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Newshub Nation Sep 15
RNZ's Tim Watkin and Newshub Political Editor Tova O'Brien discuss Jacinda Ardern pulling out of her planned interview with Newshub Nation - for the third time this year
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NZ Parliament Sep 18
Side-by-side: for , women MPs recreated an iconic photo of MPs taken in 1905 in the Reading Room of the Parliamentary Library. Read more about today's celebrations:
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Fancy Macaroni Cheese Sep 18
I’m sorry, but having images of a current PM sitting in the middle of a newsroom editing our largest paper isn’t a good look whichever way you spin it.
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Hamish Price Sep 19
So let me get this straight. The PM’s friend, Derek Handley sent his job application for the CTO role directly to the PM’s private email address. Four days after applications closed.
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Dalene Sep 15
Dear National MPs and other National trolls. I just want to explain that today was not to win you over. It was to reassure coalition voters that the coalition government is on track and that they've got this. And trust me, I am reassured.
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Vicki The Sane One  👩🏻🐴 Sep 15
Make a good Tui ad.
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Fancy Macaroni Cheese 9h
Hold on. Meka assaults a staff member, PM doesn’t have confidence with her holding a portfolio but she’s fine to stay on as an MP, presumably with staff? And won’t give any details about the incident?
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Vicki The Sane One  👩🏻🐴 6h
Eugenie Sage and the Fake Greens want to kill 1700 Tahr without consultation or engagement. Do you agree?
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Jamie Ensor Sep 15
Priorities include: "Value who we are as a country".
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Kim Kardashi-Un Sep 15
Jacinda speaking in front of a staged audience at a university. With her cheerleaders clapping like trained seals. But can't front up to answer hard questions from the media. Pathetic and weak.
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Luke Easton Sep 15
Oh boy. This man is honestly the most bizzare leader since Shearer. Trump like? My god what a moron. The woman who’s polling at 42%. Outlining the future of NZ. Meanwhile the man who’s languishing on 10% is not? Oh wait the sky is falling right
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Bronwyn Hayward Sep 15
People paid to say offensive/ outrageous statements on media platforms weekly or daily help to divide a nation, degrade civil discourse & erode democracy but add no insight or value (other than to their media brand) ...almost like being paid to be a professional leech....
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Christopher Bishop 14h
The SSC said the Haumaha Inquiry led by Mary Scholtens QC would consider the bullying allegations. Now the Inquiry says they won't. So the SSC must act and open its own inquiry. Justice, Corrections and Police completely at odds
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Igotta NumBum 8h
The first rule of Whaitiri Club is you don't talk about Whaitiri Club.
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Hamish Price 12h
The PM cancelled long-form interviews with , , and to do a podcast with well-known hard-hitting political reporter Rachel Hunter praising her “divine and feminine grace”.
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Pōkiha tēina Poti 💔 Sep 15
Just when you think Simon Bridges couldn't get worse:
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Hamish Price 3h
Clobbering a staff member is definitely much worse than being rude to a waiter, which Aaron Gilmore resigned from Parliament over. We must live in a much more forgiving era for the PM to refuse to rule out Meka’s return to the Ministry.
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Kim Kardashi-Un Sep 15
what an amazing prime minister we have, so strong, so brave, so independent, so decisive ... but in the real world needs her safe space of cheerleading audience with fluffy pre-prepared questions. Scared of fronting up to media interviews. What an embarrassment she is
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Martyn Bradbury 5h
You get the painful feeling that there is one set of standards for Ministers who flat with the Prine Minister and another set for Maori MPs who don’t - the benefit of the doubt was not given to Meka
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Democracymum Sep 15
. “With nothing new in the plan it risked looking like an exercise in crisis management.”
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