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Reference materials Dumbleton-Powles Report (New Zealand)
7 matching items found between Jan 2005 and Dec 2005. Furthermore, there are 67 matching items for all time not shown.
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Oct 29, 2005
Tom Cruise parody site defiant in face of Scientology threats, demands its day in court — Wikinews
Oct 28, 2005
Reliable evidence and due process — NZ Lawyer
Type: Commentary
Author(s): Lynley Hood
Source: NZ Lawyer
Lynley Hood finds deep flaws in the Lake Alice settlement. News that the police have found no evidence of criminal offending by psychiatrist Dr Selwyn Leeks, former head of the child and adolescent unit at Lake Alice Hospital, has been greeted with dismay by the psychiatric patient advocacy group, Citizen's Commission on Human Rights (CCHR). "We're not giving up now. We are still working with victims and are still going to be filing criminal complaints," the group's New Zealand executive director, ...
Item contributed by: Anonymous
Oct 19, 2005
Spoof site faces religious lawsuit — TVNZ
Type: Press
Source: TVNZ
A New Zealand website spoofing Hollywood actor Tom Cruise and his religion of choice is facing legal action from the Church of Scientology. The church is not amused by scienTOMogy - which features spoof videos of the star - and says it is breaching copyright. When Cruise engaged in some sofa stomping, he coined a new phrase called jumping the couch - the defining moment when someone has gone of the deep end. From that moment Glen Stollery has been chronicling ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 22, 2005
Inquiry finds no evidence of offending by 1970s psychiatrist — The Dominion Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Kelly Andrew
Source: The Dominion Post
A former Lake Alice patient is disgusted police have decided not to charge a psychiatrist accused of abusing young people there in the 1970s. Police say they have found no evidence of criminal offending after investigating more than 20 complaints from former patients of Selwyn Leeks, who headed the child and adolescent unit of the now-closed hospital near Wanganui. A man who was a patient at Lake Alice in the mid-1970s told The Dominion Post the police decision not to press ...
Item contributed by: Anonymous
Jun 30, 2005
Baring his soul a risky business for Cruise — New Zealand Herald
Type: Press
Source: New Zealand Herald
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 29, 2005
Shrinks fight back against Cruise missile — New Zealand Herald
Type: Press
Source: New Zealand Herald
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) has sharply criticised actor Tom Cruise for televised remarks in which he called psychiatry a "pseudo science" and disputed the value of anti-depressant drugs. "It is irresponsible for Mr Cruise to use his movie publicity tour to promote his own ideological views and deter people with mental illness from getting the care they need," APA President Dr Steven Sharfstein said in a statement. During interviews promoting his latest film, War of the Worlds, Cruise has discussed ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 14, 2005
Missionaries leave Bibles behind to help the needy — New Zealand Herald
Type: Press
Source: New Zealand Herald
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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