Street prostitution rife, Parliament told

first_img3 News 27 June 2013Asenati Lole-Taylor says street prostitution is rife in Manukau, Christchurch and other areas (file) The Government is shifting responsibility for the problems caused by street prostitution on to local councils which don’t have powers to deal with it, Parliament has been told. NZ First MP Asenati Lole-Taylor says street prostitution is rife in Manukau, Christchurch and other areas. In Parliament yesterday she questioned Prime Minister John Key about what the Government intended doing to curb it. Mr Key said the Local Government Act empowered councils to make by-laws.http://www.3news.co.nz/Street-prostitution-rife-parliament-told/tabid/1607/articleID/302900/Default.aspxlast_img read more

Sandro ruled out due to visa issue

first_imgRelegation-threatened QPR were rocked ahead of their must-win game at Manchester City as midfielder Sandro was ruled out because of an issue concerning his visa. Press Association The club confirmed the Brazilian would not be available for selection at the Etihad Stadium after they were informed of a matter regarding his residency in the UK. No further details have been given but the issue will not have helped manager Chris Ramsey’s preparations for a vital Barclays Premier League game. center_img Rangers, bottom of the table following results on Saturday, needed to beat City to have any chance of avoiding relegation. A statement read: “The club can confirm it was informed by the Home Office on Thursday May 7 that there is an issue with Sandro’s UK residency visa. “The club are working with Sandro and the Home Office to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. While this is ongoing, the club have been advised not to select Sandro for match involvement. “The club will be making no further comment at this time.” Sandro, 26, joined QPR in a £6million move from Tottenham last summer. last_img read more