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Poison Concerns Presented At The People’s Inquiry Hearings

Wednesday, 8 September 2021, 6:21 am | The People's Inquiry 2020

After 2 years of planning, The People’s Inquiry, Te Uiuinga a Ngā Tāngata online public Hearing occurred September 2 – 4. All sessions were booked- up in advance: showing the Inquiry met a genuine need for people to be heard and acknowledged for More >>

Online People’s Inquiry Launches Thursday September 2nd 2021

Wednesday, 1 September 2021, 6:26 am | The People's Inquiry 2020

The Peoples Inquiry online hearings go live this Thursday September 2nd and continue through to Saturday 4th. Interested people can register to attend and observe the hearings here . Topics covered include: Thursday 2nd Sept, Day 1 - Orchard spray More >>

Fraudulent Consultation On Aerial 1080 Poisonings Continue To Cause Conflict

Friday, 21 August 2020, 4:09 pm | The People's Inquiry 2020

The Department of Conservation (DoC) spends millions of taxpayers’ money annually, trying to convince the New Zealand public that aerial 1080 poison is a safe and acceptable means of wild animal control. But, when it comes to consultation with local communities, More >>

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 | The People's Inquiry 2020

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 >>




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