Posts Tagged ‘new zealand’
In November, John Key led his National coalition to victory and became New Zealand’s third prime minister of Jewish descent.
(World Jewish Digest, November 2008)
A judge’s ruling could add New Zealand to the list of countries making their abortion laws more restrictive. But the issue, while hugely partisan in the United States, isn’t being mentioned by the re-election campaign of Prime Minister Helen Clark.
(Women’s eNews, September 23, 2008)
With their homeland in danger, workers from Tuvalu travel abroad in search of employment.
(Alicia Patterson Reporter, Fall 2008)
New Zealand’s legendary rugby squad may be struggling on the pitch, but is still a national obsession.
(Rugby Magazine, Nov/Dec 2008)
Climate change threatens Tuvalu’s very existence.
(Alicia Patterson Reporter, Summer 2008)
Former US ambassador Carol Moseley Braun is a fringe candidate in next year’s presidential election.
(The Southland Times (Invercargill, New Zealand), September 11, 2003)