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John Reid 7h
Pike River families not owed an apology - Bridges This might have been a good time to have said nothing,
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NZ Parliament 34m
The Health is looking at a bill that aims to make it easier to keep drinking water safe, implementing recommendations from an inquiry into 2016's major outbreak of campylobacteriosis in Havelock North. Read more:
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Dalene 10h
Judith Collins is less scathing and Simon Bridges is less ranty. Who else thinks National's internal polling is not great and their PR people advised them to try a new strategy?
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Bronwyn Hayward 24m
Just sent this to the printer! "Our Civic Future" a Public discussion document by 30 political & social scentists & community leaders for NZ Political Studies Assn-launched in a function at parliament next Thurs 29 Nov, we hope it helps debate about strenghening democracy
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Hamish Price Nov 17
Overheard in a Wellington café: Customer complaining that he had received too much marmite in his pottle. “It would take me two or three weeks to get through this. This is a public health issue.” I think he’s a Greens voter.
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Andrew george 1h
Replying to @JamesStringer2
Where was the Concern from National when it went up50+% i over last nine year? "Extra Regulation" you mean making sure its Dry n Warm health home to live in? Taxes?what taxes ? simons Imaginary Taxes?
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Foxy Claws 🤶 Nov 14
Has Simon Bridges been more quiet this week or are the media just ignoring him? 🤔
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Hamish Price Nov 16
There really isn’t any point in joining a union in NZ. For the same cost, you can join the Northern Club and mingle with a nicer and cleaner class of people. And not have your pay further docked for going on strike every month.
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Andrew george 58m
Replying to @nzenergyvoices
They have just started to install "Batterystorage Farms" which they were in 2-5yrs this argument will be usless.
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Jichang Lulu Nov 16
Todd McClay, the National MP who called Xi's internment camps “vocational training centres”, represented his party at the CCP/ILD's '17 ‘Dialogue’ with foreign parties. Seemingly unreported in NZ. 0/
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Miles Langdon 11h
nz giving around $100 mill to PNG. Laudable but how many reasonable state houses here could be built with that? How many extra nurses or teachers could it hire ? It would probably cover cost of a rescue helicoptor too. How many more counsellors/ mentalhealth workers ???
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Andrew george 47m
Replying to @Coltheman1
LoL your source of Information is trademe message board? Hahah
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Jichang Lulu 5h
Replying to @NZNationalParty
\5 That incident aside, the kauri trade is too close to for some to discuss openly. An important player in the business is the group of Stone Shi 石德毅, which has had MP Judith ‘I stab from the Front’ Collins、fm PM Shipley as directors.
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Codeko Consensus 4h
I'm still awaiting any substantial hits on the government as promised by that don't end up being an own goal. They are quickly running out of talking points in which they didn't have a serious hand to play in the current shocking state of state services.
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WSC-NZ Nov 16
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Richard Beere wants an indefinite strike 6h
I just want to say how inspiring it is that my close friend and hero was selected by the Labour Party to run for city council. If voters grow to know her honesty and caring nature half as well as I have she will take this victory with a landslide.
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Luke Easton 4h
It’s nice too see suddenly caring about rents that skyrocketed under their watch. Where they did nothing. But Coal Policies have nothing to do with rents rising. It’s greedy landlords
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D. 8h
With how useless Bridges is as an opposition leader, do we need to go back and look at the cases he managed as a lawyer to see if he stuffed up there too?
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Cindy Ardern 4h
We want to make sure PNG has adequate supply of power so have pledged $20M to expand power supply throughout the country. Oil and gas usage will increase, but we virtue signalled earlier this year so it’s ok.
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Marcus Foo🇦🇺 22h
Oh my.....NZ'S Foreign Minister, ladies and gentleman's. .
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