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Hard1 writes about Steve Braunias’s coverage of Rachel MacGregor

For all the women trapped in situations where they must withstand abuse to hold in place the more secure aspects of their lives, Rachel MacGregor’s experience highlights the inherent vulnerability of being paired in employment with a boss with an agenda to use the job to play his games. Read more »

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Don’t you know who I am?

No Aaron.

I think the answer was much more simple than that.

They knew who you are.

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via Mirror

A beaming Pippa Middleton was all smiles as she left church after tying the knot with City financier James Matthews. Read more »

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Carlos Barria / Reuters

Obama Care has to go.  Still here.  The Wall has to go up now.  No wall.  And all Muslims can’t be trusted until he has a way to vet them.

Have a guess what country Trump has visited as his very first official overseas trip as President?

Top regional ally Saudi Arabia has said the trip will conclude political and commercial agreements and help bolster the joint fight against Islamist militants. Read more »

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A real estate agent who frequently unzipped his fly, made lewd jokes and commented on a junior staff member’s breasts and underwear has been found guilty of sexual harassment and bullying. Read more »

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An Auckland police dog has been injured chasing down a runaway criminal, requiring surgery.

Axle the eight-year-old German Shepherd is off the streets for about a month after injuring a ligament in a hind leg while “over-extended himself while running”, a police spokeswoman said.

“He underwent surgery yesterday afternoon and is now recovering at the vet,” Auckland City District Police said. “He will be back with his handler and family before the end of the week and no doubt getting lots of cuddles and attention.”

So keen to get the scumbag he pulled a ligament.  Give that dog another soup bone.   Read more »

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Here we go again

The Solicitor-General is applying to lift the stay of proceedings against serial rapist Malcolm Rewa, paving the way for him to be prosecuted for Susan Burdett’s murder.

The announcement was made by police on Tuesday, two years after Teina Pora was freed from prison having wrongfully served 22 years for Burdett’s murder.

If the application is granted, the police would be free to charge Rewa with murder.

The announcement has thrilled Pora’s supporters, including his legal team, as well as Rewa’s other rape victims.

 

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And so arrives another Monday signalling the start of Week Two of the Craig v Slater trial.

As I understand it, Cam Slater’s counsel Brian Henry finished cross examining Colin Craig on Friday.  Before Mr Craig is allowed to come off the stand, he will have to face a number of questions from the judge. Read more »