnesses From Asia Honour People's Inquiry

Friday, 24 March 2006, 10:15 am | People's Inquiry into Aerial Spraying

Five overseas guests from Indian, Philippines and Malaysia have been attending the six day hearing People's Inquiry into the effects of aerial spraying pesticide in Auckland. More >>

Peoples Inquiry Hears Testimony Of Poisoned People

Thursday, 23 March 2006, 10:03 am | People's Inquiry

"Something happened to my beautiful New Zealand. People were hurt and harmed so much and nobody was there to hear it," said one of the first residents giving evidence at the Peoples Inquiry in Waitakere today. More >>

People’s Inquiry Will Document And Remember

Wednesday, 22 March 2006, 8:48 am | People's Inquiry

Following a powhiri this evening, the People’s Inquiry into the impacts and effects of aerial spraying pesticide over Auckland opens to hearings at Waitakere City Council Chambers tomorrow Wednesday 22nd March at 9.00am More >>

People’s Inquiry Invites MPs to Listen to People

Monday, 20 March 2006, 10:56 am | People's Inquiry into Aerial Spraying

The People's Inquiry into the aerial spraying of pesticides gets underway in Waitakere City on Tuesday evening with a powhiri at Te Piringatahi O Te Maungarongo Marae. More >>

Aerial Spray Impacts Report Delayed Until March

Monday, 31 October 2005, 8:52 am | People's Inquiry into Aerial Spraying

The People’s Inquiry into the impacts and effects of aerial spraying pesticide over urban areas of Auckland due to be held in November this year in Waitakere City, will now take place between the 22nd and 28th March 2006. More >>

Spray inquiry open for registration, submissions

Tuesday, 23 August 2005, 3:56 pm | People's Inquiry into Aerial Spraying

The groundbreaking People's Inquiry to be held in Waitakere City, Auckland into the impacts and effects of aerial spraying pesticides on people in urban areas, is now open for registration and submissions. More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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