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Reference materials Dumbleton-Powles Report (New Zealand)
9 matching items found between Jan 2010 and Dec 2014. Furthermore, there are 65 matching items for all time not shown.
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May 4, 2011
NZ bans UK couple over Scientology case — The Dominion Post
Type: Press
Source: The Dominion Post
A British man who failed to disclose that he was deported from Denmark after "industrial espionage" against the Church of Scientology has been refused permission to settle in New Zealand. Oxford University-educated Robin Scott, 62, and his wife Adrienne, 61, a teacher, left their Canterbury organic farmlet in March after the Immigration and Protection Tribunal turned down their appeal against a direction that they had to leave the country. In visitor and work visa applications from 2005, the couple disclosed that ...
Mar 13, 2011
Christchurch scientology massages concern some — Channel 3 (New Zealand)
More: youtube.com
Type: TV
Author(s): Jessica Rowe
Source: Channel 3 (New Zealand)
It's a massage designed to relieve stress and help people recover from shock. Volunteer ministers from scientology are performing a technique designed by their founder, L Ron Hubbard, to assist people in Christchurch after the earthquake. They've performed 1500 massages across Christchurch, and apparently they've taught about 600 people how to pass them on to their community. They also carry out a technique called "locational assist" where they get people to engage in the present moment. The 20 scientology volunteers are ...
Mar 3, 2011
Trauma specialists provide stress relief in Christchurch — Channel 3 (New Zealand)
More: youtube.com
Type: TV
Author(s): Mike McRoberts
Source: Channel 3 (New Zealand)
Along with medical staff and psychologists on the ground in Christchurch, trauma specialists have also arrived to provide stress relief. Gary Bromwell of the Scientology International Disaster Relief Group is a trauma stress specialist who says he helps victims “come out of the trauma and back into the present so they can rebuild their lives and move on”. Mr Bromwell uses a variety of techniques including massage.
Aug 26, 2010
Concerns raised over group's scientology link — Stuff.co.nz
Type: Press
Source: Stuff.co.nz
A new lobby group for families affected by suicide has sparked concerns over links with the Church of Scientology. Casper (Community Action on Suicide Prevention, Education & Research) was formed by two mothers who lost their children to suicide. However, Green MP Kevin Hague said the Citizens Commission for Human Rights (CCHR) was closely associated with Casper, and was established as an arm of the Church of Scientology. Maria Bradshaw, mother of suicide victim Toran Henry, 17, said the new group ...
Jul 2, 2010
Time is running out for the Church of Scientology — The Punch (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Nick Xenophon
Source: The Punch (Australia)
Believe it or not, Senate Inquiries can generate all sorts of humorous exchanges. A hearing earlier this week into the Tax Laws Amendment (Public Benefit Test) Bill generated so much laughter at one point, you could be forgiven for thinking you were watching ‘Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure’ instead. It went something like this. When discussing the impact of the introduction of a Charities Commission in New Zealand, the Church of Scientology’s New Zealand Secretary, Michael Ferriss, explained that the organisation’s ...
Jul 1, 2010
A Current Affair: Scientology tax — Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
More: youtube.com
Type: TV
Source: Channel 9 (aka ninemsn) (Australia)
An investigation is underway to determine whether controversial religious sect, The Church of Scientology, should be taxed on its proceeds. We look at the pros and cons.
Jun 29, 2010
'Taxpayers shouldn't fund abuse': ex-Scientologists — The Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Kirsty Needham
Source: The Age (Australia)
FORMER members of the Church of Scientology have told a Senate committee of the "ruthlessness" of the church and its judicial system, and argued it should not be eligible for tax-free status. "Australian taxpayers should not be funding systematic, organised abuse," said Janette Vonthehoff, who claimed her passport was taken from her and she was forcibly prevented from returning to Australia from the United States when she was eight weeks pregnant, because the church ordered she must finish "training". Sydney tax ...
Jun 28, 2010
Parliament of Australia Senate // Inquiry into Tax Laws Amendment (Public Benefit Test) Bill 2010: Day 1
More: aph.gov.au, aph.gov.au, Nice compendium @ OCMB
Jun 28, 2010
Scientology says it's just like Salvos — Australian Associated Press (AAP)
Type: Press
Author(s): Gabrielle Dunlevy
Source: Australian Associated Press (AAP)
The Church of Scientology has compared itself to The Salvation Army, while defending its benefit to the community in a Senate inquiry. The organisation was scrutinised by an inquiry into legislation proposed by independent senator Nick Xenophon, which would require religious groups to prove what public benefit they provide, before getting tax breaks. Its representative, Virginia Stewart, told the committee its members lent a hand in times of disaster and promoted drug-free messages. "The church believes the proposed bill is inherently ...
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