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Reference materials Dumbleton-Powles Report (New Zealand)
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Apr 25, 2008
Council revokes rehab consent — Wanganui Chronicle
Type: Press
Source: Wanganui Chronicle
A PLANNED church-based rehabilitation centre in Papaiti Rd for male alcoholics and drug addicts no longer has resource consent. Its consent was revoked this week after an investigation by a Wanganui District Council planning officers. Councillor Ray Stevens said that, after a number of complaints from residents and members of the community, council planning officers had found that the original resource consent should not have been granted. "It became clear to us that what had been written in the proposal and ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 17, 2008
Masked activists target NZ Scientology headquarters — New Zealand Herald
Type: Press
Author(s): Kristina Koveshnikova
Source: New Zealand Herald
Masked protesters have begun a campaign against the Auckland headquarters of Scientology New Zealand, as part of a worldwide movement against the church. The protest, called Operation Reconnect, was organised by a global group calling itself Anonymous, which began its internet-based "War on Scientology" in January. It aimed to bring together families it says have been torn apart by the church. The latest protest on Saturday was the third of its kind, held across the road from the church's Panmure headquarters. ...
Item contributed by: Anonymous
Apr 9, 2008
Anonymous Speaks — bFM Radio
Type: Radio
Source: bFM Radio
"David" from the web-based activist group Anonymous talks to Paul about about what he wants from the Church of Scientology: honesty and transparency would do very nicely thanks.
Item contributed by: Anonymous
Apr 9, 2008
Group defends rehab centre plan — Wanganui Chronicle
Type: Press
Author(s): Lin Ferguson
Source: Wanganui Chronicle
WANGANUI woman Helma Vermuelen is adamant scientology's Narconon drug and alcohol programme is desperately needed and can be made to happen in Wanganui. Mrs Vermeulen, a member of the Redding Bethren at the Wanganui Bible Chapel, is part of the group planning the church-based rehabilitation centre at Holly Lodge in Papaiti Rd. Mrs Vermeuelen said yesterday she told her church more than a year ago that they needed to do something to help the community. "There are so many people with ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 7, 2008
'We're talking about drug addicts living next door to our children' — Wanganui Chronicle
Type: Press
Author(s): Lin Ferguson
Source: Wanganui Chronicle
'We're talking about drug addicts living next door to our children' 07.04.2008 By LIN FERGUSON NEIGHBOURS of a planned church-based rehabilitation centre for male alcoholics and drug addicts are worried and frightened for their children's safety. The Papaiti Rd residents living either side of the former Holly Lodge winery, where the centre is planned, say an addiction centre should not be set up in a community where there are families with young children. Leanne and Terry Cox said on Friday they ...
Item contributed by: Anonymous
Apr 3, 2008
Former winery to become rehab centre — Wanganui Chronicle
Type: Press
Author(s): Lin Ferguson
Source: Wanganui Chronicle
Former winery to become rehab centre 03.04.2008 By LIN FERGUSON PLANS ARE under way to resurrect a former Wanganui winery into a church-based rehabilitation centre for male drug addicts and alcoholics leaving prison. Wanganui Prisoners' Rehabilitation (Pars) manager Steve Treloar said yesterday that even though the centre was still very much in the planning stage they (the Wanganui Bible Chapel, a Brethren group) hoped to have it up and running within two years. The former winery, part of the Holly Lodge ...
Item contributed by: Anonymous
Mar 17, 2008
Scientology faces opposition in American Samoa — Radio New Zealand International
Type: Press
Source: Radio New Zealand International
Three Assembly of God ministers in American Samoa have staged a protest to discourage people from taking part in Scientology meetings. They displayed placards opposing the community meetings which began last Friday. Pastor Sauni Tuitoelau of the Assembly of God Church in Nuuuli says he organised the demonstration because he does not want people to fall for the Scientology members’ tactics. He said the organisation is trying to get its foot into the territory by offering disaster training and other teachings ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 16, 2008
Protesters bid to unmask Scientology — Sunday Star-Times
Type: Press
Source: Sunday Star-Times
THE CHURCH of Scientology in New Zealand has laid a complaint with police after allegedly receiving death and bomb threats from an internet-based protest group that has waged an online war against the religion. The group, calling itself Anonymous, held a worldwide action day yesterday, with about 20 people gathering at Britomart in downtown Auckland and in other centres, handing out fliers attacking Scientology as a dangerous cult "that scams members with pseudo science". The project was started in response to ...
Item contributed by: Anonymous
Mar 12, 2008
American Samoa restates freedom of religion amid scientology campaign — Radio New Zealand International
Type: Press
Source: Radio New Zealand International
The American Samoan governor, Togiola Tulafono, says the government cannot prohibit the display of Scientology Church billboards. Billboards for the Scientology church have been put up across the main island over the past week to promote meetings with two scientology volunteers from Australia this week. Governor Togiola says both the United States and American Samoa consitutitions protect the rights of Christians and atheists. He said this is the same reason why the government could not stop the showing of the movie ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 25, 2008
Revenge Of The Nerds: The War Between 4chan & Scientology — Salient (Victoria University of Wellington)
Feb 15, 2008
The faith business: Scientology in NZ — Sunday Star-Times
Type: Press
Source: Sunday Star-Times
Accountant Andrew Yong was near his office in the Panmure shops in east Auckland when he met a man who would change his life. Andrew Wenborn was from the Church of Scientology, headquartered a few hundred metres away. An Australian on secondment from Sydney, Wenborn persuaded Yong to take a Scientology "stress test", using an electrical device called an "e-meter". Sure enough, Yong was stressed and his health poor, Wenborn told him, and Scientology could help. What's more, said Wenborn, he ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 15, 2008
Controversial Tom Cruise biography kept off NZ shelves — NZ Herald
Type: Press
Source: NZ Herald
Tom Cruise an Unauthorised Biography will not be distributed in New Zealand by the publisher MacMillan. The biography by Andrew Morton, author of a top selling book on Princess Diana, is understood to contain controversial assertions about the Church of Scientology. MacMillan publicist Angie Willocks said the book would not be distributed in New Zealand but that the company would make no further comment. The star's lawyer Bert Fields has previously condemned the book as "a rehash of tired old lies ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 15, 2008
Tom Cruise biography pulled by its publisher — Stuff.co.nz
Jan 14, 2008
Threat of lawsuit if Tom Cruise book sold — Stuff.co.nz
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