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  1. FUUUCCCKKK, “MSM confused why healthy women under 40 are dying at alarming rate ”
    ‘Salty cracker’ on Google .
    Does anybody really think this will be exposed like it should be with the international MSM being funded by the Swamp for the last 2 1/2 years ??

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  2. Bloody Hell, just reading an article where 3 pies woods wants Auckland council to allow 3 story tenement flats to be built virtually anywhere in the city, what I find incredible isn’t the fact that she wants ghetto style housing to be allowed without resource consent everywhere in the city,but the part in the article where it states that 3 pies is only 48 years old ,this I thought must be a mistake but NO I googled it and FFS the fat 3 Chinned creature is only 48 years of age.
    Take this as a warning YSBrs as what can happen to the human body if you stuff to much food and liquor down your throat and tell enormous fucking lies to the people of your Country on a daily basis.

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  3. ON RENAMING NEW ZEALAND (Rust never sleeps)

    This article (‘Māori Party Seeks To Erase all White Names for Cities, Towns, Places and Nation’) from the Daily Examiner NZ, will no doubt be of interest.

    As luxflakes apparently wants to cosy-up the The Maori Partyto get their support in Government, and has made no public comment concerning what they propose, it would seem that he approves their intentions.

    The NZMSM, should they even bother commenting, will, of course, also approve.

    Things could well-become ‘interesting’, especially as the Maori Party DON’T speak for ALL Maori…

    https://www.thedailyexaminer.co.nz/maori-party-seeks-to-erase-all-white-names-for-cities-towns-places-and-nation/?fbclid=IwAR1OWIToEOoQT3J8QSEX1Z-76LN0lA8nP7S4HdHYEEpYDuqKC5heDFcBDZM

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    • “Quick reminder at this point that the Russian army is advancing and taking territory without gas, tanks, planes, ships, generals, soldiers nor a president (died of cancer)…plus a defence minister who had a stroke whilst at the same time was planning a coup d’etat against Putin”

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  4. Children across the United States will soon have Barbie and Ken doll expecting a baby, except the Barbie is not going to be the one who’s carrying the baby, it’s Ken.

    CEO Andrew Shave said that pregnant men have been in the shadows for too long and that it is time to change that.

    This is a spiritual warfare, and they are targeting us from every single angle.

    https://t.me/thewhiterosenz/144137

    These people are sick in the head.
    The romans did this to their empire so long ago.
    Whats the common denonminator?

    Well they are Catholics. Just like the Azos and the Nazi’s and the austro Germans. Look at the fces on the picture for today.
    Catholic arsewipes.

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  5. Niwas winter prediction… wetter, milder with a few exeptions. Wtf kind of prediction is that? Stupid boy predicts clouds rain sun and wind with a few snowy exeptions… just as accurate and it didnt cost millions of dollars

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    • Clever boy!

      Beautiful morning in the Waikato, thank goodness as it’s done nothing but rain and blow this last couple of weeks. Everything is a bit soggy but at least our new lawn is finally growing. Have a great day everyone. ☀️☀️☀️ 😎
      Except FJA. She can rot in hell.

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  6. Not so clever of dl in supporting the wrong side 🤡. FJA 💩

    Ukraine invasion: Why NZ has ‘a lot of skin in the game’ when it comes to the result of the Russia conflict
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2022/06/ukraine-invasion-why-nz-has-a-lot-of-skin-in-the-game-when-it-comes-to-the-result-of-the-russia-conflict.html
    A New Zealand international affairs expert has warned if Russia claims victory in their war against Ukraine, it could have a dramatic impact on our ability to trade.

    New Zealand has also been providing aid to Ukraine in the form of military aid and humanitarian support, so far providing $16.6 million as well as deploying members of the Defence Force.

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    • Yep, well when you go to uni for a babbling degree and fail to read about history (even your own counties), then what can we expect?
      Do you think either Luxflakes or Seymour ot the scribble faced ones have bothered in their useless lives to read about Euro- Russian history.
      Too tired and lazy and busy trying to revamp ours without any understanding at all.

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    • Yup we should have remained neutral. Russia will take economic revenge once the shooting in what’s left of Ukraine stops. And like our contribution is going to make a difference if 50 Bil from the USA is making fuck all impact. Russia can wage that war for as long as it likes. Nothing short of bombing its industrial heartland ( WW2 Germany style) will have any impact. And the only people who could do that are NATO. And they won’t as they know Russia will flatten their cities in a week.

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      • It’ll all be ok!
        She’ll be long gone!
        See out the end of the year and five overseas trips to raise the drofile!
        It’ll be see you later with free five star international travel, limo when she wants it, free selfdrive car, free security gaurds, state funeral for clarke!

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    • Saw my gp this week.
      Medical centre is decked out in little yellow and blue flags.
      This is some kind of fundraising effort to send medical supplies to Ukraine.
      Consultation fee has risen $1 since last visit.
      I assumed that was to pay for all the Perspex screens everywhere that mean I have to shout my details at the receptionist for everyone else to hear.
      I’d rather they raised money to recruit another couple of doctors so I don’t have to wait weeks for an appointment.
      Fuck Ukraine.

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  7. Think youre having a slow day? Spare a thought for this stupid boy, transporters tied up today so ive gotta track a machine a bit over 3km… its top speed is 700m per hour, fml lol. Same thing happened last year too, paid by the hour so easy money today!

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    • Be careful and put your suncream on.
      Oh and watch out for the bird. He might be faster than that in his screw top honda with its two stroke motor.

      I noticed he hasn’t woken from his hutch down there yet.
      Perhaps the internet doesn’t reach where he is so he hasn’t found an over priced house he likes.

      Still you will have plenty of time to explore exciting internet stuff while trundling along.

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  8. So who is this arsewipe.
    A well-known entertainer is accused of laundering money for the leader of an international drug ring by hauling hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gold bars to Turkey.

    The man, who has had a successful career in New Zealand and overseas spanning more than 35 years, has won a bid to keep his identity under wraps until the case goes to trial next year.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/entertainer-who-took-416k-worth-of-gold-bars-to-turkey-keeps-identity-secret-until-trial/ACBOIVGHP3ZJYQQ6YQYDYI64OI/

    And why turkey.
    Poppy from Afghanistan perhaps.

    Not giving much attention to entertainers Ihaven’t a clue but we can be sure this will be the thin edge of the wedge.
    And of is this person a friend of DL and the fisherman?

    Perhaps that’s why the fisherman is out of sight?
    yu think?

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  9. “We should be doing what New Zealand is doing” I told my husband in the early days of the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic.

    New Zealand was coming out of a successful lockdown, and I had just received an email pitch recruiting me to take a job as a forensic pathologist in the capital city.

    From my vantage point from the autopsy suite of a California coroner’s morgue in May 2020, I could already see that New Zealand’s response was far superior to what was happening — or, really, what was not happening — in the United States.

    A forensic pathologist is a doctor who examines, among other things, diseases and injuries that stop people in their tracks and prevent them from getting to the hospital for diagnosis and treatment. And Covid doesn’t only kill patients in the hospital, after weeks of ICU care. It also kills suddenly and unexpectedly.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/irreversible-damage-what-a-forensic-pathologist-sees-in-bodies-of-covid-patients/ACGWN36Y5ANWDZKZV2WUUIG6MI/

    That’s all fine but she doesn’t suggest we do what many others have done and get to work with Ivermectin and chloroquine.

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  10. Only just into winter. Stay healthy!

    Health system hit hard by winter illness, Covid numbers persist

    Multiple waves of winter illness are washing over a health system already under strain, and now the fight is on to keep clinicians’ heads above water.
    https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/06/04/health-system-hit-hard-by-winter-illness-covid-numbers-persist/

    “We’ve got lots of winter illnesses impacting us right now. Covid has stubbornly stayed at a level that impacts every part of the hospital … and the community and primary sector that serves Counties Manukau are feeling a lot of pressure as well.”

    Clinicians were also fighting illness themselves.

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    • There has been bugger all flue about since labour introduced the deadly rona and killed a shitload of people by denying them the appropriate medical treatments, let alone killing them of with rona drug induced medical conditions!
      It’s going to be interesting to see the results of this coming flue season, is it going to be worse with the big influx of the tourists and migrants?

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      • Isn’t it interesting once upon a time before the government induced rona upon the New Zealanders and lockdowns you could phone the Doctor and get an appointment if not today well maybe in a few days, never more than a couple. After the Government introduced the deadly Rona and jabbies we can now wait at least two weeks at the earliest for an appointment and they would far rather do a phone consultation rather than see you face to face. And may I ask what the hell happened? Did the doctors disappear to other countries? Did many of them die? Where have all the doctors gone? We can’t see them for weeks or have to wait a couple of weeks for a phone consultation. Waiting list at hospitals are now ridiculous to say the least. Are people dropping dead of the Rona injectables so we are unable to actually see a doctor?

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    • And this cunt of a government, along
      with the DHB’s thought it was a great idea to
      sack health professionals for refusing the
      poison jab; The wonderful Mrs.Bon being one
      of them. I want to see these DHB’s crawl over
      broken glass and beg forgiveness from these
      decent people. And the Nurse’s union just let it
      happen. Wankers.

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    • As i noted on Fb its winter time and we now have the most number of elderly people we have ever had. We also have a much increased population fr om15 years ago, BUT, have we built any new hospitals anywhere.?
      Sure we have modernised some and have rebuilt some and closed some smaller ones, but have we actually increased the bed numbers in line with our demographics.

      We hadn’t done it with housing, nor with schools, nor with roads etc etc.

      Failure to plan leads to failure.

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      • How long have Labour been talking about the new hospital for Dunedin? Everything announced in their infrastructure plan before the last election was “shovel ready” but doubt they have begun any of those proposals? Our local connection of the Waikato expressway through Tamahere entrance to Hamilton was well underway during National being in power and is still being finished. Talk about SLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        Remember the Chinese built a whole new hospital in 2020 from scratch in 14 days.
        FJA 🤡🤡🤡💩💩💩

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  11. Here we go again. Another leftie balls up. And more unintended consequences.
    https://baybuzz.co.nz/jammies-for-june/
    Each winter it becomes impossible to buy pyjamas for the kids because they’ve all been snapped up by well-meaning fools and donated to charities like Jammies 4 June.
    This has been running for several years, and welfare groups who get inundated with kids pyjamas struggle to find enough people who need them.
    My family can afford to buy our own clothing, but if there are none in the stores this year, we’re going to be forced to line up for the freebies somewhere.
    Anyone else think that’s nuts?

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  12. Oh dear what a shame. Ardern and Liarbor will be slaughtered next year.

    “The National Party is on course to comfortably retain the Tauranga seat vacated by its former MP Simon Bridges, with a new poll suggesting candidate Sam Uffindell will cruise to victory in this month’s by-election.

    The Newshub Nation-Reid Research poll released on Saturday morning shows Uffindell is by far the preferred candidate in Tauranga, with 56.9 percent of the vote – a percentage that would eclipse the 42.8 percent Bridges achieved at the 2020 election.

    Uffindell’s closest rival, Labour MP Jan Tinetti, has lost support in the electorate, down from 35.5 percent at the 2020 election to 21.9 percent in this poll.”

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    • Jan Tineetti labour was on 35.5%, today on 21.9 %. Nah, she’s just running a late race!
      Cindy and family wil be along shortly before voting starts, to do a whirlwind tour, kissing babies and yummy mummies, visiting all the places of interest, like kindies, maori pas!
      If cindy doesn’t turn up, she will bomb!

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      • Nope, not really wanted here. sick of their hori agenda etc.

        Time will tell. Uffindell looks like he has the creds.
        The worst thing would be for others to drag the votes down and allow that lazy ex teacher to be a fulltime mp.

        Talking about that they have the red troops out door knocking today.
        Was cleaning out a bit of gutter and they wandered into the neighbours. 3 luvely like Labour sex objects sadly.

        Next stop would have been my place. Now I just have an ordinary humble abode but they walked right past. I feel agreived as I was looking forward to telling them how lacking their history education really is.

        Hopefully The nats take it not that I think they are up to much but the other lot are worse.

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    • I’m a little disappointed with that outcome.
      Happy to see Labour voted into oblivion, but would like to see a warning shot to the kneecaps of the National (at least we’re not Labour) Party.

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  13. There was a man out tramping the Milford track.

    He got horribly lost and went for a week without food but on the 8th day he came across a kiwi and decided to cook and eat it. Half way through his meal a DOC ranger found him. DOC were outraged and took him to court.

    Given the circumstances the judge was sympathetic but also curious. He had decided to discharge the accused but out of curiosity asked him, “what does kiwi taste like”?

    The man replied, “like a cross between yellowed eyed penguin and takahe”.

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    • Nasska true story, a mates father used to live in the bush possuming on the heaphy track area. He was based out of one of the huts during winter and had accidentally trapped a kiwi and it was too munted to release so decided to have a taste…
      Sliced n diced it into his cast iron camp oven and let it simmer away, that evening 2 doc workers doing track maintanence stayed at the hut and he was kind enough to share a meal 🙂 anyways a bit later in the evening one of the doc guys discovered all the kiwi feathers nearby and flipped his shit asking my mates dad if he knew anything about it…they were horrified to find out they ate the rest of the evidence! He never got in shit either as i think the doc guys were too scared to tell their boss theyd eaten a kiwi.

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  14. Waikanae watch has coverage of the ‘stop three waters’ roadshow which started in Christchurch yesterday.
    Thought there may be a bigger attendance but will see what happens when it gets underway.

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    • Well, as long as they do not mind paying $35 for a 100g of milk or $95 for 50g of cheese or even $150 for 50g beef gravy beef that is all OK. I was watching a documentary on early Egypt in the time well before Cleopatra the other day and it seems to me by what Joann Fletcher Egyptologist, writer and lecturer was saying, changing climate was happening yes even in those times, please read ancient history FFS before you talk shit like that Steve Abel. Its just another thing for the bastard woke to go on about.

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    • WG,

      As we know, culling cows will not make a difference to climate change. Culling off a valuable source of dairy and food won’t help save the planet, but it will help create food shortages.

      Steve Abel is blinkered and does not realise that the number of cows has increased to match demand caused by the increase in the population, the longer average life span, and our need to trade with overseas countries.

      Instead of worrying about emissions from cows, he should be more concerned about the penile emissions fertilising the females in the govt “baby breeding program”. The massive cost underwriting subsidies paid out to the unemployed and social welfare recipients to bribe them to have state paid for babies, as well as subsidies to employed people, is overwhelming and bankrupting the country.

      If any given couple cannot afford to raise a child on their own finances, they should limit the number they have to what they can afford. Social welfare is not there to establish “baby breeders”.

      If he was campaigning to phase out “baby breeding” subsidies he might gain some respect amongst people, but then he would be trashed by the media and expelled from the Green Party.

      His cause is lacking in logic, not genuine.

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  15. n recent months there has been new urgency in getting the EU trade deal done and the UK trade deal up and running so if China starts closing its doors, there are backups.

    The US will not necessarily be one of them. Ardern made it clear the CPTPP was still NZ’s primary desire. But her tone on that changed at the time of her meeting with Biden – she moved to the bird in the hand is worth two in the bush strategy.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/claire-trevett-pm-jacinda-ardern-made-most-of-us-trip-but-is-china-tipping-point-close/YOH6Y65TY24TUSJBOLVSDXH2IE/

    So there is the excuse for sending money and troops to the Ukraine.
    Selling out to the Euro’s.

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    • With cindy selling out to Biden and Putin saying that he will target the wests nerve centres!
      Is wellington now in the crosshairs of at least one nuclear rocket?
      Oh, the irony the ex world leader of the commie party is taken out by the present world leader of the real commie party, the one with subs cruising the world’s oceans, just waiting for the button push!
      One problem is the bitch is never going to be home, between now and christmas!
      I wouldn’t want to fly commercial with her on board, likey to get shot down!
      They had better hurry up and fix her private jet, quick smart, to save all them passengers!
      Her private jet with her and a load of labour flunkies, would not be missed at all in the world scheme!

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    • There is no chance of a useful trade deal with Europe or the USA. Both countries supportmtheir farmers and the farmers have a lot of political influence. The UK shafted NZ in 1973, with the EU, and nothing has changed.
      Free access to Europe or the UK is a dream

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  16. Some friends of ours were in their campervan passing through Nelson and spotted a large gathering of people so decided to loop around for a closer look thinking there must be some sort of event on, Fuck me it was the bloody food bank, Nelson of all places ffs the country must be fucked.
    FJA

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    • It’s fucked alright Hoss ole chap, when they are screaming “climate crisis” everywhere and indoctrinating our kids that if we haven’t got to net zero emissions by 2050, we’re fucked.
      Records amount of money is not going to stop emissions, we will just be poorer for it.
      We have to vote this government and this destroying bitch out !~

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  17. Went for a look out Jacks Point. It would be the most picture perfect suburb I’ve ever seen. Wanker Tesla drivers everywhere. Can’t get the money stink out of my clothe$

    The drive back was worse than Auckland rush hour. Bumper to bumper since I arrived 4 hours ago. I don’t want to drive anywhere except out of here.

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    • It’s safe and effective to mix and match … vaccines…

      In any normal area of medicine, chemistry, food, and for that matter “off the shelf” drugs, has the consumer been advised to mix and match. I say “off the shelf” because the vaccines are not prescribed by a doctor after performing due diligence.

      Which by analytical implication:

      [1] The vaccines are all the same despite being “quite different”, and are supplied from the same source. Which implies that one organisation is manufacturing and controlling things. Much like the modern Cyberman Ear pieces in Dr Who.

      OR
      [2] They don’t care which vaccine you mix and match with because they all contain dangerous payloads designed to sterlise, maim, or kill.

      “So it’s OK to mix Rat poison A with Rat poison B with Rat poison C because all are designed to cull.”

      “We don’t care if the victim’s first shot is a 9mm calibre bullet, the second shotgun pellets, and the third a hollow point, because all three shots will cull.”

      “If you are making a three layer cake, mix and match, First layer marshmallow laced with tablespoons of baking powder, second layer live maggots, third layer tomato sauce mixed with vinegar. No matter which sequence, you will throw up – violently.
      “Mummy I don’t feel well, and this cake smells awful..”
      “Hush now baby, and eat it all up. It’s safe, the ‘science is settled’. Let’s see if you can puke 3 metres this time.”

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  18. Trying to be a good husband, I recently unloaded the dishwasher. (There’s a first time for everything!)
    Did you know that the pots and pans have to be put back where they belong?
    Apparently, it matters to my wife where that stuff goes.
    But not to worry. I can easily resolve the problem by never going near the dishes again.
    Fortunately, I find most marital issues have a simple, common-sense solution.

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  19. Largest Plant in the World Has Been on the Planet for Over 4000 Years
    By Steve Milne
    June 2, 2022 Updated: June 2, 2022
    biggersmaller Print

    Researchers from two Australian universities have discovered what they believe to be the largest plant in the world, an ancient and resilient seagrass that stretches 180km across.

    This single giant plant of the seagrass Posidonia australis is estimated to be 4,500 years old. It was found in the shallow waters of Shark Bay in Western Australia (WA) and has been detailed in a study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/largest-plant-in-the-world-has-been-on-the-planet-for-over-4000-years_4507069.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_campaign=Aomb-2022-06-03&utm_medium=Aoemail&est=oKDR3zxODGi26pVls6ASVX%2FZfctlEK7UjvTNAn1aOenI%2B8qug3uu2dZ0jnzHWDU%3D

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        • Not too bad vikey, bluetooth earmuffs and youtube/spotify made it more bearable. Took a bit over 5½hrs with a bit of excitement halfway as had to go up n down a greasy hill so tractor and wire rope to assist.
          The rest of the day was shit tho… literally, bloody 4inch effluent line decided to burst a join when i was repositioning it. Had a lovely shit shower an filled one gumboot to the brim grrrrrr, havent milked cows for 4 years but still getting covered in their shit 🙁

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  20. It’s hard not to admire someone who plays hardball with socialist, know-all City Councils. Dunedin CC in their infinite arrogance demanded that facades be retained if any development of the site occupied by a few Victorian era shitholes was to go ahead.

    In this instance the owner, one Geoffrey Yee, extended two fingers & let nature take its course.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/128811883/behind-the-facade-the-dilapidated-cbd-buildings-with-trees-growing-through-them

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    • I just read that an hour ago, if one has time and patience they can definately win that game.
      Now with the street needing fenced off etc the public and councilors will get pissy and theyll be forced to admit defeat and allow them to be demolished.

      Imo if fuckwit councils insist on the stupidity of a situation like that (keeping the facades intact) then they should bloody well pay for it… with their own money not ratepayers.
      All the council has achieved is delaying much needed development and upgrades to that in city shithole, id imagine the council would also have benefitted by a much larger rates take from the buildings too if they had of been allowed the redevelopment years ago.

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  21. One of the resons that houses are sooo expensive.

    usiness
    Auckland Council set to appeal against go-ahead for new town ‘the size of Napier’
    Auckland Council will appeal a decision giving three of New Zealand’s biggest developers the green light to rezone 330 hectares of land in Drury.

    Independent hearing commissioners last month approved the private plan changes of developers Oyster Capital, Fulton Hogan and Kiwi Property.

    But Auckland Council announced on Friday afternoon that it will now challenge the findings.

    In a statement Auckland Council’s chief of strategy, Megan Tyler, said it had until June 17 to lodge the appeals in the Environment Court.

    “The council is committed to continuing to work with the private plan change applicants and other parties whether that is through court-directed mediation or other avenues,” she said.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/auckland-council-set-to-appeal-against-go-ahead-for-new-town-the-size-of-napier/RXMASQMALQDL25CV5SCPWHTFXQ/

    except. The council are so committed to the high density stuff that they now a re endeavouring to stall anything else. People would rather live in a house than a apartment building and they know that if this goes ahead there is a problem for their plans. Lots of MT apartments rented out cheap to the misfits.

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  22. She was in the job 11 days and Australia’s new Foreign Minister Penny Wong had already made three international trips.

    Wong has travelled as much in a week and a half as our Foreign Minister, Nanaia Mahuta, has in a year and a half.

    Mahuta can’t continue to use the pandemic as an excuse for her failure to travel. The world is opening up. Wong is proving that.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/heather-du-plessis-allan-is-the-foreign-affairs-role-too-much-for-nanaia-mahuta/7L2PZZ33CCEX4JBHK2F5KVCU7E/.
    The outlook for the PM isn’t good either. Ardern will find it hard to shuffle Mahuta out of the job. Mahuta has too much power. She is a kaumatua in Labour’s Māori caucus and that caucus holds a lot of power.

    If Ardern can’t move Mahuta on, she might have to step up and quietly do a lot of her Foreign Affairs work for her.

    In the meantime, Mahuta has a target on her back. The opposition parties can sniff blood and they’re coming for her. The fact that the brand new Foreign Affairs Minister across the Ditch is outperforming her from the word go won’t help.

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  23. Just watched a zoom call with the three ladies from the Hood. These are the people going for a judicial review of the Medsafe decision to approve the jab roll out for 5-11 year olds. Amazing ladies doing a great job. The case comes before the court at the end of this month. If you have some spare cash they are still around 170k short of what they need to avoid any delays.

    https://thehoodnz.com/donate

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