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Julie Anne Genter
Green MP. Minister for Women. Assoc Minister of Transport, Health. I’m into lively streets, real food, and bicycles. Auth by J Genter, Parlt Buildings, WLG
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Julie Anne Genter May 24
A couple of shots from today’s announcement at Britomart Station.
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Darren Davis May 24
: Announcement by : Public transport could become cheaper for 900,000 low-income Kiwis on income support. This follows approving free weekend & public holiday public transport for under 16s & integrated fares for ferries.
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Marama Davidson MP May 24
Right now public transport is costly especially for people on low incomes. Associate Transport Minister just announced a priority to investigate how to make public transport more affordable. This work is for people and planet.
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Julie Anne Genter May 24
Making trains and buses more affordable for those who need it will help to ensure all New Zealanders have the opportunity to be earning, learning, caring or volunteering. 💚
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Julie Anne Genter May 24
I am excited that today we’ve got funding to investigate the public transport scheme for community service card holders. 🚍🚆Check out my message in the video. 💚⬇️
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Julie Anne Genter May 23
Replying to @skryb @NZGreens and 3 others
The Green Party did not support that decision. National would have. We don’t have the numbers by ourselves to win everything right now.
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Julie Anne Genter May 23
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Julie Anne Genter May 22
Replying to @jamesbrown80426
That was literally the decision they were questioning - the decision that on balance the sale of productive farm land to an overseas mining company to create a toxic waste dump was not economically beneficial.
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Julie Anne Genter May 22
“Blue-Greens” showing their true colours in the House. National Party MPs scoff at the idea of sustainable economic development, clearly want to see NZ selling more of our productive farmland to overseas companies to create a toxic waste dump.
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John Hart May 22
If you take a moment to look at the “individuals” attacking Golriz, you see sock puppet accounts seemingly set up with no other goal than attacking her. 100% of their tweets are aimed at her. As pathetic as they are, make no mistake, it’s a deliberate campaign.
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Julie Anne Genter May 22
This is a great read. Auckland-based transport spokesperson for the National Party, , should probably read this to better understand how vitally important & popular public transport investment is in NZ.
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Jamie Scott May 22
The efficiency of cycle lanes
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Julie Anne Genter May 22
A major benefit of the project is resilience - it’s going to be a sea wall that offers the entire transport corridor extra protection from rising seas and storm surges
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Julie Anne Genter May 22
Replying to @cjsbishop
Hi Chris, we checked our records and it turns out we sent this document to you last year.
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Julie Anne Genter May 22
Replying to @adznz87 @NZGreens
A major benefit of the project is resilience - it’s going to be a sea wall that offers the entire transport corridor extra protection from rising seas and storm surges
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James Shaw May 22
I’m really pleased our government is moving to a debt range rather than a fixed point at the end of the BRR target period. We are reviewing our policy on BRR and expect to into the next election with a new fiscal strategy.
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Green Party NZ May 22
Exciting news for Wellington! The 5m wide coastal path will mean a safer walking and cycling space for our capital. 🚴‍♀️🚶‍♀️🏃‍♂️😎 Designs for the Ngauranga to Petone pathway were unveiled today by .
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Stu Donovan May 22
"How Stockholm became the city of work-life balance" | Richard Orange. Largely by valuing the contribution of both parents to raising their children.
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James Shaw May 21
The science on climate change is moving very rapidly - our response will need to evolve just as rapidly.
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Julie Anne Genter May 21
That would be true of every single construction project in recent years - irrespective of what it is for. At least with a walking and cycling project, the original number is very small so escalation still makes it way less than car and truck projects.
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