Home Have your say Have Your Say

Have Your Say

Author

Date

Category

154 COMMENTS

  1. Beware of what you are getting and whether we need to put this much trust in a Government whose Leader is a power freak.
    Omnibus blunderbuss : Parliament sitting shorter hours with fewer MP’s but still achieving and affecting a surprise amount, then remember these laws will stay in place until May 21st 2022 all 45 of them.
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/the-house/audio/2018745241/omnibus-blunderbuss-hitting-45-laws-in-one-shot
    There are laws that need to looked at but Labour is using this for their own agenda.

    14

    0

    • David Seymour highlighted the government gave the opposition 24 hours to read, understand and prepare a response to all 133 pages in that bill.

      How badly do you think this is going to go wrong?

      21

      0

    • I do not know anything about constitutional law (if that is the right terminology) but isn’t there something that says a new Government cannot be totally locked into laws passed by the previous Government. In this case a new Government cannot be stopped from looking at these omnibus law changes and modifying them if they think it necessary?

      9

      0

      • Any new government if they have the numbers can change any laws. Remember our tax refunds promised by the nats that liarbour and co reversed once they were anointed by the drunken dwarf?
        Good luck expecting the nats to change ANY of liabours stupid laws. Never happened in the past and never will in the future

        15

        1

        • Party vote ACT – 10 MP’s to keep National honest and provide common sense they lack, wow they may even force repeal of much of the coalition of clowns flawed laws starting with guns.

          8

          1

          • What does keep National honest mean? If they are dishonest why would ACT want to be associated with them – If they are dishonest why would we want them in power – seems a stupid saying to me. If it was to be applied to Labour it would be probably too much of a challenge. If applied to New Zealand First it would be impossible.

            6

            1

          • Act- NZ defence force(volunteers) bill
            Any NZ citizen may enlist as a volunteer in the NZ (reserve reserve)defense forces who undertakes to
            1/ defend NZ from all attacks,foreign and domestic
            2/ maintain all means necessary to achieve the above.
            Thats it.
            Bwahahahahaha!!!

            1

            0

        • Ed Says
          ‘Remember our tax refunds promised by the nats ‘

          These were not tax refunds.
          It was a proposed reduction in the personal income tax rate.
          It was an election bribe.
          Vote for us and we will….

          Straight bribe; get it right.
          This showed great arrogance by S Joyce and B English.
          They ran a shit useless campaign and never adapted when they thought they were sleep walking to victory against Cray Cray Little .
          They had seven weeks to adjust to ArDoom and they did not.
          It is very simple.
          When people set out to buy an existing house or second hand car they start with logic but buy on emotion.
          ArDoom emoted. English never could.
          People responded to emotion and facts and figures went out the window.

          There is a stark lesson of this in the last 7 weeks.
          People don’t actually want facts – they want to be stroked. They do not want to have to actually think and plan.
          The horror of what is ahead is too much for many people.

          The 2017 election loss lies with Joyce and English.
          You cannot blame Winston. He signalled his dislike of Notional often enough.
          There was the superannuation fracas in the weeks before the election.
          He utterly despised Paula Bennett -then Dep PM – and held long hatred towards English who was a junior when Peters was still in Notional.
          Farrar should have known that but post 2016 he had descended into complete madness with extreme TDS.
          John Key was smart enough to say ‘no deal will be made’ with Peters.

          Now, had they made the tax rate reduction for 1 October then Labour would have had to take money from people’s pockets.
          They did not. Poor judgement.
          It was no problem to go with 1 October.
          7 years before they changed the GST rate on 1 October.

          The real lack of guts came when in nine years they never approached the idea of indexing tax bands to inflation.
          So, when Not in Govt they have proposed this. What a waste of fecking time.
          I will never vote for those bastards again and did (Party vote) 4 elections in a row.
          It was a struggle in 2014 and 2017.
          I’m glad my electorate vote went to Seymour in 2017.
          ACT – The sole Opposition in the NZ Parliament today.

          3

          2

          • Howitis,
            Neither did they reform the RMA as promised ,blaming Peters for their perfidy instead.
            Lack of courage or dishonesty?
            Even their flagship broadband rollout was slow and reluctant.

            What has changed?

            0

            4

  2. It looks like ego of Helen Clark is still taking a battering from missing out on the top job at the United Nations and the old hag thinks she would been able to do a better job had she been awarded it.
    Coronavirus : World Health Organization let down by United Nations pandemic – Helen Clark.
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/05/coronavirus-world-health-organization-let-down-by-united-nations-during-pandemic-helen-clark.html
    Some people can’t let go of disappointments and always are bitter and opinionated in what they believe but it doesn’t mean they are right.

    14

    0

    • Clark is like Peters, Cullen and Bolger.
      Full of their own self impotance.
      All 3 should fuck off and leave the rest of us to get on with a life in the 21st century.
      None of them were much good when they we in the parliament.
      Look at the way NZ has gone down hill in the last 30 years. gone from top of the world to near the bottom.
      See Croaking Cassandra for that info.

      16

      0

      • Viking , absolutely correct,we have been screwed by 40 or 50 years of utter incompetence and now when we need real leadership we find ourselves being guided by a clownish coalition led by a camera seeking media whore who I wouldn’t trust to organise a kindergarten picnic.
        It’s probably not good for my health but I actually hate a fair number of the self serving C- – – Ts.

        15

        0

        • Hate is a fair enough emotion.
          These bastards are destroying your world and that of your descendants.

          The level of incompetence of the likes of Twyford, D. Clark, and K Davis plus the sheer malice of the likes of D Parker and A Little tells you there are outside forces running this show.

          New Zealand Sovereignty has been surrendered to dark forces.

          5

          0

      • Watched Paul Henry interview Clark last night, I am not a Helen supporter but not only was her appearance improved but she largely answered Henry’s questions and provided an insight into how constrained the UN&WHO are. Helen has gone up in my estimation and is far superior in every respect to ardern although I would not vote for Helen as her general policies are offensive.

        3

        0

    • Clark forgets that they did a performance review of the part of the UN she lead ( I think after about 2-3 years of her time) and it came back as a performance failure. So she did not do very well and it wasn’t surprising to me she did not get the top job —the writing was on the wall a long time before the decision was made.

      11

      0

      • So Helen Clark lost the top job, but why did she get the arse card and come home? Did she have a hissy fit and throw the toys out? Is Peter Davis still living in the caravan on the back section?

        8

        0

          • Ross12 ,lets start a give a little page and when there’s enough cash in it open another contract for the hideous busybody creature and finally have her / it out of our lives.

            5

            0

      • Even reported back here in NZ with the excuses.

        Former prime minister Helen Clark has been hit with a devastating critique of her United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in an official report saying much of its annual US$5.7 billion (NZ$6.8 billion) budget is only remotely connected to ending global poverty.
        http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/8180500/Report-slams-Clarks-UN-programme

        Socialism brings all to equal global poverty, except for the elites.

        Contract is up, and do not let the door hit your back on the way out?

        So that is why Ardern is seeking to be able say she got poverty sorted out in New Zealand with the media smoke & mirrors, then to the UN with a more than ‘aspirational’ “look at me “perfection” “

        11

        0

      • New Secretary-General António Guterres doesn’t seem to doing much better, perhaps bureaucratic organisations just cannot achieve anything worthwhile – show me a Ministry or Council or Quango that actually delivers what it promises.

        9

        0

        • I think Clark is probably devastated that this “crisis” was the golden opportunity to show the world that some sort of New World Order was needed and the UN could shine. But to her frustration it has acted like it always has — it has done nothing but a few stupid speeches. Similarly the EU has failed to perform and once the dust has settled many Europeans will be questioning it’s reason to exist.

          8

          0

        • António Guterres is hardly new.
          He is more than 3 years into a 5 year term.

          He is probably not communist enough for Klarkenfuhrer.
          He is only a bloody socialist.
          Was probably on the wrong side to Clark in the Great Debates of the 1970s of Marxism vs Leninism

          extract
          ‘Guterres was the prime minister of Portugal from 1995 to 2002 and was the secretary-general of the Socialist Party from 1992 to 2002. He served as president of the Socialist International from 1999 to 2005.’

          ..and this will get her even more pissed off than SIR Ray Avery trying to raise money at Eden Park for incubators for children in poor countries:

          “In both a 2012 and 2014 poll, the Portuguese public ranked him as the best prime minister of the previous 30 years.”

          >>Steam coming out of the snaggle-tooth bitch’s ears!

          4

          0

  3. Well, the Kelvinator was on the stand in QT yesterday. His answer to pretty much every question asked was, and I paraphrase: “Tourism is made up of businesses, and other ministers are taking care of businesses”.
    The tourist industry must be collectively wondering what they did in a past life to deserve going from John Key to Kelvin Davis.

    20

    0

    • Saggy its all so humiliating. If they did not have the PTPM who just constantly pretends to be kind while in the public, they would not have any support at all. Kelvin was the principal of a school which is also very frightening what kinda school was he leading. He is as thick as a plank, just like all the others in. this COL.

      13

      0

      • He is a street thug in a suit.
        He hates white people whilst his mother and his wife are white women.
        Davis is pretty fucked up.
        ..and as you say, thicko.

        The women in the school did all the work and he sat there like a village chief only getting off his seat to get into a fight.
        Nothing has changed in 300 years.

        6

        0

  4. Wow this young woman gives me hope for the future! Jacinda either has to take note and apologise or disagree and prove that she is a RAAAYYYSHHHHIISST

    One of the speakers at a recent Global Warming Policy Foundation webinar is a board member of the UK’s Free Speech Union, DPF take note – this is how a real free speech activist talks! Everything this young woman (Inaya Folarin Iman) says resonates with what we’ve experienced in New Zealand under our free trial of Marxism under Comrade Cindy.

    She talks about:
    – infantilisation of society
    – the rise of catastrophism as a way of curbing essential freedoms
    – disproportionate policy responses on the basis of poor modelling on assumptions that fit the needs of the policy (rather than reality), and my favourite
    – the politicisation and weaponisation of the precautionary principle.

    She is a little bit academic sounding, but I liked it because this is the language of the left, it is the language they hide their fascism behind. The difference is she is correctly destroying the false narratives that have allowed the rise of Chicken Little Climate Alarmism and Pandemic Fascism.

    In lunatic leftist terms, either stoopid Cindy agrees with what this woman says and apologises, or she is clearly a racist who discounts this brilliant young woman’s views because of the colour of her skin.

    This link takes you to the start of intro to Inaya’s segment – but the whole webinar is refreshingly logical, calm and reasoned.

    Do we have any such free speech activists in our ethnic communities, or are they still self-confined to the Labour and Green party plantations – still picking metaphorical cotton for the Chardonnay socialists?

    15

    0

    • She’s going to take the wind out of Cindy’s sails before too much longer!
      Wonder if she will get to the UN before Cindy?

      7

      0

    • Thank you DP. A fantastic thinker and speaker. I can only assume her goal is to enter politics and if so she will have bright future.

      5

      0

  5. This morning’s Newsroom email includes a link to an article by Professor Tim Dare concerning the potential problems with using contact tracing apps. Amongst the fishhooks he raises:

    Apps must not be used beyond Covid-19…………… “There is a predictable and reasonable concern that such apps might be used for purposes other than Covid control. For example, just who has this suspected drug dealer been in contact with in the past fortnight? Guarantees must be provided such apps will be used only for Covid-19 management, and they must have a use-by date after which they will cease to function.”……

    He raises other concerns but restricting the app to the original purpose of tracking Covid carriers is the one that sounds alarm bells for me. An app by definition is a small programme that can be turned on & off in a smartphone. What is to stop authoritarian police or intelligence experts from remotely changing the makeup of the app once it is installed. Hypothetically I see no reason why the app couldn’t be changed later into a full blown tracker which would render the phone inoperable if removed.

    It all comes down to trust & with the lying pack of arseholes currently soiling the treasury benches my trust levels are subterranean!

    15

    0

    • Removing it once the Chinese virus pandemic is over should take care of your concerns.

      5

      1

      • Not necessarily Ed. Firstly, without wanting to be overly anal about the topic, once you invite an app (programme) onto any device you get what you are given. Part of the app may do what it says but just like a virus another part may open the phone to accepting something entirely different.

        Secondly: Who gets to decide when the Covid panic is over? Cindy? Andrew Coster? Ever tried to completely get rid of Norton?

        16

        0

  6. Yet another who believes in the rules are for thee and not for me….

    The UK scientist whose doomsday predictions triggered a massive lockdown on both sides of the Atlantic has resigned his government advisory position, amid claims he broke the strict lockdown rules he pushed to meet his married lover.

    Professor Neil Ferguson, an epidemiologist of Imperial College, London resigned from his role as a senior scientific advisor to the British government Tuesday evening.

    He became known as professor lockdown after his alarming data modelling predicted huge casualties for the populations of the United Kingdom and the United States unless they enacted severe curbs on individual freedoms to lock the nations down. While the moves were criticised by senior legal figures as approaching a police state, Professor Ferguson’s advice was nevertheless heeded by the government in March.
    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/05/05/professor-lockdown-quits-after-breaking-own-rules-to-meet-lover/

    5

    0

    • About time the guy went. He has made so many stuff ups in his career, dating back to the mad cow disease outbreak in the UK.
      But he is bound to now get a job with Gates’s foundation.

      9

      0

    • Look at what he tangled with;-

      a “left-wing activist”, was said to be in an “open marriage”, ….
      Posts on Staat’s public Facebook page show
      strong left-wing themes,
      including paid activism as an employee of a campaign group,
      encouraging tactical voting in the last general election to oppose the Conservative party, and
      hard green activism.

      Birds of feather gather together!

      7

      0

  7. Coronavirus: Simon Bridges implores Government to use National’s COVID-19 ideas
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/05/coronavirus-simon-bridges-implores-government-to-use-national-s-covid-19-ideas.html

    Bridges urges shift to level 2, saying more COVID-19 cases possible at any alert level

    Simon Bridges is imploring the Government to use National’s COVID-19 economic response ideas and quickly start “getting New Zealand working again”.

    On Tuesday, National released a tax relief plan aimed at responding to the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent economic impact the nationwide lockdown had on Kiwi workers and businesses. It included a GST cash refund for the most severely affected businesses as well as temporarily lifting the threshold to expense new capital investment for firms.

    In the month to April 17, capturing much of the alert level 4 lockdown, there were around 30,000 Jobseeker applications, while RNZ reported on Tuesday night that leaked documents show the Ministry of Social Development preparing for 300,000 extra benefit applications.

    9

    0

  8. Not ideal living in highrise apartments when this happens.

    Inferno shoots up United Arab Emirates tower, engulfs residential apartments
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/05/inferno-shoots-up-united-arab-emirates-tower-engulfs-residential-apartments.html

    Video footage shows the blaze ripping through the Abbco residential tower, with flames pouring out of apartments and completely destroying at least one side of the structure. The orange glow of the fire, which broke out at about 9pm on Tuesday (local time), could be seen across the city.

    “It took several drones, at least a dozen fire trucks, and scores of firefighters but authorities finally put out a massive fire that ravaged the 40-floor Abbco Tower,” said a local journalist on Twitter.

    6

    0

  9. Another one bites the dust in California.

    …. close the Confucius Institute on campus.
    The institute, which opened in 2013, is set to close effective August 15. The closure comes as U.S. officials debate the proper course of action in holding China accountable ……

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=14816

    So how are the moneyed Confucius Institutes faring in NZ?

    8

    0

  10. Grey District mayor wants mining restrictions lifted so struggling tourism employees can work

    Grey District’s mayor says New Zealanders who worked in the tourism industry on the West Coast effectively saw their businesses vanish overnight due to Covid-19 and restrictions on other sectors means finding them new jobs is proving difficult.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/grey-district-mayor-wants-mining-restrictions-lifted-so-struggling-tourism-employees-can-work?auto=6154472142001

    “We have the answer right under our noses, really,” Ms Gibson said.

    “We have over 120 mining jobs that we could deploy within six months.

    16

    0

    • so did your MP vote for the mining shut down. If he did he will be toast next time around.

      4

      0

    • This is one of the best Mayors in this country.She actually cares about her constituents and fights for them
      Even fought.for a 3rd generation 80 year old farmer who was going to lose 80% of his property to a significant natural area land grab .
      Watch for her in the future.

      6

      0

    • Coster has had a dreadful start.
      Although Mike Bush did throw him one heck of a hospital pass with the Mongrel Mob ‘checkpoints’, Coster has done nothing to address the issue…

      18

      0

    • Not convinced with that statement from Commissioner Coster even though he inherited a bad situation. They took the soft option after Assistant Commissioner Haumaha “worked with ” the activists and complicated the matter. Yep, it would have got ugly as that is the nature of occupiers and blockaders if thwarted but illegal is illegal and fudging it once makes it harder next time.

      4

      0

  11. Next Monday the government makes the call on whether to move from Level 3.x to 2.x. Let’s assume that they make the move.
    What differences do you think Level 2.x will bring to you personnally?

    – Gyms to open?
    – Butchers to open?
    – Cafes and restaurants to open?
    – Can invite friends over for a BBQ (okay, it is winter, but we have catching up to do…)
    – Shopping malls to open?

    What are you looking forward to do in Level2.x that you have been denied the last several weeks?

    9

    0

    • ……”What are you looking forward to do in Level2.x that you have been denied the last several weeks?”……

      1) Taking the boat out & getting a feed of fresh fish.

      2) A quick trip down to the Wairarapa to catch up on family & friends then back up to the Far North before the next lockdown.

      11

      0

    • I want to travel to see grandkids, use the boat, buy things I need without being stuffed about, regain the freedoms taken by this government possibly unlawfully.

      6

      0

  12. Has anyone noticed that the father of the guy who went to court to see his dying father was a High Court Judge?

    While he did a good thing that will hopefully others I wonder if the judge who ruled in the son’s favour would have done so if the father was not a judge.

    I feel bad for the son but that dodgy Justice Tony Christian shafted me in the civil court because he did not like me representing myself. I was shocked to find his shady history after his costing me thousands. Just Google him to see want I mean.

    8

    0

    • Many Judicial cupboards are full of fetid skeletons which explains some unusual decisions like the Labour youth sex pest and the sex predator in arderns office. Hope the SFO rule that peters foundation has breached electoral law and is to be prosecuted, a decision 4 weeks pre election would be be welcome by many.

      10

      0

      • I just have been told by the Judicial Conduct Commission that Judge Collins has replied to my complaint regarding of his treatment of that pest and the JCC is deliberating.

        5

        0

    • No, Chuck, just lay it out if you have the facts at hand

      why should we scrounge around the internet if you have the info there already?

      2

      0

      • I did not record the phone call. If you read what I said the JCC is deliberating.

        1

        0

  13. Team of local, international divers working to repair pipeline off Taranaki coast

    An 80-man team consisting of local and international divers and support crew are in lockdown at the bottom of the sea as they work to repair a gas pipeline off the Taranaki coast.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/team-local-international-divers-working-repair-pipeline-off-taranaki-coast?auto=6154289874001

    The crew will be replacing the bolts to secure pressurised joints running the length of the pipe.

    “It’s 11 flexible sections, it’s like a massive hydraulic hose,” OMV NZ head of projects Kerry Williamson said.

    “But in the meantime, get this gas pipeline repaired and the maintenance done so that we can get production back up and running,” he said.

    8

    0

  14. The lead catoon this morning, you got that after watching David Benson Pope prancing around with a feather duster up his arse!

    9

    0

  15. So Kelvin Davis is claiming the Tourism industry is nothing to do with him? ‘Other people are handling it’ etc etc
    What does he get paid for that portfolio? $200k??

    Could you imagine the Media if a National Government were so arrogant?- It would be front page news and they would be screaming for heads to roll….

    14

    0

    • He will be circa $290 k as cabinet minister plus extra as ‘Deputy Dawg’ for Liebour
      So, over 300k pa plus perks.

      Winston about $335k pa

      A useless Gween pardy list benchwarmer gets base $165k pa.
      No electorate, no responsibilidy.

      where did you get 200k from?

      The PM of Great Britain by contrast gets GBP150,000 pa.
      Backbencher UK about GBP 81k
      They spend in Pounds so conversion does not apply.

      the salary for President of USA is USD 400, 000 pa and has not changed in decades.
      President Trump gives away his salary to a different charity each quarter.
      But he is still a bad orange man but not as orange as 500k pa ArDoom though the might be

      4

      0

    • Davis was far better as an interference runner for the pedophile teacher that preyed on the kids at the school he was principal of. Even when faced with multiple complaints from concerned parents about the pedo teachers inappropriate behavior Davis dismissed these. Frankly he was lucky not to be charged as an accessory when the police were finally involved.

      7

      0

  16. Things in the universe you can’t get away from once you’re trapped in their gravitational field listed in increasing order of density:

    The Earth.

    Jupiter.

    The Sun.

    A Blackhole.

    Jacinda.

    9

    0

    • She’s so dense than light bends around her, making Winston look shorter, fatter and younger than he really is.

      12

      0

      • Odakyu-sen

        I’m uncertain when your waka arrived in NZ so you may or may not remember Winston Peters using a large, sign written black bus on the campaign trails to promote NZ First. It was great publicity & stood out like dog’s balls wherever he went.

        It was probably the 1999 election & for some forgotten reason I was in Carterton when Peters’ Travelling Roadshow turned up. The bus pulls up under the town’s bell tower, a lackey jumps out & places a step ready for Winston to alight. A couple of minutes goes by while the crowd of about fifty, mostly elderly citizens, awaits with expectancy building.

        I never realised just how short he is but this immaculately dressed dwarf stands on the step & delivers his speech. The assembled worshippers yelled & cheered to the point that I fully expected the old dears to rip off their bloomers & throw them at him a la Tom Jones. Fortunately decorum held & the Great Man got back on the bus & took off knowing that he had another fifty votes in the bag.

        The point is, never underestimate the man’s personal charm. Like everyone who comments here I know that he’s a bullshitter & a con artist. But he has one quality that beats just about anything in politics.

        Charisma.

        10

        0

        • Never look at Peters directly when he is being charming. His smile when he is campaigning has a forceful effect. 🤦‍♀️

          7

          0

        • You should be able to trap and immobilize Winston by placing a full-length mirror in one of the corridors of Parliament.

          8

          0

  17. NZ has its own fake “police checks”/ road blocks seeking information.

    alleged fraudsters are being tried in France, accused of conducting fake police checks on people’s permits to leave home during the lockdown.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-52527514

    Is it just when;- NZ fake police be doing follow ups? 🙁

    8

    0

  18. This what I can not believe about the United Kingdom, and this has be going on to a point that even “border staff” have died.

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/05/04/govt-considering-quarantining-airport-arrivals-after-uk-restrictions-lifted/

    Talk about a hole in the bucket, dear Lisa.

    If this is not does not cause , people out walking & exercising on the airport runways, then Britain has died, and there will be no guillotining revolution.

    Plus any of the ferries or landings on the beaches, needs a “home guard” of the fearless, or they will be “doomed I say, Doomed” in more ways than just the CCP virus.

    6

    0

  19. Be careful for what you wish for in removing blasphemy laws.
    Something better will come on to replace them. 🙁

    The Bill also abolishes the offence of blasphemy – not prosecuted in Scotland for more than 175 years. ….
    ….. The new law will also make it an offence – also punishable by maximum seven-year term – to posses ”threatening or abusive material” that could lead to hatred being stirred up against one of the groups. ……

    https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/scottish-news/5527475/scottish-laws-hate-crime-jail-sentence/

    So no stirring? no debate, no discussion, no free speech.
    Just how far away from this example will Andrew Little’s laws be?

    7

    0

    • What is abuse? What is hatred?

      The answer: wrong-think and questioning the central narrative.

      The authorities: “Have you got a licence for the possession of those thoughts?”

      5

      0

  20. Just heard our PM murdering the English language again.

    Heard a new one.. “Spesifidally”

    Makes a change from poverdy & Bin.

    When she had her teeth straightened years ago it appears to have affected her bottom jaw thus her difficulty pronouncing words correctly.

    I see she is still reading from notes prepared by her script writers. Watching the Aussie PM yesterday was quite a contrast as he hardly looked at his notes.

    Why can’t we have an adult in charge….

    12

    0

  21. Bridges asked Bloomfield about the number of spin artists he has advising him and Cindy.

    When ask today about the Crown Law advice she claimed Bridge withheld the same.

    I doubt if that is a total lie however I would think it would be about a specific case and could be because of privacy.

    She always uses the excuse that these are extraordinary times to justify her actions. Well, these are extraordinary times.

    If they are not supplied to the ERC I hope the National can go to court urgently.

    8

    0

  22. They’re a wormy, sickly lot in Jafaland. Latest population estimates suggest that 32.5% of Kiwis eke out their miserable existences between Wellsford & the Bombay Hills .

    Yet at the coronavirus stakes they represent 45% of the active cases.

    6

    0

    • I originally thought that JAFA stood for the Japan-Auckland Friendship Association.
      How wrong I was!

      10

      0

    • About your “they’re a wormy, sickly lot in Jafaland” Nasska….

      A book I read years ago by an Englishman, who was at Gallipoli, wrote of the British service men who were stripped off, swimming and relaxing on the beach.

      He described the Australian and New Zealand soldiers as having strong, healthy, and tanned physiques compared to the puny, sickly white bodies of the English troops. He attributed the physical appearance of the English soldier to over two centuries of slum living in the likes of London. The hardness had been bred out of them.

      It made me think about the type of army NZ would put together in these times if we had to conscript one for whatever reason. Those Auckland soy boys are not going to cut it.

      8

      0

      • Interesting point. Especially since recruitment would be from the cities as that is where the vast majority of fighting age men live. In 1914 – 18 most would have been manual workers from the provinces.

        Apart from the modern diet which produces impossibly fat wrecks the Health Nannies with their obsession about keeping kids & youth out of the sun means their skeletons would probably break up too.

        If we’re involved in a war leave us hope it’s a short one.

        5

        0

      • The famous story goes that when Winston Churchill was Prime Minister, he was woken one freezing February morning by a Downing Street aide bearing the shocking news that a male Tory MP had been caught having sex on a bench in St James’s Park.

        Churchill replied, “In this weather”? The aide replied with a yes. Churchill then said, “Makes you proud to be British”.

        9

        0

  23. Generations of Kiwis could suffer from ‘debt legacy’ made by Govt’s wasteful spending, says Simon Bridges

    National Party leader Simon Bridges says he’s concerned generations of Kiwis could be left dealing with a “debt legacy” created by the Government if there is wasteful spending to counter Covid-19 in this year’s Budget.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/generations-kiwis-could-suffer-debt-legacy-made-govts-wasteful-spending-simon-bridges-says?auto=6154453102001

    8

    0

  24. So more than a week ago we were told NZ had eliminated / eradicated the virus. Multiple positive tests later and two more deaths ( one more in the last 24 hrs) I have to conclude someone jumped the gun to get more publicity.

    PS. Why is Robertson going ahead with the budget? Trying to budget properly at this time is an exercise in madness.
    The Aussies had the commonsense to delay theirs a few months.

    12

    0

    • Did you not hear Robbo announce a couple of days ago that the Covid crisis will not prevent the COL’s set financial agenda to proceed! Spend, spend, spend!!!
      🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤑🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

      10

      0

  25. Where are we 5 days after May Day 2020?

    The future does not look bright.
    Spitballing for a bleaker future. What is in store?

    The outlook has a lot of the elements of the 1970s.
    Inflation; stagflation; high unemployment masked with ‘make work’ schemes; increasing govt debt; risk aversion in uncertainty leading to lower productivity and investment;
    lots of Govt controls and the Govt casts a long shadow over the whole country/society;
    border controls; no overseas students (?).
    and so on.

    Reduced incomes will lead to more crime to make up the income difference and this will compound with the COL aversion to putting people in jail ..
    ..unless you have bad thoughts about voting ACT and are reclassified on your ‘movement ID card’ as a far right activist.
    >Knock knock
    >Who’s there?
    >The Stasi

    Govt income will reduce on all levels
    – personal income tax;
    -company tax (huge drop and they have tax loss carry forward – for now- so the Govt income loss is prolonged) ;
    -GST from reduced spending.
    Govt Expenditure will increase. A lot.
    Are we back to 30 years of deficits?
    The official Govt numbers from Treasury (5 days after May Day) are complete bollocks.

    The new adage will be:
    ‘We are from the Government and we are here to lie’.
    Former head of MOT , Martin Matthews, will be brought back to run the numbers racket um ah er I mean Recovery Office and use Joanne Harrison as special auditor of the numbers //

    The reduced family income will affect widely and curtail fringe/discretionary activity – gym memberships; coffee shops etc.
    There will be more single income families than 2019.
    There will be pretty much no concerts for quite some time – probably 2022.
    Elton will not have to worry about his ‘walking pneumonia’
    No audiences at sports games- league, union, tennis, golf, netball you name it.
    Severely reduced income for them.
    The likes of Spark arena are buggered. (Phew, goes Vector)
    Council ones will lie empty but have costs funded as usual by the ratepayer.
    Bruce Mason Centre and Downstage Theatre and similar will only stage ‘Goodnight Irene’

    If Eden Park and Dunedin stadium thought they had financial challenges in 2019 this is the new ugly normal.
    Klarkenfuhrer will be grinning from ugly dyke ear to the other ugly ear.
    No noise at all to disturb her ugly sleep!
    Forget about a fancy venue at Christchurch and a waterfront stadium for Auckland.

    Motor car racing in its many forms – kaput – Pukekohe; Meremere, Taupo, Manfeild, stock cars.
    Horse racing thought it had its problems in 2019…
    America’s cup? We tax payers gave what, $30 mill?

    TV stations bidding will have more leverage to sports rights from bent and broken sports organisations but less income and way less advertising income.
    Therefore the outlook and income for professional sports is grim with a trickledown effect.
    Less for sports players, agent and manager income; support staff like trainers, physios, and goffers.
    Less money for retired sport people to sit around paid to talk shit all week about what might happen this Saturday and what happened last Saturday and how the ref was blind!

    The commercial TV model starting in the 1950s is kaput.
    It has been shaky for the last five years anyway.
    Subscription like Netflix will be even more dominant.
    This might squash vile ‘reality TV’. Oh joy.
    This means ‘influencers’ will have reduced income . More joy.
    Large screen TVs will have an uplift. One of the few in the economy.
    Will cinemas ever open again?

    Will university lecture halls open again?
    Will buses and trains be even the least bit economical if people have to ‘social distance’?
    When can white people have family funerals again (Maori will get special people status) ?

    Retail will suffer apart from food and building materials.
    R+M will take precedence over capital investment.
    It was hard enough to go through scum Councils to build anyway. They put in so many road blocks and charges to fund useless pen pushers that kill productivity, why bother?
    People will double up in accommodation like the adjustment in the late 1980s.
    There will be less demand on housing and no (?) international students.

    People will let consumer durables like fridges and washing machines run down to the end (return to the 1960s)
    Bulk sales of motor vehicles to rental firms (tourism/business travel) will decline for at least two years and there will not be these for the secondary market.
    Car sales are a leading economic indicator and these are well down.

    The median age of vehicle stock on the roads will push out again.
    Petrol sell prices have not reduced noticeably to match the huge drop in oil cost price so the cars will not be driven more. Wear and tear will not necessarily climb.
    The high cost of electric cars..forget about it.

    The worst elements of the 1970s (oil shocks, inflation, Britain joining EU) and 1988 to 1993; 2008 to 2010; will prevail x times 2 or 3 ?? ..what is the number.
    Consumer spending will be more like 1955 to 1975 in NZ.
    Not really many concerts; dining out; international travel.

    Reset your watches to 1975.
    It will be 1975 plus wine, cellphones and better burger choices.
    6 o’clock closing will look like an aspiration… when the pubs are not open at all.
    Will Old Spice, tie dyed t shirts and stubbies come back?
    The future is the past and it is bleak.
    The last 45 years are wiped out with no De Lorean in sight to change things.
    The last time the Socialist Unity Party (commies) were strong was the 1970s.
    They are back.

    What do you think the future looks like?

    11

    0

    • ……”What do you think the future looks like?”……

      I reckon that if I saw things the way you do I’d be searching for a tall tree & a short rope! 🙂

      7

      0

      • Sorry old farmer.
        there are no trees.
        Shame’s nephs did not get out and plant them.

        Try a razor blade in the bath instead.
        Far easier way to do it and when they find you, you may get a state funeral for being shrouded in red !!
        …and you did not hurt a tree
        or use a rope probably made from nylon/oil.

        It is very simple.
        The extreme numbers tossed about for health outcomes were a lie but in fact apply to the economic outcomes.

        They have overstated health damage and understated economic damage.

        Unless the economy is normalised very soon it will be as grim as I have painted.

        3

        0

    • Returned to 1975 is correct and back then we were still allowed to voice our opinion, not so any more. Communism was still remembered for the wonton economic destructive policies it produced. Welcome to Socialist Cindy’s communist nirvana. She has taken full advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to implement the policies they have wished for NZ. We are living in dire times. A picture paints a better picture than I can.

      https://www.nzonscreen.com/title/dancing-cossacks-national-party-ad-1975

      5

      0

    • Back to the Future, then.

      Under the free market, the past is known but the future is unknown.
      Under socialism, the past is unknown, but the future is known.

      7

      0

  26. We are being played people.

    Tanzania suspends laboratory head after president questions coronavirus tests

    Magufuli said on Sunday the imported test kits were faulty as they had returned positive results on a goat and a pawpaw — among several non-human samples submitted for testing, with technicians left deliberately unaware of their origins.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-tanzania/tanzania-suspends-laboratory-head-after-president-questions-coronavirus-tests-idUSKBN22G295

    Chloroquine Is a Potent Inhibitor of SARS Coronavirus Infection and Spread

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16115318/

    The Effect of Chloroquine, Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin on the Corrected QT Interval in Patients with SARS-CoV-2 Infection

    https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/CIRCEP.120.008662#.XrG-i8LBjDA.twitter

    9

    0

    • The Reuters report is a classic !! A goat and a paw paw test positive !!

      The paper giving the results on the use of HQC & QC seems to have missed out of adding zinc to the mix. Most of the proponents of the use of HQC say adding zinc is the key to it’s success.

      7

      0

  27. Trolling the media. Kim, you are a legend mate!

    Kim Jong Un appears to be alive after all. So why did CNN and other news outlets report he was on his deathbed?

    This development was a bit awkward for CNN and many other news outlets around the world, as well as a few intelligence agencies, which had spent the past few weeks in a frenzy over Kim’s health, or lack thereof.

    According to stories in otherwise reliable mainstream publications, Kim died. According to journalists, he was “in grave danger,” possibly as a result of a botched operation. Others split the difference, saying he was in a coma or brain dead.

    Or, as it turns out, not.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/media/kim-jong-un-appears-to-be-alive-after-all-so-how-did-his-death-make-the-news/2020/05/05/e9cf7f0e-8d6c-11ea-a0bc-4e9ad4866d21_story.html?utm_campaign=wp_main&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

    8

    0

  28. In fiery exchange, Simon Bridges accuses Dr Bloomfield of holding back info

    A fiery select committee meeting today saw National leader Simon Bridges accuse Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield of attempting to control information flow.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/in-fiery-exchange-simon-bridges-accuses-dr-bloomfield-holding-back-info?auto=6154534597001

    “Here’s the point, the Government suspended the OIA (Official Information Act) and we’ve been waiting over two weeks for your department to answer written questions,” Mr Bridges said.

    “Why don’t you answer simple health questions to the one parliamentary committee on this remarkably significant issue?

    “I’ll be quite frank with you: I don’t think it’s a resourcing issue.
    PM, Dr Bloomfield questioned over lockdown health impacts

    “I think it comes down to one simple thing. You don’t want to answer because you want to control the information flow and do this in a time and a way convenient to you and the Government,” Mr Bridges said.

    11

    0

    • The spin machine is been moved a up a few notches. With the court case judgement, in recent days and now this

      https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/05/jacinda-ardern-admits-expectations-have-not-been-met-as-covid-19-lockdown-testimonies-shock-mps.html

      I have to admit Bridges’ committee is achieving more than I expected. I thought the Government allowed it to go ahead for show and they would never allow it to achieve anything. If it did, the MSM would hide it. But given what I have linked and what WG high lighted above they maybe starting to get a bit of transparency into the situation.

      11

      0

    • I never thought I’d get a chance to say it but Godboy is firing on all eight.

      Good on him.

      17

      0

    • Bridges and Goldstein need to get one of those old fashioned fire ball throwing devices and start flinging fireballs over the parapet every 5 minutes , 24 hours a day.
      How they stormed castles.
      P Bennett has been very quiet.
      We need a ‘zip it sweetie’ moment.

      A Yank I worked with back in the 1980s- had his commonly used phrase- if someone was causing blockages- >> put fire up their arse.

      Grant Robbers son might be able to advise on that 🙂

      4

      0

      • Neil Ferguson deserves the exposure. There are a whole list of hypocrits including our own Sean Plunket on Magic Radio this afternoon asking “who is styling Cindy’s hair and why is she allowed to have someone when the rest of us have been told not to”?

        9

        0

  29. At about 4pm today Labour’s Ministry of Propaganda bombarded us with an utterly nauseating ‘Baby Neve did a boo boo’ story!
    Straight away they were totally slammed in the comments on both the websites this piece of Propaganda appeared on. Clearly a horrendous backfire from Jacinda…
    The story seems now to have disappeared?

    9

    0

    • Is that people doing their own set up on the internet? Some of them are shocking. I haven’t seen so many views of nasal hair. They need to elevate their monitors to eye level. 😵

      5

      0

  30. So while everyone is signing up for the Dole our horticulturalists can’t get workers. There is something wrong with this scenario.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2020/05/coronavirus-horticultural-labour-shortage-could-mean-food-shortage-industry-warns.html

    Production of some food could become a casualty of the campaign against Covid-19, the horticultural industry says.

    The industry said it strongly supported the fight against the disease, but no one should be blind to its real costs.

    These included the risk of some growers quitting the business for lack of markets and workers, thereby reducing New Zealand’s food supply.

    The comments come in the wake of a desperate plea from a Northland producer Brett Heap who grows zucchini on 30 hectares near Kerikeri.

    8

    0

  31. No industry is more challenged than tourism in these times of peril and pestilence.

    Hopes have been rising for a reopening of the Tasman border but on the broader issue of international tourism Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had a stark message for the industry on Tuesday: “We will not have open borders for the rest of world for a long time to come.”

    First, some numbers. These come from Statistics New Zealand’s annual tourism satellite account and are for the year to March 2019.

    International tourism expenditure accounted for 20% of total exports and 42% of total tourism spending.

    Tourism overall, domestic and international, represented just under 10% of gross domestic product – 5.8% direct value added and 4% indirect.

    The sector employed 229,000 people directly, including 29,000 working proprietors, or 8.4% of the total number of people employed. When those whose jobs depended indirectly on tourism were included the share of total employment rose to 14.4%.

    Of the 3.9 million overseas visitor arrivals that year 2 million were on holiday and 1.5 million or 38% were from Australia.
    https://www.interest.co.nz/news/104855/brian-fallow-takes-look-tourism-sector-economy-perhaps-most-impacted-covid-19-and-travel
    Serious times ahead

    “We would hope to see the border open as soon as it can safely be done but we are probably looking at about October before it could realistically happen.”

    5

    0

    • The financial genius Gomorrah Russell (Dr) will tell you they should have had reserves.

      They are probably bad managers- unlike the genii that make up the NZ Cabinet. //

      5

      0

  32. When the Alert Level system was announced I stated it was a PR trick to detach Ardern from unpopular decisions. I said she would make the decision and the appropriate number would be attached, to retrospectively justify it.

    Turns out I was wrong. It’s much worse.

    Rather than a predetermined regression, the restrictions of each level are decided by edict of the dear leader. Each alert level is meaningless and its effect on the huddled masses is determined by the whim of Ardern.

    But hey… the human garbage that make up 55% of kiwis don’t think that’s nearly bad enough.

    12

    0

    • Exactly.
      The lying bitch.
      They issued a chart to every letterbox weeks ago but they will decide on level 2 content over a couple of wines and a wacky smoke or two.

      Making shit up as they go along.
      Giving us shit
      and
      keeping us in the shit.

      As my brother pointed out in the weekend.
      They could not deliver a census, and nowhere near 10,000 houses a year or even 100 pot plants let alone millions of trees
      ..how will they get us out of this mess?

      Answer: they will not.

      The cabinet is basically made up of 20 pot plants (IQ level) and they were not even competent enough to water them.

      8

      0

  33. WORST EVER
    Yesterday we reported the -90% dive in new car sales. Today we can update, that used import sales also fell just as hard. Only 622 used imports were sold in April, presumable in the few days of L3 lockdown at the end of the month. That is -94% lower than the 10,883 sold in April 2019.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/news/104880/review-things-you-need-know-you-go-home-wednesday-another-td-rate-cut-rents-under-attack

    Need another vehicle.
    Open to real value offers.

    7

    0

  34. BEING SAVED BY THE CHINA TRADE
    Statistics NZ is tracking our goods trade flows daily during the pandemic lockdown and comparing it to the same period a year ago. For the latest reviewed week to April 29, total exports to all countries were up +3.3% (+$38 mln), to $1.18 bln, total imports from all countries were down -28%(-$331 mln), to $834 mln, exports to China were up +20% (+$56 mln), to $333 mln, and imports from China were up +4.5% (+$10 mln), to $232 mln.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/news/104880/review-things-you-need-know-you-go-home-wednesday-another-td-rate-cut-rents-under-attack

    4

    0

    • We were in 2008 to 2011.
      The FTA had been recently signed when the GFC hit.
      Despite the verbal tirade against China in recent weeks the trade helped us enormously.
      Has we been trading with Britain like we were 50 years ago it would have been much worse.
      Britain ran Austerity for years.

      Also China was buying from Australia so Australia was buoyant – to take our goods and services.
      They comprised nearly 50% of exports in 2010.

      4

      0

  35. A lot of people are going to lose the jobs and then the 12 weeks of wage support will end.
    What are the critera for unemployment benefit in New Zealand? I know that you can’t live in a part of the country (like Kaiaua or Miranda) where there isn’t any work. I understand that you have to be actively looking for work.
    If you have equity in a house, will WINZ (I don’t know if they even have an English name any more) demand that you sell your house? (I have no idea.)

    Do you literally have to be broke before you can collect unemployment benefit?

    5

    0

    • You have to be a NZ citizen or permanent resident, you have to be actively seeking work. From memory there used to be a stand down of two weeks (may have gone) & you had to use any holiday payment from a previous job. There were areas where anyone unemployed couldn’t move to but if someone was made unemployed within them then no sanction. To the best of my knowledge it is income tested but not asset tested.

      There are top ups above a certain level for rent or mortgage repayments.

      May be out of date but any change would be to the advantage of the applicant.

      4

      0

    • I don’t believe you lose your house O-sen as you have to live somewhere so as long as you can pay your mortgage or your rent then that is your business while unemployed collect the NZ dole. I seem to remember that Louisa Sepaloni of the COL has stated nobody will be expected to look for work while collecting taxpayer funded unemployment.

      8

      0

      • Louisa Sepaloni !!

        Fuurk! Have they got another loser in there?
        Do you mean Carmel Sepuloni?
        Caramel is sweet. Carmel is not.

        Here mother was convicted of Social Welfare fraud.
        The Minister of Finance’ father was convicted of financial crimes.
        They are a right lot.

        The irony here is that they made benefits easier to get when they came in.
        So it works in your favour if you need to apply.
        Many will.

        Santa Grant will look after you.

        5

        0

        • Oops, yes sorry Carmel Sepaloni.
          The state will pay (gggrrrrr, that is the taxpayer!)

          4

          0

  36. Did I see that Ngai Tahu got a payout for the wage subsidy?
    Will they have to pay it back seen as they just shafted 309 staff?
    Can someone race in and start up in opposition?

    3

    0

  37. One of New Zealand’s largest tourism operators to cut 300 jobs
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/one-new-zealands-largest-tourism-operators-cut-300-jobs

    The organisation operates iconic businesses including Shotover Jet, Franz Josef Glacier Hot Pools, Hollyford Track, Rotorua’s Agrodome and Rainbow Springs.

    Each year, Ngāi Tahu Tourism hosts more than one million guests across its iconic businesses.

    Ngāi Tahu Holdings chief executive Mike Pohio and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Kaiwhakahaere Lisa Tumahai released a joint statement following staff consultation, saying the workforce will be cut from 348 to just 39 workers with most leaving in June or July.

    “As a result, we expect to write off the equivalent of the last five years of Ngāi Tahu Tourism profits. Even if the domestic market soon picks up, it will not be enough to sustain our current operations or staffing.”

    Glacier Southern Lakes Helicopters will remain open at a reduced capacity.

    The remaining businesses are in the process of hibernation.

    7

    0

    • Its not just 300 jobs, There are all the jobs that feed their tourism ventures. Bus drivers , tour operators and so on.

      3

      0

  38. What the fuck. Immigration are totslly incompetent.

    A thousand immigration staff have been unable to work from home during lockdown because they had no remote working capability or secure network.

    Immigrants have expressed frustration at not getting answers to their urgent visa queries, and at how few immigration employees have been working.

    Some have lost jobs and want a visa to start another, while others want news on their applications.

    “INZ are in disarray. Somehow a significant and important department of MBIE have 1000 employees at home not able to work remotely.

    What a balls up. Note the time published. Seems someone has rumbled them and they had to get it out after the news was over.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12330098
    6 May, 2020 6:46pm

    “INZ are in disarray. Somehow a significant and important department of MBIE have 1000 employees at home not able to work remotely.

    6

    0

  39. This whole Covid-19 experience has been a great battle test for the NZ government, civil service, and private sector alike. I think that this has been a defining moment for New Zealand (and it’s only just starting).

    Over the next several months until the end of the year, we are really going to see what the people in this country are made of. This is an opportunity to prune off and burn the deadwood and to cull out the useless sectors of the economy.

    It’s going to be a bitter, nasty course of medicine, but I think we will learn a lot about ourselves over the next couple of years. Far more than we have learned since the big bandaid of 2008/2009 that never really changed anything.

    The hard times ahead are going to make a lot of strong men and women.

    6

    0

    • Its also going to damage a lot of very fine people. This is not a one way street. I know from tough experiences in the 90’s that the stress this causes will hurt a lot of people.
      Unfortunately many will not recover and spend the rest of their lives in very poor circumsatnces.
      Be careful what you wish for.

      3

      0

  40. Viking ,Ive not heard of anybody getting the CCP virus ,of all my customers and large family group not one.
    Unfortunately I’ve heard at least five or six accounts from people that are poised to lose everything because of redundancy or business losses ,no amount of “be kind to each other “is going to fix the coming catastrophe being foisted on the People of NZ.
    And i would bet good money that Ardern will buy into the newly announced Google,gates,Bloomberg tracking app that Cuomo has come up with.

    2

    0

Comments are closed.

Recent posts

No more migrants?

IS THE WORLD BECOMING LESS TOLERANT OF MIGRANTS? AP: Gallup poll says world becoming less tolerant of migrants Humbug.  Everything is wrong about this header. It’s not...

Tool shed extreme.

Body fat deep below the surface is a toxic risk, especially for your heart By Lea M D Delbridge, Professor of Physiology, University of Melbourne Amid...

Insider Trading?

Moderna Executives Caught Selling Millions In Stock As Covid Vaccine Trials Enter Phase 3 Baxter Dmitry: Moderna executives have been caught selling tens of millions of...

It Ain’t over till the voters vote

The 2020 New Zealand Election is Not a Foregone Conclusion By Keith Rankin:   The most recent TVNZ Colmar Brunton poll felt about right: Labour/Green on 54% and...

Recent comments

Braybots nemesis on Have Your Say
waikatogirl on Have Your Say
Saggy on Have Your Say
waikatogirl on Have Your Say
Sooty on Have Your Say
nasska on Have Your Say
Piniwi on Have Your Say
Sooty on Have Your Say

The way we all feel about this useless government

Hamilton
scattered clouds
17.9 ° C
18.3 °
17.8 °
73 %
9.4kmh
28 %
Sun
17 °
Mon
14 °
Tue
13 °
Wed
12 °
Thu
14 °
NZD - New Zealand Dollar
USD
1.5300
EUR
1.7797
AUD
1.0753
CAD
1.1429
GBP
1.9500
JPY
0.0145
CNY
0.2242
INR
0.0208