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ENG: Gareth Thomas Llewelyn Hughes (born 31 October 1981) is a New Zealand politician and member of the Green Party. He took a seat in Parliament as the next person on the Green party list following the retirement of Jeanette Fitzsimons. Political career In the 2008 elections, Hughes stood in the Ōhariu electorate, placing fourth with 7.06% of the vote. However, Hughes was campaigning mostly for the party vote, of which the Green Party gained 9.13%. In 2009 Hughes co-ordinated Greenpeace New Zealand's 'Sign On' campaign, which called for stronger action on climate change. Following the retirement of list MP Jeanette Fitzsimons Hughes was declared elected as the next candidate on the Green party list, ranked at place 11. He was sworn in as an MP on 16 February 2010. He was the ...
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Green MP's nose ran red after game‎


MP Gareth Hughes will have plastic surgery to repair a badly broken nose, busted while playing for the Parliamentary Rugby XV. Hughes, the only Green Party MP in the side, suffered the injury on Monday in a game against a Diplomatic Corps XV in Wellington. The match was a warm-up for the Parliamentary World Cup, starting next Sunday. The broken nose forced him out of yesterday's game against a West Coast invitational team in Greymouth – won by the Coasters 12-0. "I got the ball out of a ruck and started charging it up," Hughes said. "But then I got knocked with some guy's ...


Gareth Hughes Talking About Warm Healthy Rentals


Green Party MP Gareth Hughes is touring universities to promote his new member’s bill that will help ensure everyone has a warm home. Tomorrow Gareth will be in Dunedin talking to students about the substandard housing they have to live in. Gareth will also be touring cold flats in Dunedin between 3.30 and 4.30pm and will be staying the night in another cold flat - 620 Great King Street (by the University).Adequate housing is an essential that all New Zealanders should be guaranteed. We know that there are a lot of cold damp rentals out there and that lots of people have to live in them ...


Infrastructure Bill - Gareth Hughes discusses


Location: ParliamentGARETH HUGHES (Green): Kia ora, Mr Deputy Speaker. I am happy to take a call on this legislation tonight. It is mostly common sense.I want to talk about a couple of loves of mine: rugby and the Rugby World Cup. In less than 500 days the world cup kicks off, and it will be the biggest ever event for New Zealand to host, but also a good time for infrastructure opportunities, and a chance we could have taken advantage of to leverage our natural assets and actually built our prosperity. It is a big deal because the world cup is part of the Government's five infrastructure ...


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Manchester City transfers: The 10 best and 10 worst Premier League signings - Daily Mail
Daily MailManchester City transfers: The 10 best and 10 worst Premier League signingsDaily MailPicked up by Mark Hughes from Hamburg for £6m in 2008 before the big money rolled in, the Belgian is arguably the greatest piece of business in City's history. Has been the solid foundation on which two title-winning sides have been built and few would ...and more »
With Hobbit and LoTR in the can, Trolls no longer welcome in New Zealand - The Register
The RegisterWith Hobbit and LoTR in the can, Trolls no longer welcome in New ZealandThe RegisterAfter it passed by a 116-to-5 vote in New Zealand's parliament, Gareth Hughes, one of the four Greens MPs to vote against the bill, said it was overly broad and “risks limiting our freedom of expression”. NZ Labour said it was “wedged” by the NZ ...Law to protect against 'vicious' bullyingRadio New ZealandSending harmful messages online now criminal offenceStuff.co.nzHarmful Digital Communications Bill passes third readingMāori TelevisionTVNZ -Newstalk ZB -SunLiveall 40 news articles »
Trolling Is Now Illegal in New Zealand - The Libertarian Republic
The Libertarian RepublicTrolling Is Now Illegal in New ZealandThe Libertarian RepublicNew Zealand is now the most recent country to censor free speech on the Internet, preventing Tumblr trolls and cyber-bullies from being jerks to people online. The country passed a bill called the Harmful Digital Communications Bill, in hopes of ...
Denying GB women footballers a place at the Olympics is atrocious decision - The Guardian (blog)
The Guardian (blog)Denying GB women footballers a place at the Olympics is atrocious decisionThe Guardian (blog)As it turned out, the men would not have qualified anyway because of the limp performance of Gareth Southgate's England Under-21 side in the Czech Republic. Obviously, it is hard to ... in the debate on Fifa reform. It is hard not to conclude that the ...and more »



 
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