England's Justin Rose has moved into a share of the lead at the PGA's Tour Championship in Atlanta
England's Justin Rose has moved into a share of the lead at the PGA's Tour Championship in Atlanta full story
Billy Slater's final NRL game will be the grand final
Billy Slater's final NRL game will be the grand final full story
The Treaty Negotiations Minister is crossing the ditch this weekend, to engage with ex-pat Maori
The Treaty Negotiations Minister is crossing the ditch this weekend, to engage with ex-pat Maori full story
Quote of the Day
"Illegal aliens have always been a problem in the United States. Ask any Indian" Robert Orben
1906 - Domestic workers call for 68-hour week
At a meeting in Wellington, Marianne Tasker and supporters established a domestic workers’ union, hoping to use the Liberal government’s Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act to force employers to improve pay and conditions. Central to their demands was a 68-hour working week. more...
1931 - Coalition government formed to combat Depression
United Party Prime Minister George Forbes had convened an inter-party conference with the goal of forming a coalition government that would ‘share the responsibility’ of dealing with the Depression. more...
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