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NZCity
Britain to remain engaged with othersto be first in seeking a new trade relationship with the UK and sees opportunit
Britain to remain engaged with others
NZCity / Posted 3 days ago
to be first in seeking a new trade relationship with the UK and sees opportunities. Labour's Foreign Affairs spokesman David Shearer said the vote would usher in a massive period of uncertainty in Europe, in the financial markets and in the UK... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Brexit vote costs NZ effective EU voiceSaturday, 25 June 2016, 1:03 pmPress Release: New Zealand Labour PartyDavid She
Brexit vote costs NZ effective EU voice
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
Saturday, 25 June 2016, 1:03 pmPress Release: New Zealand Labour PartyDavid ShearerMP for Mt AlbertForeign Affairs SpokespersonDespite being extremely close the result of... Read more
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NZCity
Brexit creates uncertainty for Kiwis in UKwith the UK while making sure free-trade negotiations with Europe remain on tra
Brexit creates uncertainty for Kiwis in UK
NZCity / Posted 4 days ago
with the UK while making sure free-trade negotiations with Europe remain on track, Labour's Foreign Affairs spokesman David Shearer says. The UK has voted to leave the European Union, causing turmoil in world financial markets and triggering... Read more
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Business Wire
Cloud Platform Elevaate Passes 300 Million Products Served as Retailers and Manufacturers Embrace New Found Performanceof shoppers online means retailers and manufacturers are thinking differently a
Cloud Platform Elevaate Passes 300 Million Products Served as Retailers and Manufacturers Embrace New Found Performance
Business Wire / Posted 12 days ago
of shoppers online means retailers and manufacturers are thinking differently about their digital ecosystems”, said David Shearer, chief marketing officer of Elevaate. “The transaction data, suite of tools that expedite merchandising on the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Shearer: Border decisions condemn countries to conflicttries to extinguish a fire at the scene where one of the rockets hit the Dubeet
David Shearer: Border decisions condemn countries to conflict
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
tries to extinguish a fire at the scene where one of the rockets hit the Dubeet hospital in Aleppo, Syria. Photo / AP David Shearer MP is the Labour Party spokesman on foreign affairs. When I was working in the Middle East, travelling through... Read more
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Business Wire
Elevaate Named One of the Unilever Foundry 50 for 2016by its nature, requires creativity, so Cannes Lions is a natural destination fo
Elevaate Named One of the Unilever Foundry 50 for 2016
Business Wire / Posted 14 days ago
by its nature, requires creativity, so Cannes Lions is a natural destination for the Foundry 50.” Added David Shearer, chief marketing officer of Elevaate. “As marketing teams have growing responsibility for digital commerce,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
Manning River Times / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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The North West Star
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
The North West Star / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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The Courier
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved riverMannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 1
Cruising the Mighty Murray Way, South Australia: Australia's best loved river
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
Mannum. The Shearer Steam Carriage first chugged through Main Street in 1899, 14 years after local implement manufacturer David Shearer set himself to making a 'horseless carriage'. The vehicle is in the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, in the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Further evidence Kiwis being rorted over petrol pricespetrol companies need look no further than BP’s record profits announced today,
Further evidence Kiwis being rorted over petrol prices
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 19 days ago
petrol companies need look no further than BP’s record profits announced today, says Labour’s Consumer Affairs spokesperson David Shearer.“BP New Zealand experienced a 16 per cent drop in sales volume in 2015, but made a record profit for its... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Calls for John Key to address Fiji's democratic shortcomingsWinston and the 45 Fijian peacekeepers taken hostage by Syrian insurgents in 20
Calls for John Key to address Fiji's democratic shortcomings
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Winston and the 45 Fijian peacekeepers taken hostage by Syrian insurgents in 2014. Labour's foreign affairs spokesman David Shearer echoed the concern about the treatment of Ms Draunidalo, saying it was "disproportionate." He said Mr Key... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
John Key mustn’t wear rose tinted glasses in FijiJohn Key visits Fiji this week, polite but firm messages need to be delivered,
John Key mustn’t wear rose tinted glasses in Fiji
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 21 days ago
John Key visits Fiji this week, polite but firm messages need to be delivered, says Labour’s Foreign Affairs spokesperson David Shearer.“Fiji has clamped down on its own media, several New Zealand journalists are banned from visiting the country... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kiwi troops in Sinai moved to safer locationprovide security for the peacekeepers, it is a bit hard to do both jobs effecti
Kiwi troops in Sinai moved to safer location
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 27 days ago
provide security for the peacekeepers, it is a bit hard to do both jobs effectively." Labour's foreign affairs spokesman David Shearer said the Government was taking the right steps in keeping it under review. "I would be hesitant about pulling... Read more

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