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  1. A smart entrepreneur could get a patent on that wasp and make a billion dollars in no time, maybe we could train one to sting Whacko Jacko and the tattooed buffoon cowboy on the lips while we’re at it 🤡🤠 🐝

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  2. Another nice looking day up here, doesn’t look like any rain for at least 10 days. Everybody start panicking, the water will run out, granny will spontaneously combust and we will miss our global warming targets. Woe is us Greta won’t be happy! Hopefully Chloe will do her bit by having an overdose.

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    • if you see the currency charts on here then the past few weeks its done the same rollercoaster ride it would do regular under labour.
      we’re likely heading for another recession and those prepping the data will be leaking info of a big slowdown and the dollar value is reflecting that.

      dont know about your neck of the woods vikey but down these parts the slow down is very very noticable in the past 6-8months, for many the situation is now dire. no one has spare money, businesses that were pumping are now at idle with nothing to do, shearers and meatworkers barely getting enough hours to get by, trucking companies ditched staff and struggling to keep the remaining staff busy.
      when the rural economy slows the money flow into town slows too, you noticed all the machinery yards well stocked and no gear moving? theyre hurting big time abd even low or zero % finance isnt luring many farmers to open their wallets.

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      • IAASB, People were elated to have a new government in October and completely forgot about what a lot of folk have been saying for 2 years “you can’t shut down an already struggling economy, borrow a 100 billion dollars and expect everything to come out smelling like roses”
        This was always going to happen and holding it off with money printing is just going to make it a longer and more damaging event, our overall economy is stumbling and fumbling along ,simple really.
        Yesterday there were zero gaps in the row of concrete pumping trucks at one of the country’s biggest concrete pumping businesses, that’s bad IMHO.

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        • true that revvy, that economic vandal grant robertson kept funneling large amounts of money into stuff to give an illusion that all was well vote labour etc knowing full well the wheels would fall off soon after the election.

          our local builder (very small, 3 guys employed) has had 4 new homes cancelled and 2 others cancelled part way through the build, one had just the pad poured but the other has frames up and now its been mothballed and the builder is owed a large sum that if not paid he will go tits up.

          at work the contracting has been very very quiet, hardly any work at all really and other contractors having the same experience, farmers just arent spending any money just the bare minimum.

          ive also never had so many friends and collegues at the same time either considering or are heading overseas to work. we have several mates all leaving in the next 2-5weeks and more leaving before winter. probs 90% of people we have regular contact with have looked into it incl us, many clung onto hope a change in govt would fix it but now i think most realise its gunna be a struggle to live here and get by for the next few years.

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      • Most are just buying groceries and petrol to get to work and pay the mortgage or rent. It’s not easy out there in the cities, towns or where ever one lives these days. Bloody liarbor spending all the funds on vanity projects. They had no idea what the hell they were doing.

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  3. Morning Troopers.

    We have a looming disaster in NZ which I directly attribute to Ardern’s lockdowns. I don’t think many people realise the severity of this situation, but we are about to be swamped by a cohort of bludgers and criminals. This is a slow motion train wreck.

    We must get our children back to school – Richard Prebble
    By Richard Prebble

    OPINION

    It will not matter what was agreed in 1840 if the coalition cannot get our children back to school. Most children do not attend school regularly.

    Nations that do not educate the next generation are doomed to fail.

    In the third term last year most Pakeha pupils, 52 per cent, did not go to school regularly. The Kiwi malaise is affecting Asian students. Forty-two per cent of Asian pupils were not regular attenders. Two thirds of Maori and Pasifika pupils were regularly absent.

    Ninety per cent attendance is enough to be marked a regular attender but not enough to ensure educational success. The education department’s research shows missing just one day affects NCEA results. Pupils who have 50 per cent attendance, the Maori and Pasifika average, have zero chance of passing NCEA.

    It gets worse.

    An estimated 10,000 school-aged children, that is the population of Whakatane, are not even enrolled at a school.

    In the latest OECD International Student Assessment (OISA) New Zealand 15-year-olds have dropped 15 points for maths and 4-5 points for reading. Once New Zealand ranked near the top of international education assessment. Now Third World nations get better scores.

    The Education Department research reveals that pupils who never miss a day of school pass NCEA. Lifting attendance will lift educational achievement.

    In Tomorrow’s Schools Labour put seven legal requirements on school boards plus schools must honour the Treaty. There is no legal requirement for schools that pupils attend school.

    We can blame parents. We can require schools to keep better records. We can hire truancy officers. It did not work for Labour. Why would it work for the coalition?

    The community knows who those 10,000 missing pupils are. The community must be empowered to get children back into education. In some cases, it will be as simple as having someone take the child to school.

    When my father retired, he volunteered to help his local school. They told him of a mother who was keeping her son at home. My father collected that boy for school every day. For another solo mother, my parents became her son’s adopted grandparents. That boy is now a doctor.

    There are truants that just taking them to school will not work.

    When I chaired the Cabinet committee on employment, we discovered most youth unemployed were functionally illiterate and innumerate. We invited the community to provide training. Community groups like the YMCA responded with very successful programmes that got young people into employment. Such organisations could run programmes for truants, reintroduce them to learning so they can rejoin school.

    There is one very successful programme that has taken pupils whose school attendance was irregular and NCEA scores were failing. Charter schools improved pupils’ attendance and lifted pupils’ NCEA scores above the national average.

    In every charter there was a requirement that pupils attend regularly. Regular attendance may be the reason charter schools were so successful. Maori and Pacific pupils who had been failing had their NCEA scores lifted above the average for all students.

    Regular attendance should be a legal requirement for all schools.

    Schools today are paid for the number of pupils that they enroll not the number they teach. In some states in America schools are paid for the number of pupils who sit the standardised assessment. Students must be at school to be assessed so schools prioritise attendance. If we only paid schools for the number of pupils assessed attendance would be every school’s priority.

    We know public charter schools lift education achievement. An independent review reported to the Labour Government that the charter schools were a success. Labour abolished charter schools claiming the government would lift Maori and Pasifika achievement. Attendance and achievement both fell.

    There is an article in this month’s Economist magazine on a Stanford University comprehensive study of charter schools that in America educate four million pupils. The study found charter schools are excelling. On average charter school pupils are outperforming the public-school average. The Economist writes “hundreds of successful charters where disadvantaged pupils (black, Hispanic, poor pupils or English-learners) performed similarly to or better than their more advantaged peers”.

    The magazine notes that “Democrats have no obvious parent-friendly education policy to promote now they have turned away from charter-school expansion”. So too for the Labour Party.

    Every pupil should be able to attend a public charter school freed from the bureaucracy of a one size fits all system. It is how we will once again lead in educational achievement.

    National and Act’s coalition agreement provides for public charter schools and to allow state schools to become charter schools. The sooner the better.

    Like my father before me, I am volunteering to assist in educating the young. I am going to do what I can so every child has the opportunity of a public charter school education.

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    • in nz you hate your kids if you send them to a public school.
      you dont care about your kids if you let them be truants… between a rock and a hard place i guess, cuz the quality of education theyre “missing out on” is that poor i honestly dont think it matters if they attend school or not.

      the whole education system needs dismantled and rebuilt, it is one of our countries biggest failures. focus needs to be put on not only attendance but also the quality of education provided and pass rates.
      no point lowering the already low and sub standard bar to pass students then claiming success, raise the bar and get more students passing now that would be a true success!!!!

      i also think changes need to be made right now (yesterday wouldve been better) requiring those on dpb type benes or jobseeker etc to be taking classes and upskilling several days per week in order to get the bene.
      surely it cant be too hard to give a numeracy and literacy test in order to get the dole? if ya fail then 3 days per week in a classroom, no class no bene. we need to get some return on all the welfare $$$ dished out and stop just paying them to sit at home.

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    • The kids have probably worked out there’s not much point in going to school. If you make an effort and do well, you’ll probably be beaten out of work by an immigrant who’ll work for less, your job is off-shored entirely, or will be done with AI. Even if you get a great job with good pay, you’ll still spend a lifetime either trying to buy or pay off a house, or both, and chances are you’ll be made redundant multiple times.

      If you don’t make an effort, you’ll still probably be beaten out of work by an immigrant, or you’ll work some god-awful job for minimum wage. You’ll never own your own place unless perhaps you live in Nowheresville.

      Sorry – feeling a little cynical today. We’re being let down so badly by our “leaders” and our ostensibly good corporate citizens, whose only loyalty is to their back pocket.

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    • Agree with IAASB

      What incentive has there been to go to skewl ?
      The place has been wrecked by a collective bunch of anarchists.
      They had replaced education with indoctrination.
      Kids without a male figure in their lives still dont get a male figure as the feminazis have driven the men out of skewls with false claims, bullying, and effective black balling ..just to settle their own messed up bloodlust.

      I was talking to a friend in the weekend whose own sister is a teacher. One of the feminazi types. Very bullying.
      AN is in her fifties and cant stand the bullying and control freakiness of her sister. How are kids of 10 or 11 who are compelled (?) to be there and have no real power supposed to handle this. Avoidance is their only tool. ie truancy.
      AN has decided to cut off ties from her sister and ban her from seeing her own kids.
      I cant blame her.

      Until the content and character of the educators and the content of the education is addressed then progress is stymied,
      Prebble the Pom’s story is purely theoretical.
      Need to remove maorification, feminine toxicity, lack of incentives, poor education content, and other things before there is a go forward.

      My argument is that education style was in balance in the late 1950s.
      Teachers were paid an amount they could raise a family on (hence men could teach; ) there was respect and discipline. There were exams and tests with grades where progress could be measured. Focus was on education with a wee bit of exercise. . Discipline was in place.

      The pathway back is too long I fear. BOTs are stacked with malevolent operators pushing their own uneducated POV.
      Overall trends in the western world are against education. eg You have a whole sector who want to be professional sportspeople (not really a thing 50 years ago) and now a whole sector who want to be ‘influencers’.
      They don’t give a damn about education (in their 12 and 13 year old minds) and seldom do the parents of such.

      Its a long road ahead; the cure has not begun.
      Not even sure if a handful of charter skewls is the answer.
      Interested if ROL has a say on this.

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          • The seeds of that hate were sown by the abhorrent treatment of women by repressive, religious misogynists. The “Handmaid’s Tale” is pure science fiction but its message gets traction because it is based on actual historic events.

            The Sisterhood, of course, use it to beat all men when their target should be religious fanatics who push their doctrine of oppression & misery.

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            • Watched a youtube show on how two groups of 12men /12 women were each placed on a small forested tropical island with little in the way of tools and equipment. The idea was each group would create shelter find food and water for survival. The first day the men had made a crude shelter on the beach and then sourced water and food(Crocodile -small) which they butchered and cooked over their beach BBQ pit. The women after much arguing set out a group to reconoitre the island for a suitable camp only to walk in a circle which they repeated the following day this time needing the remaining women to search for them. They did find some rancid water and the 200 Ltr barrel left to collect rainwater. Two piglet wanderedinto their camp and were adopted as pets, realising that piglets must have a family they sought and found a pig, killed it and cooked over a fire they had much difficulty in creating until one more experienced lady was listened to, the remains of the pig was placed in the barrell but the follopwing day they found it was rotten and inedible. Trying unsucessfully to fish some local fishermen spotted their frantic waving and kindly gave them some fish. Within a few days the shows producers realising the women were very de hydrated they uplifted them to avoid long term effects. Meanwhile the men having a sufficient supply of food and water were enjoying the holdiday. So much for strong independent women who don’t need men.

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  4. ‘…most youth unemployed were functionally illiterate and innumerate…’
    And for anyone who goes on youtube, you know it’s not just NZ. Interviewed in the street, a lot of US ‘youth’ do not know the capital of their country, what countries are on the borders, how many stars are on the flag etc. I do wonder what the results would be if similar questions were asked of NZ youth.
    But it’s OK – they all said Biden when asked who they would vote for… we’re doomed.

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    • Those things (surveys ?? ) are bullshit.
      MSM has done them for over 30 years.
      Youtubers do them.
      They only show what they want to show.
      Selective results.
      They are meaningless.
      I don’t even bother with the Mark Dice ones.

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  5. The hiding Countdown are receiving over hosting vermin at their stores continues. This morning it is the turn of RCR Bites where they point out that ” It’s lucky Woolworths has launched its new ‘Everyday Rewards’ program this month – they can start issuing points for every rodent spotted.”

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    • I have a countdown 900 metres away. I stopped going there 10 years ago.
      I go about once a month to pak n save; 6 km away. I bought a larger freezer to cater.
      I get milk and fruit and vege from local independents.

      There were massive queues at foodtown (then) and they game it with pricing. They BS on about 1 in 5 items so you have to waste time going to the office to point it out. They know most people will not do it. They really are gaming the customer.
      They said they were 24 hours but went in there one time at 1am on the way home and there was no one to service, Before self checkout.

      It is already 20% + more than P n S for the same item. New World has the higher pricing but in cleaner more efficient environment (Than woolies) where it is owner operated and the Owner has Millions to lose if they lose the franchise.

      When the countdown was build circa 2002 they were required to have X number of car parks. They did this. Then after 2 or 3 years they then leased out a third of car parks to private operator. So their own customers came out of the shop and had the car towed, a trolley of perishable goods to sort out and $230 fine to get their car back plus the taxi ride.
      What a bunch of cunts.

      They were required to have a toilet as part of approval. They never put one in. They told customers to go to the nearby Valentines. I raised this with the local councilor (lazy leftie, Glenda Fryer, who was in the shop) just got an eye roll.

      Woolies have power that they push around. They blocked the building of the Pak n Save in Wairua Road, North Shore for over 20 years., It went on so long I cant recall when ot started. So an overseas dodgy outfit can stop a NZ owned operator building a local service. Disgusting.

      Countdown/woolies /foodtown/ whatever are pricks. It is their baked in culture.
      What ever would change it ?

      Remember Notional circa 2016 said they would investigate supermarkets (Judith Collins ha ha AFAIR ) and petrol prices . As per nine long years of Rip van Winkle we got nothing. What has changed?

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    • 50k for planning and consents, 700k for a new culturally appropriate te reo name? wouldnt suprise me.

      unreal the amount of wastage, i assume its to be built on land already owned by the school? if thats the case and no land needed to be purchased then 750k shouldve got them a few classrooms built.

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  6. A Soviet joke.

    At the market, an Armenian is selling pork. A man comes up:

    – How much is the pork?

    Armenian:

    – Listen! Take it, Ah! Good pork, fresh, juicy and tasty! Twenty roubles!

    Man:

    – What did you feed it with?

    Armenian:

    – I fed it bread, I fed it butter, I fed it caviar, good pork, all the best it have eaten!

    Man:

    – You know, actually I’m from the organs [State security or police] (shows his ID card), there’s a famine in the country, and you’re feeding caviar and butter to a pig!

    Armenian:

    – Eh! Hey! Take five kilograms, take ten, let me trade!

    The man takes five kilos and leaves without paying. Another man comes up:

    – How much is pork?

    Armenian:

    – You want pork, it’s only twenty roubles, take it! The pork is juicy, tasty, you’ll love it!

    Man:

    – What did you feed it with?

    Armenian:

    – I fed it with fuel, mineral oil, sawdust, whatever I found in the rubbish dump, I fed it with that.

    Man:

    – You know, I’m actually from the sanitary and epidemiological station!

    Armenian:

    – Dear, take a kilo of pork, let me sell it!

    The man takes the pork, leaves without paying. A third man approaches:

    – How much is the pork?

    Armenian:

    – Twenty roubles! Take it! Good, juicy, juicy! Look how pink the pork is!

    Man:

    – And what did you feed it with?

    Armenian:

    – I gave him rouble, he went to the canteen himself. I don’t know what he ate!

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    • Reminds me of . . .

      Scrawny white dude goes to prison.

      His first night he meets his cell mate Bubba. Bubba says “Come here boy, we’re gonna play a little game called Mommas and Poppas. Do you want to be Momma or Poppa?”

      He thinks to himself, well, if I pick Momma, Bubba’s going to do something awful to me… “Okay, I’ll be Poppa.”

      Bubba looks over to him and says, “Alright boy, get over here and suck Momma’s dick!”

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  7. Bay of Plenty child murder: Aaron Izett appeals sentence for death of Nevaeh Ager, citing meth addiction

    Maketū resident Aaron George Izett, 42, claimed at trial that he was not guilty by reason of insanity for the death of toddler Nevaeh Ager, who was found face-down and underwater in an estuary with two large rocks on top of her in nearby Little Waihi in March 2019.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/crime/bay-of-plenty-child-murder-aaron-izett-appeals-sentence-for-death-of-nevaeh-ager-citing-meth-addiction/R523P5NPVZEK7HHRUAJVDZ2POA/

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  8. Holyhekatuiteka
    @2ETEKA
    The Department of Internal Affairs state they spent more than a Month doing a background check of Tony Blakely. No Conflicts were found, jeezus what kinda people work in that dept? Well I suppose Adern did hand select him and then as noted in official papers – paid Tony 20% more than usual.

    It really does look like Tony was the Shadow Director of Health during the pandemic and helped design the Covid response. His old mate Bloomfield (who did his medical training with Tones) regurgitated Tony’s stuff and then forwarded that Information to the Minister of Health.

    https://twitter.com/2ETEKA/status/1757389262419587431

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  9. Andrea Vance calling the swamp out.

    Wellington City Council treated the multi-millionaire bosses of Reading Cinema to a lavish dinner, with almost a quarter of the bill for booze.

    The Post revealed in November how sisters Ellen and Margaret Cotter, who head the family’s entertainment and real estate empire, flew to the Capital to meet secretly with new mayor Tory Whanau and council chief executive Barbara McKerrow.

    https://www.thepost.co.nz/politics/350176545/1400-seafood-dinner-sweetens-reading-cinema-deal

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    • The RBG just admitted to running a legal ponzi scheme, a fraud and “NZ’ers believe it”

      Ponzi scheme | ˈpɒnzɪ skiːm |
      noun
      a form of fraud in which belief in the success of a non-existent enterprise is fostered by the payment of quick returns to the first investors from money invested by later investors: a classic Ponzi scheme built on treachery and lies.

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    • The Practice of the Modern Monetary Theory has been to go to concept for many of the financial ‘whizzes’, as long as they get a more than decent lifestyle as their cut, along with no accountability to any one else.
      Buried in the concept for the “common good” and is definitely not accountable for collateral damage to others.

      It is easy to see now, that many of those in the government believe that money should be sprayed around for “virtual signals” to gain the “feelz” of feeling good, of that sleight of hand bonding for the “common good”.

      AKA as the Practice of the Magic Money Tree, which is why he had that massive kauri tree carving of maori mythology guide his practices every time he entered the foyer of the Reserve Bank offices.

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  10. How beneficial they will take six months to ‘fall on their swords’. //

    https://www.1news.co.nz/2024/02/14/call-for-entire-fletcher-board-to-step-down-after-ceo-resigns/

    Trading had been halted earlier in the day and when it resumed at 12.30pm, Fletchers share price fell nearly 16 per cent, or 65 cents, to $3.51 a share, the lowest level since September 2020.

    Speaking to media earlier in the day, Hassall said both he and Taylor took responsibility for the situation the company has found itself in.

    Hassall would step down at the company’s annual shareholders meeting in October, while Taylor has handed in his six month notice period for retirement.

    More than one million investors in KiwiSaver own shares in Fletchers through their funds and the company needed a fundamental change, he said.

    Speaking to RNZ, Stubbs said “a couple of scalps was not enough”.

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  11. Fletcher Building makes after-tax loss of $120 million for the half year and won’t pay a dividend; puts Australian Tradelink subsidiary up for sale after a $122 million writedown; warns on potential ‘material’ impact of Australian leaky pipes problem

    Ailing construction giant Fletcher Building [FBU] has announced that both its chairman Bruce Hassall and chief executive Ross Taylor are quitting.

    This comes as the company has reported an after-tax loss for the first half of the financial year of $120 million, decided to not pay a dividend, and again denied culpability for a leaky pipes problem in West Australia – but on which it has nevertheless made a warning comment about the potential “material” impact this could have on Fletcher.

    The shares in Fletcher Building, which were put into a trading halt on Monday, recommenced trading at 12.30pm on Wednesday and were, a short time afterwards, changing hands for $3.49, down 67c, or 16.1%, on the Monday closing price.

    Fletcher told the NZX that Taylor has a six-month notice period and will serve this in full “if required”. Hassall will stand down at the company’s annual meeting in October and hand over to a yet to be appointed new chair at that point.
    https://www.interest.co.nz/business/126361/fletcher-building-has-announced-after-tax-loss-120-million-half-year-and-wont-pay

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  12. This can’t be true…everybody knows they are the bee’s knee’s.//

    Australians abandon failed mRNA Covid shots

    After climbing the world leaderboard during the initial Covid vaccine rollout to achieve over 95% vaccination coverage,¹ Australians have turned their back on boosters, with the vast majority now ‘under-vaccinated’.

    Just 1.7 million, or 8.5% of Australia’s 20.1 million adults have had a Covid booster in the past six months, according to the latest Australian Government update (as at 7 February 2024). In contrast, 18.1 million, or 90% had at least one vaccination previously, but have not kept up-to-date.

    An estimated 302,000 (1.5%) Australian adults remain unvaccinated, although this number may be closer to half a million according to data aggregator site Covidlive.com.au.

    https://canberradaily.com.au/australians-abandon-failed-mrna-covid-shots/#:~:text=After%20climbing%20the%20world%20leaderboard,now%20'under%2Dvaccinated

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  13. KiwiRail has entered discussions to terminate the contract for two new Cook Strait ferries.
    The move comes after the new government rejected a KiwiRail request for more funding for the Cook Strait project.
    KiwiRail is working with customers and shipbrokers on options for replacement ferries.

    KiwiRail says it has taken steps to end its contracts for two new Cook Strait ferries.

    “KiwiRail has now started discussions with Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) to enter a termination agreement for the contract for the build of two new Interislander ferries,” KiwiRail chief executive Peter Reidy said in a statement on Wednesday.

    Replacement options for the Interislander ferries in use now were expected to be part of broader reviews, Reidy said.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/nz-news/350178971/kiwirail-moves-end-contract-two-new-cook-strait-ferries
    The Government had announced it would appoint a ministerial advisory group to provide independent advice on options for a Cook Strait connection, and the Ministry of Transport would lead an assessment of long-term inter-island service requirements.

    apparently those at the coa; face and responsible for the operation of the ferries are considered too dumb to know what they want so Willis (who is also fucking dumb trained by a lacklustre fonterra like the other numpty). have now appointed a bunch of buracrats and ministers who know fuck all to decide how the job should be done.

    If this is indicative of the ability of Willis and Luxon god help the railways.
    Willis is just a reincarbation of Ruth mouth and trousers Richardson and look how much commerce she destroyed.
    I note that so far they have managed to shave a few dollars off the rort that was cutrual reports. A few dollars off ministerial cars but fuck all ff the benefits and pork barrel that is the Waitangi tribunal et all the shit.
    To fucking frieghtened,

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  14. New Zealand and up to three other countries have rejected controversial amendments, proposed in 2022 by the Biden administration to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) 2005 International Health Regulations (IHR).

    Critics warned the proposed amendments, approved last year by the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA), give the WHO too much power and increase the likelihood that future proposals — including the currently pending 2023 IHR amendments and the “WHO Pandemic Agreement,” or pandemic treaty — will also pass.

    A Nov. 30, 2023, email from Andrew Forsyth, manager of Public Health Strategy at New Zealand’s Public Health Agency, to the Office of the WHO’s Director-General, stated:

    “This document notifies New Zealand’s rejection of the amendments to Article 59 of the Regulations, as adopted by the World Health Assembly in May 2022.

    “Following New Zealand’s General Election on 14 October 2023, this step is being taken to give the incoming Government the opportunity to consider the amendments. It may not be the Government’s final decision.

    “Please be advised that New Zealand will remain a constructive participant in the current, substantive WGIHR negotiations.”

    https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/who-amendments-ihr-regulations-rejected/?s=09

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      • Following your lead would mean that one could not watch or attend any event in New Zealand if you do not want to watch assorted New Zealand European white people mouthing a few words in Maori at the beginning of each time they speak. I make full use of the mute button and I live a full and varied life.
        I do not follow or support actions that are simply carried out for “diversity” or “showcase” “woke” reasons showcasing people who are not actually there because of their own achievements but because of the actions or deeds of others.

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