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by Dieuwe de Boer · 05/02/2018 10am
On a quiet Wednesday last week, the Senate of the Dominion of Canada voted in favour of neutering their national anthem. The offending words "thy sons" were replaced with a more inclusive "of us".
by Dieuwe de Boer · 04/12/2017 9am
When you read a headline like " Gun shop urges parents to buy their children weapons to 'keep them active' ", some people might get worried. The headline of course, is fake news. The advertisement was put in Wellington letterboxes by Gun City, promoting a deal on an air rifle for supervised children to shoot in the backyard. It contained safety information ...
Men's Rights
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 13/06/2017 8pm
Misogynistic, racist, homophobic. The men’s rights movement is often dismissed by the mainstream media as nothing more than a hate group- an assortment of angry chauvinists intent on forcing women into a life of servitude at the hands of men.
Surrendered wife
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 20/05/2017 7pm
by Louie Jerome · 27/02/2017 7pm
There is a lot of debate on what being a “feminist” entails these days. In a couple of months’ time, New Zealand may be hosting a woman who can genuinely stake a claim to be a “feminist” and one who should garner the support of all those who claim to sympathize with the feminist movement.
by Andrew Ryan · 22/02/2017 10am
In plain words, halal is anything that is created under the Islamic law called sharia. There are 5 types of ahkam (which means activity) that confined the action of Moslems, halal literally means it is in the “allowed” category, whereas terms like haram means it is forbidden under Islam.
New Zealand Culture ANZ Bank Advertisement
by Simon · 01/02/2017 7pm
It's not often that I'll go out of my way to sing the praises of a multinational corporation, however I've just seen an advertisement from ANZ which has an important theme. Whether it was intentional or not I don't know. The one minute long ad shows a young European boy bouncing on a trampoline before throwing a bouncy ball at a window to attract the ...
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