Sat, 14 Jul 2012 6:00p.m.
Thousands of protestors have marched through the country's streets to protest asset sales. Thirteen demonstrations, from Dunedin to Hokianga, were organised by a group called Aotearoa is Not for Sale.
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6/08/2012 12:37:22 p.m.
Austrian Economics versus Mainstream Economics
30/07/2012 8:21:28 a.m.
What expecting of this country is the Tangata Whenua to Govern the Aotearoa New Zealand..The Tagata Whenua has the skills to Self Govern including the equal rights of way to their treasures..We all pay power bills and water rates, who owns them..
16/07/2012 2:18:37 p.m.
Austrian economics wrote:
Take Germany, Asset Sales is not accepted becuase 'Austrian economics'
Take the rest of the world US/UK/JAP/AUS/IRL/SPAIN/Greece/SA
They follow 'Neo-classical Economics becuase Govts have failed to protect there citzen from Bankers.
Mighty River Power shares debuted on the share market this afternoon, and immediately leapt 20c - or about 8 percent - in value.
All eyes will be on the Mighty River Power share price when the company lists this afternoon.
Finance Minister Bill English says the Government is "happy enough" with the price achieved for Mighty River Power shares.
Finance Minister Bill English has announced the share price for Mighty River Power this evening.
Shearer says it won't be difficult for anti-asset sales campaigners to collect the remaining signatures they need.
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