Evening Report editor, Selwyn Manning.[/caption]From The Editor’s Desk – March 11, 2015. Coming up tonight on Evening Report at 8pm: Evening Report (episode 2): Live Video Tonight at 8pm – We will be digging into the fallout of New Zealand GCSB operations targeting South East Asia countries, as exposed in the New Zealand Herald today by Nicky Hager and Ryan Gallagher. 36th Parallel Assessments founder Dr Paul Buchanan has confirmed availability and will examine the intelligence aspects, and, consider the national interest implications. What are the solutions should New Zealand need to clean up this geopolitical mess? We also hope to have Oliver Woods on (tbc), a Kiwi who is very knowledgeable on technology and such things and is based in South East Asia. So set your diary to EveningReport.nz 8pm. ALSO Early Edition of Evening Report: Live Video of Pacific Media Centre’s Climate Change – media ethics and Pacific challenges debate – Live on Evening Report 5-7pm tonight (click here). This event features Dr Jan Sinclair (Massey University) who began reporting on climate change in 1987; and Doctoral candidate and Kiribati Independent editor Taberannang Korauaba who knows what it is like to see his homeland disappearing beneath the Pacific waves. Analysis: We have a thought-provoking piece in from COHA’s Frederick B. Mills, who is a Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Philosophy at Bowie State University. He analyses how US President Barack Obama has declared “a national emergency with respect to the unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States posed by the situation in Venezuela.” See: Obama’s Hard Turn to the Right in Hemispheric Policy And we have full raw coverage of today’s big news items – including:
- Govt Introduces Extra Controls on 1080.
- Scientists return from successful Antarctic research voyage (amazing video footage)
- Electoral Commission Announces Advance Voting in the Northland By-election Begins – Will Winston do it?
- Govt’s Books show surplus for seven months to January – Bill English
- Myanmar: Violent police crackdown against protesters must end – Amnesty Int