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    • 90% of society is complicit in the kill. The reality will struggle to gain traction. Does NZ keep excess mortality stats, or is stats racist? We stopped collecting suicide stats, once the witch realized we had the highest suicide rate in the world. Yay NZ.

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    • So we have really sunk to a new level of low corruption. The cops were thugs, and this was our day of New Zealand complete shame. FJA and FFFAC what a nasty church going bastard we have in charge of our police. When will the violence end? Once used it won’t stop them in any situation apart from the gangs. They won’t hit them hard they are the supply chain to the 120 pathetic scum we have leading us in parliament. Remember we pay their wages believe it or not. Who has even heard of many of them? Can anyone name the lot????? I certainly can’t. FJA

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    • I wonder where in Police code of conduct throwing bricks at civilians is condoned?

      I wonder where in Police code of conduct delivering bricks onsite in preparation to throwing bricks at civilians is condoned?

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  1. Media connections tell me the hits are coming this week for the National Party- A furious Queen Jacinda has ordered her Media attack dogs to go on the offensive..
    We are about to see if Luxon has a spine (Or will he crumble like Todd Muller?)
    Expect a few fluffy, cuddly Baby Neve stories from Labour Spin team as well.
    *Pity our ‘impartial’ media won’t ask the simple question of why someone as high profile as Clarke Gayford has disappeared from public view..

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    • I kept an eye out for him when I was out walking the dogs in the park this morning, but to be honest, it was pretty dark, and he could have been lurking in the bushes.
      I did hear from someone (second hand) in the weekend that he’d been spied in Gizzy with some ankle tech. Also they said the nanny has had child.

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        • Maggy, I hope you enjoyed the ambiance of in-house dining? Hubby and I are not allowed to dine in at our local Indian restaurant due to health apartheid. I guess retailers are on one hand accepting my taxpayer funding and with the other preventing me from enjoying their establishment.
          The kindness of FJA.

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  2. I looked in the park where I walk my dogs as well, no sitings of ClarkE Gay…..ford at all, plenty of others walking their dogs but nope not a sight of him. So where is he hiding out? Orrrrrr, since she cancelled the wedding does he think he should keep hidden from view????? FJA

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  3. That large pink-haired fraudster has done another propaganda piece in Stuff today.
    She is telling us to “Mask up” but in the same sentence is telling us how important “Circulating Fresh Air” is…
    Utter Insanity!

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  4. Jacinda Ardern acknowledges cost of living crisis, will announce ‘other options’ to relieve impact
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/03/jacinda-ardern-accepts-cost-of-living-crisis-to-announce-other-options-to-relieve-impact.html

    “You can call it a crisis, an emergency, a shock. The point is, we need to do something about it,” Ardern told AM on Monday.

    “We’re looking at options to try and ease the particular impact of the energy crisis right now that we’re seeing as a result of the war in Ukraine. We, as a Cabinet, need to discuss what the best mechanisms are.

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  5. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2022/03/coronavirus-canterbury-dhb-postpones-most-elective-surgeries-due-to-covid-related-staff-shortages.html
    Most elective surgery is being postponed in Canterbury as hospitals grapple with COVID-19 staff shortages.

    More than 500 of the region’s doctors, nurses and allied health staff are off sick with the virus, isolating or caring for whānau.

    Hospitals will only do urgent surgery from today, including treating cancer patients and people who have been in accidents or suffered major trauma.

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  6. Everything Jacinda’s team of Marxists do is inflationary. Raising the minimum wage is inflationary, in a time of high inflation. Excessive regulation. Locking people in their homes and paying them for it. Its inflationary. Unedifying, blaming others for your own failures. Weak witch. Her spells are pathetic.

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  7. ****** Trigger Warning- the following article contains facts and data *******

    There was a dramatic slump in residential property sales in February, suggesting the market could be heading for a tough end to the summer season.

    The Real Estate Institute of NZ recorded 5597 residential sales throughout the country in February, down exactly one third compared to February last year.
    February is usually one of the busiest months of the year with sales traditionally peaking in March.
    Sales were particularly low in Auckland

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/114814/substantial-decline-housing-sales-february-prices-hold-firm-reinz

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    • Same as with the RAT tests, If I was going to buy a RAT test I would buy 100. and do proper analytics. In other words, test the RAT tests.

      But I don’t need to. I already have enough info from medical professionals that tell me the RAT tests are all over the map, combined with my own understanding of Covid and testing methods that the RAT test is not fit for lab RATS.

      People with heavy Covid testing negative, people without Covid testing positive week after week. If you took a time machine back to 1918 and tested people you would get positive RAT tests.

      Since no-one, no doctor, no analyst, no lab tech, not even the pink haired exhibitionist, has ever presented an isolated sample of Covid in order to collect the millions of dollars in international prizes still on offer, shows you that Covid does not exist.

      If Kelloggs offered millions of dollars in prize money for the first person to present to them one of the 10 million green unicorns they included in Riced Bubble packets, how long would it be before some kid shows up for the loot? Supposedly scientists and lab assistants have identified hundreds of millions of cases of Covid-19 including through the PCR test, but no-one has stepped up with just one sample to claim the prize.

      “Eureka, I got a sample, I’m off to claim the millions. I’m a lab assistant on a paltry wage. I’m getting the prize and telling the boss to stick his job.” Never happened because the full Covid DNA strand does not exist. The PCR test and the RAT test is not based on it because it doesn’t exist, The tests were modeled on the flu.

      The RAT test, like the PCR test, is only looking for fragments, many of which are in common with various other corona viruses. The RAT test is appropriately called a RAT test, because those that designed it were as cunning and deceitful as a shit-house RAT.

      The PCR test with all it’s high science and expensive seven figure laboratory equipment could not and still cannot tell the difference between the elusive Covid and the flu, but a test mass produced in China for 50 cents can?

      What is missing from all the Covid sage, are serology tests – to determine anti-bodies, and the true IFR rate. Had they done this the Covid narrative would have collapsed as quickly as Bernie Madoff’s investment scam.

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        • …like people who can make cars run on water.

          You mean fuel cells or burning hydrogen and oxygen. Many people believe that only when you get more energy out of burning the ‘fuel’ (HHO) than it takes to make it will it be possible.

          It only has to be cheaper to make than refining petroleum to make it viable. Using solar panels to create the HHO. I think it has to be cheaper than US$4 per kg to be better than petroleum. Given rising gas prices, even over $4 per kg is going to look attractive.

          Recent advances in membrane technology are looking to increase efficiency and drop creation cost to US$2 per kg.

          For the techo’s.
          https://www.hydrogen.energy.gov/pdfs/review20/p155_ayers_2020_p.pdf

          And again, it does not have to be over unity gain, it just has to be cheaper to produce in $/kwh than petrol.

          Hydrogen like petrol, allows us to store a high amount of potential energy, and transfer it to our motor cars in a short space of time, without burning out the electricity grid. Whether the hydrogen is used to burn in an ICE, or used in a fuel call to power your Hyundai is secondary.

          https://www.hyundai.co.nz/suv/nexo/overview#hydrogen-power

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  8. I just realised I’m paying 18 cents per litre of petrol to the ETS fraud. Where is this money going? Why does this scheme even exist? Why do we have to pay for that pious prat Jimmy Twomums to strip our assets and destroy our countries future due to his plan to sacrifice everything we hold dear at the altar of climate change? Imagine what difference 18 cents would make to people who travel large distances to work. This is what happens when ideology is more important than doing the job you (were not) elected to do. Wanker. FJA.

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  9. Canada.
    GUNTER: More falsehoods about the convoy are now being retracted

    On the Jan. 28 edition of CBC’s Power and Politics, host Nil Koksal asserted, “there is concern that Russian actors could be continuing to fuel things as this protest grows or perhaps even instigating it from the outside.”

    There was no Russian involvement, nor, as it turned out, any involvement by any other foreign power. Financial investigators couldn’t find a conspiracy by white supremacists, either – another of the Trudeau government’s biased allegations that the CBC swallowed whole.

    A second CBC news story, that was corrected this week, involved allegations made by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, that the convoy could only have raised all the money it did (nearly $10 million, twice, on two different crowdfunding platforms), as quickly as it did, if powerful international interests were funnelling in large sums.

    https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/gunter-more-falsehoods-about-the-convoy-are-now-being-retracted?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1647122916

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  10. And so It begins…..Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla says choosing mRNA Tech for the production of the Covax was most 𝘾𝙤𝙪𝙣𝙩𝙚𝙧-𝙄𝙣𝙩𝙪𝙞𝙩𝙞𝙫𝙚…Soon they’ll say “𝙄𝙩 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙮𝙤𝙪𝙧 𝙘𝙝𝙤𝙞𝙘𝙚, 𝙣𝙤 𝙤𝙣𝙚 𝙛𝙤𝙧𝙘𝙚𝙙 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙩𝙖𝙠𝙚 𝙖𝙣𝙮𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙣𝙜”

    https://twitter.com/risemelbourne/status/1502769563796389888

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    • This is what happens when the over entitled fuck up something awful and can’t understand how it could possibly be their fault. There are many examples of this sort of derangement in the current Labour cabinet, Megan Woods, David Parker, Ayesha Verall, Michael Wood, Robbo, Mahuta, Willie Wonka , Kelvin Davis and my favourite David Clark. This bloke was a complete pillock who got busted for being an arrogant twat and was demoted. Against all odds he’s come back into the fold and is even more obnoxious and condescending than he was last time around. God help us with people like this in charge.

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      • They have no sense of shame, very little self-awareness, and a fucking gigantic sense of self-importance. That fucktard Clark should have been permanently out on his ear. As an employee of mine he wouldn’t have survived that catastrophic error of judgement. But as a super-smug asshole with a real prick-face that I just want to punch he’d never have been employed in the first place.

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  11. They are still rolling the idots out of their cages.

    The true number of Covid cases in the community remains a mystery as leading experts warn it could be up to four times higher than what is being reported.

    The predictions come as New Zealand yesterday recorded its deadliest day so far during the outbreak, with eight people dying of Covid-related conditions.

    Epidemiologist professor Rod Jackson said people either not getting tested or not reporting their rapid antigen test results could make a huge difference to the accuracy of Covid-19 case numbers.

    Covid-19 modeller professor Michael Plank told TVNZ’s Breakfast that while RAT testing was very useful because it returned a result so quickly, it left a big unknown around how many people were getting tested and how many weren’t uploading their results.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-shooting-in-the-dark-we-dont-have-any-clear-idea-about-the-true-number-of-cases/ECF2WNHL325RZEYYYJ5EDG66NM/

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        • I’m starting to report those fb posts with fake news.
          Still waiting for evidence of pitchforks at Lake Mallard.
          Or all the deaths Tamaki was to be held responsible for at his super-spreader event.
          Maybe fb will cancel Ferald, Stuffed and Newshub as serial offenders.

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    • If the RAT test actually tested for Covid the results combined with the extensive 27 month history of serology tests (IFR) we don’t have, would be meaningful.

      They are right, it is shooting in the dark. No serology tests, and subsequently no IFR or published IFR, and RAT tests that don’t test for Covid, because the virus in the form as proclaimed, does not exist.

      And if the fuckers abandoned every Covid response and stopped the ban on Ivermectin, this would be a non event. Who would give a RATs arse about case numbers if no-one was dying?

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  12. Don’t swing your roadkill possum, because karen will be offended and call the poolice!
    Pixsed man walking home swang a roadkill. Poolice turned up and couldn’t find it.
    They probably wanted to fingerprint it!
    FJA, poolice, where’s clarkE?

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  13. Pfizer vaccine: Four ‘adverse’ events that affect the face outlined in new report

    The report, titled Cumulative Analysis of Post-authorisation Adverse Event Reports, lists face oedema, facial paralysis, facial paresis and faciobrachial dystonic seizure as potential adverse events linked to the vaccine.

    https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1579010/pfizer-vaccine-side-effects-covid-faciobrachial-dystonic-seizure-paresis-paralysis

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  14. I see Sleepy Joe Biden is in the shit for cancelling the Keystone Pipeline. The record gas prices are being blamed on this.

    This sounds like our useless Govt who suck up to the Greens.

    A pox on their houses.

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  15. Supply and demand scale ‘tipping’ in housing market

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/03/13/supply-and-demand-scale-tipping-in-housing-market/
    Jen Baird, chief executive of REINZ, said although house prices continue to increase – albeit at a more moderate pace – sales activity is down and there are more properties on the market.

    “The increase in available properties and the subdued demand is having a depressive effect on sales activity,” she said.

    “Market sentiment has shifted and with pressure to buy easing, we are seeing less competition, less urgency and fewer sales.”

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  16. Dear Vlad
    NZ could help you in your current endeavours. We could send over a few people to Ukraine and in no time at all it will all be over and victory will be assured.

    This small band will be able, with great kindness and thorough transparency, to:
    – Devastate the opponents economy in quick time.
    – Screw up their Waters management before you can count to Three.
    – Divide their nation completely.
    – Put the medical services under great pressure.
    – Lock down the population and destroy the education system.
    – Support the criminal element and allow them to terrorise ordinary citizens.
    – Vaxx everyone with something semi lethal. Here an extra bit of polonium might help.
    – And they would deny everything.

    Regards
    Bob

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  17. A few suggestions for ClarkE’s next TV show (courtesy of FB):

    Moving Ounces
    It’s in the Bag
    Top Gear
    Snortland Street
    The Nanny
    Gaywatch
    Dork and Cindy
    Whose Line is it Anyway
    The Horse Whisperer
    First Man Behaving Badly
    Prisoner

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  18. https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2022/03/gang-members-attacking-motorist-riding-bikes-on-wrong-side-of-road-symbolic-of-where-we-are-as-a-country-national-s-mark-mitchell.html
    Gang members being filmed riding their motorbikes on a busy State Highway before attacking and critically injuring a motorist on Friday is “symbolic of where we are as a country” when it comes to crime, National’s Mark Mitchell says.
    Footage posted to YouTube at the weekend showed Tribesmen gang members riding their motorbikes into oncoming traffic on the wrong side of the road between Taupō and Auckland.

    It was later revealed a motorist had been critically injured on the Waikato Expressway after the gang members surrounded a ute and assaulted the driver.

    Appearing on AM, National Party Police spokesperson Mitchell said the incident was an “awful, violent assault”.

    “It’s pretty symbolic of where we are as a country in terms of; just about every week we’re seeing gang members take over public spaces, roads, and abusing members of the public.

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    • Strangely I think the national party’s supporting of mandated medical treatment was also an awful violent assault. At least gang members are more trustworthy in that they are consistent in their motivations and behaviours and actually don’t care what you think about them.

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  19. Indonesia has a earthquake of 6.7 magnitude
    I do hope the coalmine, transport infrastructure, wharfs and coal handling gear are saf and usable,
    Or we are in the shit! Just imagine the price of power if any of them were puckarued!
    Great planing cindy. How’s your arse, is it covered!
    FJA, Where’s clarkE!

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  20. Cuddles has responded saying the poolice are gearing up to make arrests.
    They are now experienced in the use of knuckle dusters ,face shields,batons and pepper spray and will have rubber bullets as backup.
    They are placing concrete blocks outside the gang headquarters just in case vehicles may try and escape.

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  21. Cindy’s going to open the travel door earlier than planned, shock announcement this week!
    Well bitch you had better plane to remove the mandate rules aswell, or the tourist are going to be pissed. Can’t see them been happy with masks, signing in etc. So the hospitality industry is going to nbe pissed with you, my dear! You wouldn’t want them to zip their wallets shut, will you!
    Imagine the reviews, when they all say Don’t come to NZ, they are shut and turned the light out!

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    • Labour sycophants have been busy deflecting! Pinky should be in stocks and not the sitdown type!
      As for prof cockwarble,he should have to stand in a prominent roadside corner and repat the labour party manifesto, with boxes of ripe tomatoes handy!

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  22. !!!!!! BREAKING NEWS !!!!!!!!!!
    The leader of the National party has announced
    he is changing his name to Captain Cockhead.
    When queried about this astounding decision, by
    the most truthful media in living history, Captain Cockhead
    replied that this change of name reflected where the party
    stood on diversity and acceptance of all people and all names.
    He added that he always wanted a ‘cool and catchy handle’.

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  23. The most hilarious thing ive heard today…
    We do have the room to do this from savings, Robertson says.
    “We most definitely can afford to do this.”

    the stupid poof thinks nz govt has “savings”, i recall deficit deficit deficit as far as treasury could see plus unprecedented debt so yeah nah robbo you aint managed to do any savings youre fucked and polling is the only reason youre throwing kiwis a bone.

    My guess is the fuel companies will have a bit of a gouge and eat up half that “saving”

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  24. Lots of people we know have now had the rona. Just spoke to an unvaxed mate who has just recovered from it. Confirmed by a RAT. Tried to report it to MOH. Website was down, try again later message on 2 attempts. Tried to phone it in disconnected 2 attempts.
    Gave up. Based on observation and stories like this the number of infections at present is multiple times what they are reporting.
    This mate is 68 with some health issues and slightly overweight but reported the illness as a bad cold.
    The rates of hospitilisation and death are miniscule. But we all know that here. FJA

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        • “The Vaunting”

          The oldest version of the story connected with ‘The Vaunting’ is recorded in Donald MacDonald’s MS, dated 1826, as follows:
          ‘Ronald Macdonald, Esq. of Morair, was a first-rate player on the bagpipe, and a number of fine pieces were composed by him, besides this one. He had a gentleman’s son residing with him, to pass the winter at his house. This youth took a notion of learning to play upon the pipe, and, in a short time, acquired a thorough knowledge of the method of playing, which made him very happy. Some little time after this, the young man fell sick, and very little hopes were entertained of his recovery. When he thought himself near death, he sent for Mr Macdonald, to whom, when he arrived, he said “O, my very dear friend and master, it would greatly gratify me (since I must die,) if you would compose a Lament for me after I am dead;” to which request the gentleman gave his consent. In the course of a week after this, the young gentleman again sent for Mr Macdonald; and he accordingly came. The young gentleman addressed him as follows: “O sir, if you would have the goodness to let me hear the Lament, before I die, it would make my quite happy.” Ronald MacAilleanoig told him, he was afraid his head could not bear the sound; to which the yout h replied, “O, but I think it will do me good.” MacAilleanoig brought his pipes, and blew them up at the sick man’s bedside; the air delighted him so much that the fever took a turn, and in a few days he was quite well. Being now recovered, MacAilleanoig asked the young man what should now be the name of the Lament, “O, (said the young gentleman,) we’ll make a Boalich of it,” which word signifies Drollery. It is a fine air, and very ill [difficult] to play.’

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  25. Here’s a chart of the hourly average wage in NZ.
    https://tradingeconomics.com/new-zealand/wages

    Let’s imagine that a typical basic 2-bdm flat was 10,000 hours of gross wages. So in 1992 at $15 an hour your could buy a flat in Auckland for $150,000. Today, that same flat should be $350,000.
    Mortgage rates (according to https://teara.govt.nz/en/graph/23100/interest-rates-1966-2008) in 1992 were around 10% but dropped thereafter. Could that drop alone explain why the same 2-bdm flat today would be around $1 million on the market today?

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    • Allow me gents 🤪:

      Aaaaarrrrrrk arrrrk loser 🦜💩🦜💩💩💩💩💩 rent blah blah arrrrkkkk lies it’s all lies property market holy -blasphemy 😱 hate facts and figures aaaRRRRRRRKKKKK 🦜🦜🦜💩💩💩💩

      [Actual transcript of investment advice from our resident Ponzi players ^]

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    • O-Sen, when discussing property prices it’s important to factor in the mentality of bottom feeding losers. They are driven by a narcissistic sense of entitlement and are deeply insecure about their self worth. Which to be fair, isn’t much. So they attach their identity to a property. They then proceed to talk up the worth of that property as a proxy for themselves.

      We tolerate them, though we probably shouldn’t.

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    • ……” Could that drop alone explain”……

      Not even near the mark. But add in land banking by parasites, councils discouraging building via regulation to cover up their lack of investment in infrastructure along with the insane goals of central government to flood us with immigrants & you’re getting close.

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  26. Gull New Zealand sold to Aussie equity firm
    Daniel Smith11:49, Mar 14 2022

    Gull New Zealand has been sold to Australian private equity firm Allegro Funds, pending approval from the Commerce Commission and the Overseas Investment Office.

    Gull was sold for $572 million, according to an announcement on the ASX by Gull’s owner, Ampol.

    In the statement, a representative of Ampol said the sale of Gull was made to ease competition concerns surrounding its $1.97 billion takeover bid for Z Energy.

    The private equity firm had previously invested in other New Zealand companies such as Toll Global Express, Hannahs, Number One Shoes, Postie, and Carpet Court.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/128047002/gull-new-zealand-sold-to-aussie-equity-firm

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  27. Talking about housing market trends on YSB is like talking about the Weather used to be on KB.

    Always some lunatic with an axe to grind over the most ordinary facts. They were probably beaten as children. Though clearly not enough.

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  28. Rissole should arrange a meeting of Mike H and our Edith.

    Those two freaks would probably be a perfect match.

    The stag night would be a scream lol

    And Rissole could be Best Man in a kilt and bagpipes.

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  29. Odakyu Sen

    Often the humble newspaper teaches us more about history than fifteen tomes of wank from an historian with a message. This from the Auckland Star 12 March 1945:

    NORTHCOTE – Level building section. Bus passes. A gift at 150 pounds

    ROTHESAY BAY – Beach sections from 100 pounds

    REMUERA – Ideal building site 500 pounds

    MANGERE – Choice building site 100 pounds

    a) Pounds because your correspondent doesn’t have a clue about how to make a quid sign.

    b) In the same paper the Eastbourne BC were advertising for a Town Clerk/Manager at a remuneration of 700 pounds pa.

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      • Yes & no. There was genuine hardship in NZ during the Depression & this caused the people of my parents generation (those born say 1920 to 1930) to embrace the concept of social welfare. I have no problem in accepting that welfare is now a hammock as opposed to a safety net but as a child of the 50s I also have to accept that life was good for us & even later on for my kids.

        Yet we paid the price. As a humble truck driver with a non working wife & moonlighting as a pub bottlestore worker/bouncer my marginal tax rate was 66cents in the dollar.

        The wheels fell off when technology killed low skilled jobs. Unhappily it coincided with the desperate efforts of petty bureaucrats who over time inflated costs with unnecessary regulations in order to keep their empires afloat.

        I loathe them.

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    • I don’t think land was very highly valued in NZ in those days. I wonder what the annual rates in pounds on one of those 100-pound sections would have been. I would guess that it might have been several pounds, which would be a very high percentage of the market value of the land.

      Does anyone know what annual rates were like 70 years ago?

      (Naaska would know….)

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  30. The horse is claiming that she listened to her loyal subjects and acted accordingly by lowering petrol prices.

    Fucking bull shit. The polls heading south made her run for cover and now that fish boy has gone to greener pastures she is in deep trouble.

    Too little too late.

    I look forward to you being handed your arse next year….. maybe sooner when you eventually wake up that your loyal subjects do not give a toss about you.

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