Month: July 2015

ABC Pushes ‘Polyamory’ With ‘Trailblazing Triad’

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NewsBusters 27 July 2015 ABC’s Nightline hyped a polyamorous, “trailblazing triad” on Thursday evening, highlighting the threesome’s “unusual modern family.” The segment began with a shot of the throuple in bed together with their two children, who share a father…

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Government should increase paid leave for parents

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Christchurch Press Editorial 28 July 2015 For the second time Labour MP Sue Moroney has had a bill to extend paid parental leave to six months drawn from the ballot of private member’s bills.   The bill was  defeated as…

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Support For Euthanasia Decreases As Harms Revealed

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Media Release 28 July 2015 Family First NZ says that latest Research NZ poll on euthanasia reveals a welcome decrease in support for euthanasia from its previous poll, and believes that support for a law change will continue to fall…

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Kids using iPads at risk of chronic pain later in life

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NZ Herald 27 July 2015 Children who spend more than 30 minutes on their iPads in one sitting could be sowing the seeds for chronic neck and back pain later in life, experts have warned. Research suggests that hunching over…

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Euthanasia rates have not increased

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  Scoop co.nz 25 July 2015 Media Release Euthanasia – Free New Zealand 24 July 2015 According to an anonymous survey published today, 16 New Zealand GPs have explicitly hastened a patient’s death by prescribing, supplying or administering drugs. That…

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The Big Gay Marriage Lie

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The Federalist 24 July 2015 It has become devastatingly clear that virtually the entirety of the gay-marriage activist effort was built on a lie. That lie, repeated ad nauseam, was this: gay marriage will affect nobody outside of the gays…

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Labour’s paid parental bill back on table

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Radio NZ News 24 July 2015 The MP who has a paid parental leave bill back on the table for a second time, believes she now has the numbers to get it passed into law. Labour’s Sue Moroney has had…

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Most vulnerable toddlers not getting available help – study

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3News 24 July 2015   Questions have been raised whether country’s support services are effectively targeting those most in need following the release of new research today. The Growing up in New Zealand study says only one in five families whose…

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1 in 3 Victims of Family Violence Are Male – Research

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Media Release 25 July 2015 Family First NZ says that research in association with the Department of Internal Affairs, Alcohol and Drug Association of New Zealand and the Canterbury Men’s Centre has found that 38% of recent victims of family…

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