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Archive of December 2017

Christmas Eves-Dropping

Thu 28th December 2017:

I like to pay attention and be observant of the public picture, always looking for a story, and I have one I think is worth sharing. Supermarkets along with other industries help paint a social picture and this was the backdrop on this occasion …

Christmas Day Event – (get your tickets ASAP)

Sat 16th December 2017:

WHAT: Christmas Day Event (open to ALL) WHERE: Viaduct Events Centre -161 Halsey Street, Westhaven. Auckland WHEN: Monday 25th December 2017 – 11.30am – 2.30pm HOW TO GET TICKETS To obtain tickets, phone the City Mission ASAP on (09) 303 9200 from 7am on weekdays. If you are too late, don’t worry – we can […]

Scott v Williams

Tue 12th December 2017:

Supreme court divorce case. Contributors with analysis or opinion please comment, and if possible provide relevant links.

Dads On The Air

Wed 6th December 2017:

Many years back I was in contact with a variety of groups focused on men’s issues across the ditch, or our kwaussie cussies, however you like to discribe them. It was interesting to get an email on the progress with … Dads On The Air … The link will take you to their website. There […]

Elder Abuse – the new suicide

As the numbers climbed in the suicide statistics, the information dried up, the the system shut up, the media was gaged under the pretext that talking about the issue would cause copycat fatalities and unnecessary deaths, and for decades a few – at least a few us – fought against a determined administration that did […]

Sexism in Unemployment

Sun 3rd December 2017:

It is not unusual to see debates raging over female employment, especially when it comes to the higher-end income packages and any perception of a barrier to these being available on demand to at least the minimum 50% gender quota, which without justification excludes, those candidates hoping to qualify by self-entitlement to positions, that don’t […]

Check out this gender imbalance in Dept of Corrections

Fri 1st December 2017:

We came across this web page with a video clip for recruiting psychologists to the Dept of Corrections. It involves only female psychologists and shows them working with all male clients. It shows two females running a group, presumably in prison, with all males. We don’t think this is ok.

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