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Nicky Hager

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www.nzherald.co.nz

The Herald revealed this week in a reporting project with journalist Nicky Hager and the Intercept news site that the GCSB electronic eavesdropping agency was collecting vast amounts of data from the Pacific Islands and sending the material to the United States.
John Roughan: No shock and awe in Nicky Hager's revelations


www.nzherald.co.nz

The documents were published in the Herald today in a collaborative reporting effort with investigative journalist Nicky Hager and the US news site The Intercept, which has access to the Snowden documents.
The extent and the scope of the surveillance was revealed in today's New Zealand Herald in a partnership between the paper, investigative journalist Nicky Hager and The Intercept news agency, which has access to the Edward Snowden trove of documents taken from the United States (read The Intercept article here).


www.nzherald.co.nz

Author Nicky Hager said New Zealand could not go into Iraq with an intelligence role and remain in a non-combat position.
"You can't actually do nation building and solve problems by going into an area and just dropping bombs, and that's what New Zealand is going to be involved in if we have that intelligence role," Mr Hager said. "We're going to be trying to solve a problem from 10,000ft with 1000lb bombs or with special forces raiding houses in the night. We should be laughing at the suggestion, because we've just had a whole decade of experience in Afghanistan and Iraq where that was shown to not work." Mr Hager said there was "strong diplomatic pressure on New Zealand to follow their Five Eyes partners" into helping Iraq fight Isis.


www.nationnews.com

The campaign was marked by a scandal after investigative journalist and liberal activist Nicky Hager published a book Dirty Politics which exposed the extent of the National Party's links with a conservative blogger.


www.jamaicaobserver.com

The campaign was marked by a scandal after investigative journalist and liberal activist Nicky Hager published a book "Dirty Politics" which exposed the extent of the National Party's links with a conservative blogger.


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