Month: June 2013

Why home detention is a joke

Man sick of playing Xbox on home detention asks for jail NZ Herald 5 June 2013 A Whangarei man who was “sick of playing Xbox” while on home detention has been granted his wish to serve the rest of his…

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Yet more problems with prostitution

Manukau Courier 6 June 2013 A minister is losing patience with the street prostitutes using his church’s car park as a destination to take clients. Pastor Stephen Miller of Manukau New Life Church in Manurewa was forced to take a…

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I Am a Survivor of Abortion, Here is My Story

LifeNews.com 2 June 2013 “I thought that I was the only one until I found this website.” “Me, too!” “I’ve never told anyone about this, but I felt compelled to share it with you.” “I’m a survivor, too, and I…

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Another country to add to the list of woes

Germany – How Legalizing Prostitution Has Failed Speigel Online 30 May 2013 When Germany legalized prostitution just over a decade ago, politicians hoped that it would create better conditions and more autonomy for sex workers. It hasn’t worked out that way,…

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Good parents smacking NO, Druggies in P labs NO WORRIES

Children raised in meth labs NZ Herald 2 June 2013 Police have found children living in a P lab with drugs and two loaded rifles inside the house – yet Child Youth and Family had “no care and protection concerns”…

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Solo mum blocks male bonding session

Sunday Star Times 2 June 2013 A father-son bonding session planned by a North Island primary school was cancelled after a single mother demanded to be included. Two “Band of Brothers” seminars were arranged by Matakana School to help fathers…

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Could I have all of them?

The Telegraph (UK) 30 May 2013 Marriage makes people happier than religious beliefs, earning six-figure salaries and having children, a study for the Office of National Statistics has found for the first time. The ONS has found that being married…

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Russia to ban same-sex foreign couples from adopting

MailOnline (UK) 3 June 2013 Vladimir Putin will ban foreign homosexual couples from adopting Russian children, the government has confirmed. An amendment restricting foreign adoptions to ‘traditional’ families will be submitted to parliament in its autumn session by the government,…

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