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    • Expect 10% house price growth in 2024, more in 2025
      Good news outweighs the bad news of increasing unemployment.

      The year is almost over and these are the main things which have happened in the residential housing market:

      1. House prices stopped falling in the middle of the year and are so far 6.7% off their lows in Auckland and Wellington and 4.6% in Canterbury.

      2. First home buyers jumped into the market in good numbers in February and have remained active since, eventually accounting for a record percentage of total house sales.

      3. Investors have been showing increased interest in recent months, more latterly encouraged by the coming restoration of interest expense deductibility. But they remain hesitant as costs are high and for many the numbers don’t yet stack up.

      4. Tenants are facing increasing competition for accommodation courtesy partly of the record net migration boom adding 2.5% to our population the past year, and the active discouragement to people to provide rental accommodation caused by the previous government’s policies.

      Read more: https://www.oneroof.co.nz/news/tony-alexander-expect-10-house-price-growth-in-2024-more-in-2025-44830

      just the facts.

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      • Wait, where’s Kea?

        . . .he’s resting
        No, no…..No, ‘e’s stunned!
        he’s…he’s, ah…probably pining for the fjords
        This parrot is no more! He has ceased to be! ‘E’s expired and gone to meet ‘is maker!
        ‘E’s a stiff! Bereft of life, ‘e rests in peace! If you hadn’t nailed ‘im to the perch ‘e’d be pushing up the daisies!
        ‘Is metabolic processes are now ‘istory! ‘E’s off the twig!
        ‘E’s kicked the bucket, ‘e’s shuffled off ‘is mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin’ choir invisible!!

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      • There is nothing good about house prices rising and more of peoples income going to foreign owned banks. The social and economic devastation on our country is beyond calculation.

        Different story if prices rise due to increased productivity, wealth and purchasing power, but that is not the case here. Productivity is falling. It is increased debt – aka money printing.

        If you think otherwise you are both ignorant and vile. And no – attacking the messenger won’t hide what you are. It has nothing to do with me or what you fantasize my circumstances are.

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      • “My current pick for price gains in 2024 is the same as it has been since just before the middle of this year. About 10%. For 2025 there will be extra momentum in the housing market, FOMO is likely to be much higher, and I’d expect gains nationwide averaging closer to 15% then than 10%”

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          • “The social and economic devastation on our country is beyond calculation.”
            Nothing compared to what’s boiling away with race relations down there. All I see on the horizon is massive social unrest..and about fucking time. Maori need to shut their mouths and just get on with life and if they don’t..they will fucking wish they did. I shit you not.

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  1. LMFAO , Not sure of your location presently Mikey but NZ doesn’t have “local glory holes” (unfortunately),
    “ Chris Hipkins of the NZ parliament has no genitalia” ‘Sanity for Sweden’. this morning 😅😂

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  2. The first Meme is absolutely brilliant this morning Ed. Never more deserved that is exactly what they are Fork Hunts. And if you say it quickly it comes out about right.
    Good morning everyone. Hope you are all feeling chipper (Sorry wrong word if you think of the small boy who lead the country for a time this year, fucking bastard)
    It is boiling up again just the few days before Christmas, I am sure the papers and TV will have many issues with regard to the boiling of the world. Strangely I do have memories of a few very hot days prior to Christmas throughout my lifetime.
    Be careful out there as we get closer to the holidays. You never know, just in case. Have a great day.

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  3. It is going to be Labours “Day of Reckoning” in Parliament today, when Nicola Willis announces the Governments Mini Budget and Labours gross ineptitude and financial incompetence gets exposed. The people of New Zealand will today see how badly Labour shafted this country for no benefit whatsover, except for the Maori elite and a few others..

    I can’t wait to see the Po-Faced likes of Jenna Lynch, try to explain Labour’s destruction of this country away tonight, she and her fellow travelers will be, beside themselves and in full on attack against Luxon, Willis and this Coalition Government. If that is the case, then this Government will be right over the Target.

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    • Economic carnage is by design. Only way McNutty’s communist vision gets implemented is upon a pile of civilisations ashes.

      I’m stunned at the below average ability in the opposition. Their arguments are dead starters. Zero gravitas. It’s a clown caucus.

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    • TVNZ will not show anything they will pretend nothing happened of any consequence today. TV3 will also pretend nothing happened. They absolutely adored the liarbor government, so what could/will they even say to New Zealand destruction that happened under 6 years of liarbor absolute rule????? Liarbor wrecked New Zealand with their lefty communistic government, the reporters, front/sport people who front the tv stations and all the government lackys. Communism was almost into full swing when thank goodness a not so left leaning government and right leaning NZ First got in and just listen to all those people mentioned above squeal. FUCKERS each and every one of them.

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  4. The Fuka Ora outfit is still trying to deny the truth.
    They still believe that there is such a construct as a conspiracy theory.
    Wht actually is a conspiracy theory?
    Is it another opinion on your wrong information?

    Te Whatu Ora says a threat has been made on social media to release private health information online in connection with a recent Covid-19 vaccination data breach.

    Te Whatu Ora chief executive Margie Apa said the potential release of information breached an order that the Employment Relations Authority had made preventing the publication of the Covid-19 vaccination data.

    The threat had been made on X, formerly Twitter.

    A post on X by a prominent Covid-19 misinformation spreader overseas shows an email directly to Te Whatu Ora’s chief executive saying, “I just completed an analysis by gender and the results are simply devastating for the Covid-19 vaccine.”

    The email continued: “I was wondering if I can share the results with your epidemiologists who can confirm what I found. That way I can avoid disclosing the names.

    “Otherwise, in order for people to verify the results themselves, I’ll have to release the names which I would like to avoid doing if at all possible.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/te-whatu-ora-covid-19-data-breach-social-media-threat-to-release-private-health-information/B444U7ZBYBCSNIC7VKJ52NWEC4/

    you can guess what the fua Ora response is. No need touse a wild imagination at all.

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  5. Why regulation is the real problem behind the high cost of the interisland rail ferries

    Does the new earthquake code make any cost/benefit sense? Have the regulations ever been subjected to a cost/benefit analysis?

    It is not the ferries where the minister should be looking for a better solution but dockside.

    KiwiRail does not write the earthquake code, the government does. It is KiwiRail’s insurers who are demanding 70-metre piling. The government takes the insurance risk on roads. Intermodal parity means government should also take the insurance risk for rail.

    The coalition has a new Regulatory Ministry mandated to examine whether regulations make cost/benefit sense. Before the Government destroys the viability of rail the Minister of Regulations, David Seymour, should urgently consider whether it is the earthquake regulations rather than the ferries that need changing.
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    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/why-regulation-is-the-real-problem-behind-the-high-cost-of-the-interisland-rail-ferries-richard-prebble/ATLO657SSVG7THNHGF6KYDKJQM/

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  6. It seems with Hato Hone, there is no interest in any other community except if you are a Native who must have “Health Equity”.

    After reading this crap, no more donations in any form whatsoever, from The House of The Ancient Hooligan, until St John put up a similar strategy for Chinese, Japanese, Indians, Whitey and any others. Betcha they won’t so guess my money will stay in the Bank.

    https://www.stjohn.org.nz/about-st-john/health-equity-for-maori/

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    • On a bit of a tangent, I know AH, but I’ve never understood why ambulance, fire, coastguard and lifesavers are not fully funded by the government. They’re essential services. It makes no sense that they have to invest so much energy, that could’ve been put to better use, going cap in hand each year to the public for donations/volunteers.

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    • “Health Equity”
      Wanting each minority to have equal health outcomes.

      The assumption is that the various minorities are equal and that any disparity is due to unequal treatment. So, to remedy this, unequal treatment is given to certain minorities.

      What does “Health Equity” not take into account?

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    • I was a volunteer for St John for years until they told me I wasn’t wanted because I wouldn’t allow myself to be injected with the experimental DNA toxin. Their CEO is one Peter Bradley and he has been a financial, social and organisational disaster for that once fine institution.

      The tragedy is that New Zealand is almost totally reliant on this decrepit woke failing outfit for its ambulance services and there is practically no alternative – except for the Wellington Free Ambulance service.

      Fucking disgrace.

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      • EK, we had a gentleman here by the name of Eric Stubbs who worked for many, many years and with great dedication for St John. and if I am correct was admitted as a Commander of the Order. Long story, short, Mr & Mrs Stubbs a couple of years ago donated a fully equipped, new Ambulance to St John and the township of Taumarunui on the basis that it was to be kept and used soley for this locallity.

        Not long after their donation Mr & Mrs Stubbs passed away. Within a short time, St John moved this generously donated Ambulance off to Taranaki saying that the people of Taumarunui did not need a newly equipped Ambulance and have replaced it with a very clapped out old Dunga.

        The residents of Taumarunui have been incensed, as the Stubbs were highly thought of and treasured here and the residents of Taumarunui consider St John’s move a great insult to Mr & Mrs Stubbs, so much so, the Mayor, Weston Kirton has given St Johns and Mr Bradley a right royal serve. St Johns are going to see if it is possible to reverse their decision sometime in the New Year. The people will be waiting.

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        • wiseowl;–
          Sounds like proving the “Peter Principle” & maybe more.
          Sounds like leveraging all that “Diversity Equity, Inclusiveness”, DEI culture, can progress one a long way.
          As DEI culture has removed all accountability of who is responsible.

          TAH, I hope Taumarunui wins on that ambulance.
          It has become a point now where that examples like that, seem to be done to deliberately to eat away the community cohesion & support.

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  7. A blonde walks up to a gumball machine. She reaches into her purse, pulls out a quarter, and puts it in. Out pops a gumball; she takes it and puts it in her purse. She then takes another quarter from her purse, puts it in the gumball machine, and gets another gumball. She repeats this for several minutes until her purse is overflowing with gumballs.
    Finally a boy walks up behind the blonde. He notices her purse full of gumballs and asks her, “Excuse me miss, but what are you doing?”
    She responds, exasperated, “What does it look like I’m doing? I’m winning!”

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  8. “Last month, the Herald reported AT is spending on average $470,000 to install 27 new pedestrian crossings, while in the private sector G. J. Gardiner Homes can build a new home for $365,000. The price does not include the land.”

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  9. Further analysis of the leaked New Zealand data:

    NZ data shows up to 20% higher mortality for males that declines after each shot. How can there be such a large dose dependency if the shot is safe?
    We’ve always known that the Pfizer COVID vaccine kills disproportionately more males than females. Thanks to Barry Young, we can now confirm this effect in the NZ data.
    https://kirschsubstack.com/p/nz-data-shows-up-to-20-higher-mortality

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  10. DEI has become very insidious.
    Raising these points and what happened over Israel & pointing of fingers, but note that it also applies & continues to how it can be used to break many things that helped create Western Civilisation.

    Bari Weiss: Why DEI Must End For Good
    https://youtu.be/ZhvfRxJ3ul0
    22 mins 18 secs : Dec 19, 2023 : The Free Press : Bari Weiss :

    How did the congressional hearing on antisemitism last week go so awry?
    Was the resignation of University of Pennsylvania’s president just another cancellation, only this time on the other side of the political aisle?
    Bari’s thoughts on these questions and more, on this week’s episode of Honestly.

    A tactical tool. Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, DEI, a sophisticated noble “wokeness”, a form to lever to destroy, as we see in so many things in New Zealand, as bringing a war between cultures.
    Shows the real depth of DEI that becomes a noose around our necks.

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  11. Don’t you have to laugh at people who do not know, or are even bothered to do the slightest bit of research.

    Here is an article on The Simpsons and Taika Waititi and I quote:

    “You’re by far my favourite on-screen Hitler,” she says.
    “Waititi responds that Lisa will be sure to be “in a führer” over his new role in a Mediaeval murder mystery show”

    Well if the writers of The Simpsons had done any research whatsoever, to call a Jew an “on-screen Hitler” seems somewhat rude.

    I am sure The Simpsons writers do not know who Taika David Cohen is and that being born of a Jewish mother, this would not be any sort of compliment.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/tv-radio/301029886/i-have-powerful-friends-in-new-zealand-taika-waititi-tells-the-simpsons

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    • wa wa wa
      poor jews
      EVERYONE is mean to them .

      No-one was ever mean to aborigines (almost wiped out, active killing from on horse back) , native Americans (ditto) . white slaves, black slaves or hundreds of minorities around the world.

      No sense of humour
      Better call the fecking ADL

      Are the jews little children that they cant defend themselves ?
      This is the same nonsense of setting up separate this and that for Maori, suggesting they are also like children and cant make decisions re diet, smoking, healthcare, education etc.

      Maybe we need to start a givealittle page for the poor wee taik (a)
      I’ll chip in $3

      from his wiki page
      …He was raised more connected to his Māori roots, in a household where Judaism was not actively practised[13] and identifies as an atheist who “puts more stock in indigenous beliefs.”[16]…

      are you taking sides with Stuffed extremely biased and selective reporting ?

      One source = screen Rant
      From your crooked mates at stuffed
      ….Despite the blistering review from Screen Rant, the episode appeared to get a positive reception by fans on X…

      Jeepers AH you are better than that.
      I do find the blind, obsessive loyalty to jews on YSB to be OTT

      -Jews have not done you any favours and are behind communism that led to the death last century of – estimate –100 million people.
      But is that OK if they are not precious jews ?

      Did you know Douglas Myers? He was a nasty money grubbing jew who diddled his own family out of money when he was already a multi millionaire. Real mean prick.
      Are you defending these people.

      Or this one. A NZ jew.
      https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/fraudster-accountant-again-convicted-of-fraud/BIAXUCSDOBHBRBDP6TWGSQTWBM/
      or, same dude….
      A chartered accountant who manipulated a company payroll system to give himself a $10,000 pay rise has been struck off the professional register.
      Aucklander Mark Joseph Benjamin, 47, was convicted of seven fraud charges in November 2010 and received a sentence of 200 hours of community work.
      and, still him…
      ….Two former directors of a failed piggery operation, which posed a significant risk to the environment, have been convicted and fined thousands of dollars each in the Hamilton District Court.
      Former directors Mark Benjamin from Auckland and Bruce MacPhail from Tauranga were convicted and fined $8,000 and $16,875 respectively for failing to comply with a council abatement notice.
      Benjamin and MacPhail were directors of Kaimai Pork Ltd, a large commercial piggery operation.
      ——
      Mmmm a practicing jew owning a piggery.
      It just gets better.

      do you want more examples?
      Stop deifying these people.
      Who made Disney woke and degraded it.

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  12. Today Martyn Bradbury attempts the impossible by writing a positive valediction for the hapless Kelvin Davis:

    ……”In the end Kelvin realised the job was bigger than his capacity and there is a humbleness in that acknowledgement that should drive our judgements of him as a politician rather than his trainwreck media interviews.”…….

    https://thedailyblog.co.nz/2023/12/18/kelvin-davis-the-highs-and-lows-of-a-humble-politician/

    A humble man with much to be humble about.

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    • ……”In the end Kelvin realised the job was bigger than his capacity and there is a humbleness in that acknowledgement that should drive our judgements of him as a politician rather than his trainwreck media interviews.”…….

      It is shame that his realisation came 6 years too late. If he stood down in 2017, that would have been humble, but not after he has participated in the rape and plundering of New Zealand for 6 years.

      It could be compared to being involved in gang rape, and you only have a conscience after you have had six rounds with the poor victim, raping and bashing her, and you are physically spent.

      New Zealand is lying on the floor, raped and beaten, violated and defiled, and he thinks some public self pity makes it all OK.

      I suspect he has some conscience left, no matter however tiny, and he looks back at what he did in the heat of the gang rape and feels uncomfortable. As time rolls on, I suspect that overseas holidays by ex left wing politicians to countries with no extradition treaty will increase.

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      • Well said DH
        He was part of a flash mob of economic, financial and social vandals.

        …..In the end Kelvin realised the job was bigger than his capacity ….
        In dont think his ability to realise anything is particularly tangible.

        and ”bigger than his capacity”
        Well given his capacity — times 10 — would still not begin to fill an acorn that is not saying much.

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    • Davis is an ignorant thug in a suit and he displayed this characteristic in the very first week of the 6 year disaster.
      Hence a lot of time in witless protection.
      The invisible token, brown boy, Deputy leader of Liebour.

      He was not only incompetent like David Clark and Philip Stoner Twyford
      but also a thug like Mega Fightery and Kiritapu Lyndsay Allan.

      The worst of both worlds.

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  13. A while back while doing a Google search I came across this article written by someone who ventured into housing as an investment. Naturally, since it runs counter to the opinions of most of this blog’s readers, it will be scorned & rejected but maybe it will strike a chord with a few:

    “Our tenants (not so lucky) came with the house, a regular little place in an unpopular town where it gets pretty cold – but weirdly they thought they were lucky. They had a roof over their heads for a start… and that’s where it ended too. The stove didn’t work, the back door and the wall of the bathroom had a gaping hole in it, and as I checked out the scrupulously clean newborn baby’s room, my breath came out in frosty clouds. Politely ignoring the awful real estate agent who didn’t take off her dirty shoes before hoofing through their home, they followed me around telling me quietly, earnestly, insistently, that they’d both given up smoking, he had a good job, she loved gardening, the dog never came inside, they’d done their best with the rats, the ants, the mould. In this town there were no empty rentals. Everywhere there was a waiting list, on every notice board desperate pleas for a place to live from little families – and they knew it.”

    Full article at https://thespinoff.co.nz/unsettled/21-03-2017/im-a-landlord-but-the-negligence-and-greed-of-other-landlords-makes-me-ashamed-to-admit-it

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        • January 1st one of my rentals goes from $390.00 pw to 500 pw. After much investigation, it is the market rent for a property of its size and location.
          A sizeable increase in rates and insurance is mainly to blame for the large hike.

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          • Exactly.
            The Rates.
            Out of control councils with no discipline.
            That Phil Mauger has been a Mauger disappointment in CHC.

            Just paid one house insurance bill last week.
            $600 to the insurance company. The rest = $900 ; all goo-mint charges.
            Fire service levy, Earthquake and then GST on all of that.

            So the goo-mint imposing these price rises.
            It is on them !!

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            • Thats right. Illegal tenancy in the Rai Valley. Track those 2 down and put them in stocks in the middle of Blenheim. Make an example. Then throw rocks at them until they beg for mercy for committing such a heinous act. Got no time for law breakers.

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            • You are such a fantasist and tusitala that we will never know what to believe.
              ————————————-
              There once was a shepherd boy who was bored as he sat on the hillside watching the village sheep. To amuse himself he took a great breath and sang out, “Wolf! Wolf! The Wolf is chasing the sheep!”

              The villagers came running up the hill to help the boy drive the wolf away. But when they arrived at the top of the hill, they found no wolf.
              The boy laughed at the sight of their angry faces.

              “Don’t cry ‘wolf’, shepherd boy,” said the villagers, “when there’s no wolf!” They went grumbling back down the hill.

              Later, the boy sang out again, “Wolf! Wolf! The wolf is chasing the sheep!” To his naughty delight, he watched the villagers run up the hill to help him drive the wolf away.

              When the villagers saw no wolf they sternly said, “Save your frightened song for when there is really something wrong! Don’t cry ‘wolf’ when there is NO wolf!”

              But the boy just grinned and watched them go grumbling down the hill once more.

              Later, he saw a REAL wolf prowling about his flock. Alarmed, he leaped to his feet and sang out as loudly as he could, “Wolf! Wolf!”

              But the villagers thought he was trying to fool them again, and so they didn’t come.

              At sunset, everyone wondered why the shepherd boy hadn’t returned to the village with their sheep. They went up the hill to find the boy. They found him weeping.

              “There really was a wolf here! The flock has scattered! I cried out, “Wolf!” Why didn’t you come?”

              An old man tried to comfort the boy as they walked back to the village.

              “We’ll help you look for the lost sheep in the morning,” he said, putting his arm around the youth, “Nobody believes a liar…even when he is telling the truth!”

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              • starving “owned”… until the ex took it and left him with the mortage.
                its why he gets so triggered, he missed out on any capital gains, couldnt even make a buck renting it out so a severe case of envy ensued to this day.
                to rub salt in the wound the ex probs made a sweet capital gain with the added bonus of no hitler worshipping misogynist to have to share it with… wise woman.

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              • SA would have purchased immediately after moving, as prices were falling tens of thousands a week – because he’s an insecure little fuckwit and wouldn’t want to rent for a wee bit. He thinks he’s something because his sticks n gib heap costs more because the dollar devalued. What a total abject failure of a man. So sad.

                When my house shot up in value I said it was a disaster to the gleeful white middle class pricks around me.

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  14. It’s fucking ugly. Pain to come. Nice one Labour.
    Hi Hunty,

    Connor and I have just left the Beehive ‘lock up’ where we’ve spent the morning pouring through Nicola Willis’ so-called nano-budget’ so you don’t have to!

    TL:DR: Grant Robertson should be ashamed. The books are in much worse a shape than we knew before the election. But worse are the ‘fiscal risks’ which weren’t public – and ought to have been.

    On the ‘mini-budget’ it’s a non-event. Other than consolidating immediate ‘stop-work’ type savings, Nicola Willis is keeping her powder dry.

    Our reading is Willis (and Christopher Luxon) need the bad news to sink in with New Zealanders before she can undertake the inevitable reform next year. No doubt they’ll still be figuring out what that quite looks like.

    Our comments to media are copied at the bottom of this email.

    From the Beehive lock-up:
    Today’s documents are not large – the Half Year Economic and Fiscal Update (this one booklet) and four media releases from Willis’s office (now available here). While the news from Treasury is shocking, the political response/announcements contain almost nothing we didn’t already know.

    We think the fiscal update is probably the most significant Treasury update we have ever seen – coming just three months after the “pre-election” update, the fact it contains so much new material risks bad news is cause for very serious questioning of the senior Treasury officials.

    While many in the media were absent (for the first time we can recall, the usually jam-packed Beehive hall was half empty) neither political editors of the two TV news networks even bothered turning up!

    It’s all bad news, Hunty
    There are seven new significant financial risks in today’s document that were not disclosed the public, or the opposition prior to the election.
    Crown tax revenue over the forecast period is now expected to be $1.6b lower than the same forecast made just 3 months ago.
    Deficits are larger – that means we’re going to need a bigger debt clock!
    Unless we change tack, and quickly, by 2028, the Government will be spending more taxpayer money on paying just the interest on debt than they will be spending on primary and secondary schools.
    And the the return to surplus in 2027 is wafer thin. Three months ago it was $2.07 billion. Now it’s just a $140 million forecast surplus.
    Economic growth is expected to slow and remain low. Despite Treasury’s figures bring finalised before Stats NZ’s negative GDP figures (released last week) things are bleak.
    GDP growth per capita (the only measure that really matters) will continue to decline for the next two years. New Zealand (and New Zealanders) is getting poorer.
    Inflation is expected to be higher than forecast prior to the election – this means families will face higher price rises and higher interest rates for even longer.
    Unemployment has increased and expected to now hit 5.2%
    Wage growth is slowing
    Productivity is also hitting a wall
    Nicola Willis couldn’t have been more clearer. The books are not in shape, much of it came as a surprise, and New Zealanders need to brace themselves for tough but necessary decisions ahead.

    If we continue down this path, we’re going to need a bigger Debt Clock!
    Hunty, it couldn’t be clearer that the status quo isn’t an option. Budget 2024 will be make or break in terms of whether New Zealand gets back into fiscal safety, goes for productivity, and growth and higher living standards.

    With the cupboards bare, the Government will have to lean on supply-side economic reform to deliver higher living standards. Over the summer months, that’s where our focus will be: what are the best ‘bang for buck’ reforms to deliver jobs, growth, and prosperity.

    Political risks already showing
    Based on the questions from the media to Nicola Willis during the lock-up the opposition parties are running hard with the line that ‘now is not the time for tax relief’ due to inflationary pressures.

    Whether or not tax relief is inflationary is entirely dependent on how it’s funded. If Nicola Willis can credibly cut spending (remember those extra 16,000 bureaucrats Mr Luxon always talked about?!) she can both have her cake and eat it too.

    But, to cut the waste and reform the public sector to deliver value for money will require a Minister of Finance with some courage.

    Time will tell.

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    • So Nicola Willis aint having no Ruthanasia

      You would have to blind Freddy to not know a year ago with the profligate spending by Liebour would lead to this.
      It should be no surprise.
      Willis has no direct experience in Finance.
      It has all been telegraphed.

      Some solutions.
      Cut back immigration to only value-add people.
      None of the riff raff including Students who end up staying. All these Indian students that become petrol station attendants (petroleum engineers ha ha ) and rent a cop security guards.
      Let in Less than 20,000 people pa.
      and probably less than 15,000 pa in next 3 years.
      This would ease house price rises.
      But notional are tied to the globalists.
      There still has been ZERO visible focus on productivity.

      Overseas Students. Cut that shit out. If nothing else it gave too much money for universities to push wokeness combined with pushing useless courses.

      Sort out the Councils. These are the invisible cancer that are bleeding money for ego projects. Reverse the discretionary shit that Klarkenfuhrer introduced 20 years ago.
      Put councils in a straight jacket to deliver focused results to KPIs.
      Huge area for improvement.

      set up a website – an official one- that tracks the changes promised.
      Like a project plan.
      Stated objectives; date start, date finish; Task owner, dependencies.
      eg Number of public servants at each month end.
      eg. Number of public sector consultants.
      Eg Task; fire everyone on the Auckland City Rail Link CRL – stop it now, It was slow as fuck anyway,
      They have no right to redundancy. It was meant to be finished now.
      3 month hiatus. Only hire back pricks who can work to a budget.
      Penalty clauses; not more money after bad .

      Start treason proceedings against anyone who was a cabinet Minister from Oct 2017 to Oct 2023
      This will include NZ First.
      Recall anyone who went overseas and seize their property and assets if they do not return, Sell these off and use the money to pay back public debt.

      501 that fucker Ricky mendacious-March.
      Deport the cunt now. Dont use public funds. Do a givealittle. It Will be filled/funded in under 2 hours.
      Suggest this be used for Golriz as well since her family came to NZ illegally, under false pretences.
      There are 123 MPs. We don’t need to replace them 🙂

      Hey I have other great ideas. All free up to 31.12.23

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      • So Nicola Willis aint having no Ruthanasia

        You would have to blind Freddy to not know a year ago with the profligate spending by Liebour would lead to this.
        It should be no surprise.
        Willis has no direct experience in Finance.

        Yep, they made no difference to the world today other than waste a lot of everyone’s time.
        And she talks about productivity

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  15. Saw a interview on the project, I think it was. With Sir Bob Jones, he was saying how shit labour was!
    Said ardern and gayboy flew in the other day with half a dozen security gaurds on the plane.
    No mention of the baby at all.
    Other passengers were not amused by them. I would have thought they would be up the front. Would shhe have to pay top dollar for the extra seats?
    Hope the taxpayer is not paying!

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    • That Clayton’s drink, when you are not drinking.
      A ruling for when you are not doing a ruling

      pg 9 …. Therefore, to maintain the status quo pending any review by the U.S. Supreme Court, we stay our ruling until January 4, 2024 (the day before the Secretary’s deadline to certify the content of the presidential primary ballot).

      If review is sought in the Supreme Court before the stay expires on January 4, 2024, then the stay shall remain in place, and the Secretary will continue to be required to include President Trump’s name on the 2024 presidential primary ballot, until the receipt of any order or mandate from the Supreme Court. ….
      https://www.courts.state.co.us/userfiles/file/Court_Probation/Supreme_Court/Opinions/2023/23SA300.pdf

      The moment it is appealed, reviewed put to the Supreme Court, then it will be back to normal of putting Trump’s name on the 2024 presidential primary ballot.

      So much smoke & mirrors to look as if it is on the path to defeating Trump.
      Just a little ongoing legal lawfare, of double twisting language.
      Trump has never been charged with Insurrection, not even accused of it, by any Court of the USA, so how can Trump be found guilty of insurrection.? ? ? ? ?
      Would the Supreme Court even bother, so the stay will just expire.

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  16. sooty. ,it may not be NZ taxpayers paying for the pig and her pig fcuker partner but I’ll bet my house it’ll be some countries taxpayers money paying for everything those cnuts do for the rest of their miserable lives.

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