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Longitudinal family study in jeopardy, King warns‎


Government funding ceases from next July for the 21-year Growing Up in New Zealand study, placing it in jeopardy, according to Labour deputy leader Annette King.Families and data will be lost from the study, Ms King said in Parliament this afternoon.The study was commissioned by the Social Development Ministry in 2008 under the Labour-led Government. The shortfall in Government investment comes before the study is fully established and able to attract other investors.Ms Annette King quizzed social development minister Paula Bennett in the House as to whether the Government would fund it ...


Annette King Called Upon to Resign Immediately


Annette King Called Upon to Resign ImmediatelyIn 2003 the then Health Minister Annette King ordered a class 1 recall (death eminent) of all Pan Pharmaceuticals natural products in alignment with the Australian TGA recall. This recall, instantly recognised as illegal by industry, has now been confirmed as illegal by the NSW Supreme Court in Australia in a court case between Jim Selim, the owner of Pan Pharmaceuticals and the TGA. Jim Selim then sued the TGA for $141 million dollars according to the documents lodged at the Federal Court. Friday 18th of August the ‘Australian’ ...


Govt letting police victims down - Annette King


The Government has a moral obligation to help eight women find closure over police rape and misconduct, Labour deputy leader Annette King says. Ms King was police minister in 2007 when the women came together for the Forum for Complaints of Police Misconduct, which recommended that the Government should consider making compensation payments. Attorney-General Chris Finlayson has now taken the opposite view, saying there was no basis for a claim or payment, despite some of the allegations being proven in court. ... The excuse given by Mr Finlayson - that paying out compensation would open ...



 
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