Six Indian community groups in New Zealand received a grant from the new Ethnic Communities Development Fund. The associations successful in receiving the grant this year are the Northland Indian Association Inc, New Plymouth Indian Community Inc, Indian Social and Cultural Club Christchurch, NZ Telugu Association, NZ Tamil Senior Citizens Org, and New Zealand India Central Association (NZICA).
While NZICA was the recipient of the largest grant of $25,000, the others were successful in receiving grants of $5000 each.
The contestable fund is aimed at improving New Zealand’s social cohesion and supporting the development of established and emerging ethnic communities. Read the rest of this entry »
The foreign driver who allegedly crashed into a journalist riding a horse didn’t slow down as he passed, her daughter has told a court.
Peng Wang, 29, a Chinese national, is on trial at the North Shore District Court for careless driving causing injury to Newshub journalist Karen Rutherford last August 20.
Rutherford and her daughter Ella, 13, were riding on Postman Rd in Dairy Flat, north of Auckland, when a car hit her horse, Curious George, throwing the journalist into the ditch.
The 43-year-old’s leg catapulted into her head, the force of which tore the skin and tissue away from the muscle, almost ripping off her leg. She also suffered multiple broken bones and gashes. Read the rest of this entry »
As major elections in Europe draw near, populist-nationalist candidates Geert Wilders and Marine Le Pen lead their races in the Netherlands and France, respectively, fueled by crucial support from youthful, energized voting bases.
While the mainstream media would have the general public believing that national sovereignty and anti-globalism are the agendas of only old, rich, white racists, the truth is that young voters are breaking the collectivist conditioning drilled into them by corrupted education systems, mindless celebrity pawns and weaponized media and advertising.
The ANZAC Declaration: Australia First Party And New Zealand Nationalist Alliance
The ANZAC Declaration: Australia First Party And The New Zealand National Front: Declaration Of Common Interests And Future Relations June 14 2008. and the ANZAC Manifesto Of The Australia First Party And The New Zealand Nationalist Alliance June 14 2008.
Reaffirmation of Declaration
March 8 2017.
The nationalists recognise that there is a long historical link between the two countries. This connection has had a face in war (the shared ANZAC legacy) and a basis in common origins.
Today, Australia and New Zealand have both different and similar current internal problems to resolve, but they certainly face common threats, extant and future - from the New World Order regime based in America and its globalisation measures and wars, refugees, the crisis of Third World population and immigration and the rise of the Chinese superpower and its imperialist activities in the South Pacific. These dangers unite the two countries in a common destiny. To survive our time, a new arrangement of common defence and alliance must be forged.
The Australia First Party intends to - and shall manage to - unite all genuine patriotic people into a united nationalist party.
The Australian and New Zealand nationalists are resolved to exchange ideas and information, to campaign jointly whenever possible and to build a firm association for the future. Read the rest of this entry »
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