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  1. Good grief it must be driving the planets MSM media and their tens of thousands of minions insane that there is just no angle they can come up with to blame Trump for the F–K up in Libya.
    And of course the people most to blame Hillary Clinton and The black tracker Obama aren’t mentioned at all ,our media here are a frickin disgrace it’s 100% “orange man bad”.
    Just look at the little fagg Bryce Edwards this morning on Garners “3 hours for Jacinda” he just couldn’t bring himself to say that Muller had done a good job of clearing up the leaks problem in his caucus.
    Edwards is a rabid leftie C–T.

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  2. The contrast is clear. Labour set up an enquiry to report back at the end of July. National actually dealt with the matter by lunchtime Wednesday.

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    • Yes, I think Todd handled this pretty well. Stayed calm, got legal advice, stuck to message, and didn’t get bullied by reporters. Did the best he could to recover from an unforced cock-up.

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      • My thoughts too. This has actually made Todd look good and Adern bad. Quickly dealt with, nothing in Stuff this morning, unlike Labour’s issues which still hang around them like a bad smell.

        I couldn’t agree more with the opener above. Certainly her way or nothing. I have never seen such an undemocratic Government in action. Have they heard of the Select Committee process where they actually listen to the country?

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        • Even then the bastards do not listen.

          The gun ‘hearing ‘ was two days with thousands of submission – often pragmatic – that they never listened to or read let alone take into account.
          The agenda had already been set.
          Post Truth.
          Post Democracy.

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  3. Easy to fix. Stop apointing children to do a grown ups job.
    All p[arties are guilty of that. Greens being the worst of course.

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  4. Have a read of the new way of making our Law.
    somewhat concerning.

    The Supreme Court could be on the verge of another milestone development in our legal system.
    It seemed a strange legal pairing.
    If the court decides that tikanga has a major bearing on the argument about whether Ellis’ appeal should go ahead, it will represent a landmark decision. It will be the first time in the last 100 years that tikanga has been applied to an essentially Pākehā common law dispute.

    The Christchurch Civic Creche case and Māori traditional rules and tenets called tikanga.

    Lahttps://www.stuff.co.nz/national/122056368/the-peter-ellis-case-and-mori-customary-laww by stealth.Judgement by feelings.

    In concluding his 2013 paper, Justice Williams ponders the next steps for tikanga and New Zealand’s legal system and wonders whether judges will become agents for change as they become better trained to address tikanga.

    “Will the first law evolve in the way that the common law did: from a system of local custom to a more positivist system of judge-made law?

    “These are issues judges and the Māori community will be working through over the next generation. Lex Aotearoa is very much alive. It is still fragile but its survival is more certain now than in the past. It is demanding that we change to address its challenges. I hope we Aotearoans are up for it.’’

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    • “Aotearoans.”
      I think we are going to see more of this word in the future.
      I guess it means “people living in a South Pacific Marxist state.”

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    • A little bird told me that if Labour get back in they are going to implement a separate justice system for the special people.
      Makes sense given that so many areas of government are being separated.

      I think there is a name for that mmm.

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        • A country divided cannot stand.
          Will “Our Terror Roa” end up like Canada with billingual labeling on all products, and subtitles on the news programs, to go with the insert showing a person doing sign language for the minority who actually need the service.
          So much unnecessary complexity and bureaucracy… mind you, it will create a lot of future-proof jobs.

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      • No, not Apartheid? When I left South Africa in 1996 I thought I had seen the end of race based policies. FFS New Zealand is preoccupied by racial bean counting. Education demands ethnicity branding, the only thing we dont do here is brand ethnicity on the forearm. Someone tried that a few years ago and it did not end well, but Goebels Arderne has learnt well…..

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      • To the above, and Pete,consider how much NZ law has been created by case law..
        Individuals have relied on the rule of law to protect themselves and their property in the past.
        Now there is ever decreasing uncertainly as lawmakers including judges include concepts that are important only to very small minority.Many of these concepts have never even been through a formal legislative process—government.
        The result is and will continue to be escalating alienation of law abiding citizens of New Zealand.

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  5. Your opener is a sad commentary on where the current coalition has taken this country. Poorly considered law rushed through on a foot stamping whim without regard for accepted process or impact on citizens. Vast sums spent compensating for the inappropriate Arms Act amendments while being ineffective in achieving the stated purpose. That the stated purpose was without mandate did not stop the action being taken.

    The Oil and Gas decision made without obvious consideration or thought for consequence will impose unnecessary immediate and longterm costs on the communities directly affected and the nation.

    The wanton expenditure, daily increasing as we head towards the election, on a range of half baked projects that may produce short term manual work opportunities but little longterm employment, shows a lack of understanding of this taxpayers willingness to submit to the rapacious demands for more tax. Allocating bulk cash for the PGF may have been a Coalition deal but what a lemon in terms of good fiscal process. Each subsequent blow hard announcement just reminds me how governments waste money in a manner the taxpayer forced to contribute via income taxed at source can do little to prevent.

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  6. Tim Macindoe’s event tomorrow should be very interesting. There is always time for questions.

    Our guest speaker is Hon Paul Goldsmith, National List MP based in Epsom. Paul is the National Spokesperson for Finance and the Earthquake Commission.
    WHEN: Friday 10th July, 2020
    WHERE: Cafe Agora, Kent Street, Frankton
    TIME: 10.15am to 11.30am
    A hot drink & muffin are available for $5 (this includes a donation to the Cafe’s charity funding pool).

    This is a public meeting – all are welcome.

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    • Will Mr Ngati Porou Goldsmith be starting his little korero with a mihi – given you know, how Maori he is? Maybe Nikki Kaye will be welcoming him on with a karakia? Is there a gold coin koha required at the door?

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  7. I heard this morning on ZB that the policeman shot a couple of weeks ago was shot “multiple times “, didnt Ardern confiscate this animal shooters semi automatic rifle ,why not Jacinda you took everbody elses you virtue signalling emaciated POS ?

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  8. Hot off the press.Rio Tinto are going to wind down their operation at Tiwai Point.

    Great.

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    • Posted late last night.
      On so many issues and points, the greatest costliest con job of virtue signalling for over half a century, of such godless mindless faith in “renewable’s being sustainable.

      But Germany didn’t just fall short of its climate targets. Its emissions have flat-lined since 2009.
      .
      Now comes a major article in the country’s largest newsweekly magazine, Der Spiegel, titled, “A Botched Job in Germany” (“Murks in Germany”). The magazine’s cover shows broken wind turbines and incomplete electrical transmission towers against a dark silhouette of Berlin.
      .
      “The Energiewende — the biggest political project since reunification — threatens to fail,” write Der Spiegel’s Frank Dohmen, Alexander Jung, Stefan Schultz, Gerald Traufetter in their a 5,700-word investigative story.
      .
      …. if renewables can’t cheaply power Germany, one of the richest and most technologically advanced countries in the world, how could a developing nation like Kenya ever expect them to allow it to “leapfrog” fossil fuels? …….
      .
      ……no amount of marketing could change the poor physics of resource-intensive and land-intensive renewables. ….
      .
      ….. The transition to renewables was doomed because modern industrial people, no matter how Romantic they are, do not want to return to pre-modern life.
      .
      ….. The reason renewables can’t power modern civilization is because they were never meant to.
      One interesting question is why anybody ever thought they could.

      https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshellenberger/2019/05/06/the-reason-renewables-cant-power-modern-civilization-is-because-they-were-never-meant-to/#174ae123ea2b

      Well worth the read, follow the hundreds of billions of $ Euros to unsustainable murderous heights that has played Pied Piper since the 1950’s.

      Thieving conniving politicians, bowing down to imbecile children that believe 2+2= 5.
      The magic number is = 42. 🙂

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    • Tiwai Point aluminium smelter to close next year
      https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2020/07/tiwai-point-aluminium-smelter-to-close-next-year.html

      The smelter is Southland’s biggest employer, with 1000 jobs and contractors working onsite. It contributes $400 million per year to the region’s economy.

      “As a result, NZAS [NZ Aluminium Smelters] has given Meridian Energy notice to terminate the power contract, which will end in August 2021, when the wind-down of operations is expected to complete.”

      “The strategic review concluded that the smelter, which has made Rio Tinto an underlying loss of NZ$46m in 2019, is not economically viable due to energy costs that are some of the highest in the industry globally, coupled with a challenging short to medium term aluminum outlook.”

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      • A lot of people will be without a job. I really feel for them, that is not good in the current economic situation. .

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      • The Greens should be complaining about this. Tiwai is one of just a couple of aluminium smelters that can truthfully say their product is really “green” and made from 100% renewable energy. There is probably quite a bit of aluminium in their dream electric cars and all the devices they play with etc.
        Of course we will not hear a peep from them.

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    • Now we will smell the hydrogen on the CoL’s breath.
      Would they pull the hydrogen factor from Taranaki, and pass it to Bluff?

      What to do with all that spare electricity, that can not simply be spirited up to Auckland.

      Plenty of electric power for Invercargill.
      Now Mayor Tim can offer free electricity for all those electric cars, whoops they will have to wait until the free electric vechicle is govern-mentally supplied.

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      • That would be a great draw to Invercargill.
        I can see the banners now…

        “Invercargill, the EV capital of New Zealand!”
        “Invercargill, with the cheapest electricity in New Zealand!”
        “Invercargill, with New Zealand’s only fully electric university!”
        “Invercargill to change name to ‘Spark City’!”

        Surely this is an opportunity to attract industry to the region with super-cheap power offers. Win-win. Create jobs. Employ graduates. Boost the economy. What’s not to like!?

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      • It will be a while before the extra electricity is available —major new infrastructure/lines are needed to handled it. The last I read the cost is huge.

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  9. Chippy, I don’ t think there’s any point trying to implicate other Nat MP’s:
    “The Ministry of Health is refusing to confirm it supplied the former National Party president Michelle Boag with a daily list of people infected with Covid-19 and their private information.”

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    • Talk about milking it
      ‘former National Party president’ Boagan.

      For one year, 20 years ago.
      Let it go.

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    • I can understand – at a stretch – why the operational staff of the helicopter trust might need to know if the patient they are attending has CV-19, but why on earth would that information be sent to the Chair of the Administrative Trust?
      Doesn’t make any sense at all.
      Could Chippy please explain.

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  10. Yes, Home Goal… Where is the msm witch hunt against those who are running the covid fustercluk? Oh, that would be their treasured Ashley Bloomfield and the Labour party!

    Ministry of Health won’t say if Michelle Boag’s COVID-19 patient detail source claims true
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2020/07/ministry-of-health-won-t-say-if-michelle-boag-s-covid-19-patient-detail-source-claims-true.html

    “I was sent it [the private patient information] legitimately by the Ministry of Health,” Boag said.

    She received a daily list of Covid-19 patients, and their personal details, as the acting chief executive of the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust (ARHT), Boag said, but added it was sent to her personal email.

    The Ministry of Health and government ministers declined to comment when contacted by RNZ last night.

    But the minister in charge of managed isolation Megan Woods has already confirmed emergency services were supplied the names of people infected with Covid-19 since the start of the government’s response.

    “That is an operational procedure that is standard and that’s because if emergency services need to come into contact with someone who has tested Covid positive for whatever reason, be that an airlift or whatever, that they have that information and make sure their staff is protected,” Woods said.

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    • I can’t see much of a problem with the Ministry supplying the operations part of an extensively used rescue & air ambulance organisation with the info. It could easily be argued that it was needed to keep their employees safe.

      But sending it to a personal email address? That’s an area ripe for mining.

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      • Boag receiving MOH information is odd when yesterday the air ambulance said Boag doesn’t have access to patient information.

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      • Oh yes. Clintonesque in the extreme. I just wonder if someone might just land up comitting “suicide” over this? Lefties – all the same shit, just different cuntries.

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      • Nasska
        You asked a question last night about a trip to the Chathams. I’ve spent quite a bit of time over there and I would highly recommend it to you. Great for outdoors types. Fishing is great. There is a range of good accommodation there now and February would be good time , always good weather.

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        • Thanks. We’re still mulling over it but if we can jack up reasonable accommodation it should be a goer.

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  11. An American was bragging about how much bigger and better things are in the USA. “Let me tell ya, I get in my car to go the mall, and it takes me 45 minutes just to reach the gates at the end of the drive”
    To which the Briton replies. “Yes, I had a car like that once”

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  12. Australian police seize $4.6m of cash from car
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/07/australian-police-seize-4-6m-of-cash-from-car.html

    Police searched the car of Andrew Cross, 37, and found AU$1.75 million (NZ$1.85 million) stacked inside a suitcase, and a further AU$2.61 million (NZ$2.76 million) in a cardboard box, ABC reports. The cash was made up of $100, $50 and $20 notes.

    Police hadn’t yet determined the origin of the money, but an investigation is ongoing. Cross was charged with one count of receiving tainted property.

    Cross’ defence lawyer said in court on Wednesday he had no criminal history and had cooperated with police.

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    • Don’t the police need a search warrant to get inside a vehicle unless they have probable cause?

      (I am sure the police knew a lot more than is being reported.)

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  13. US considers banning TikTok, other Chinese-owned apps over data privacy fears
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2020/07/us-considers-banning-tiktok-other-chinese-owned-apps-over-data-privacy-fears.html

    Pompeo says the US is looking at cracking down on Chinese-owned cellphone apps – Tiktok included – because of safety fears for users’ private information.

    “It’s something we’re looking at,” he said. “Would you recommend people download that app on their phones tonight, tomorrow, anytime? Only if you want your private information in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party.”

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    • ‘over data privacy fears’

      So they will ban Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Fakebook etc
      Oh Good.
      I would love to see the law applied consistently.
      (It is not)

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  14. Isn’t Toddy a fast mover in getting rid of his MP. The speed of light compared to the mad queen who ducked and dived, dithered and withered and looked stupid!

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  15. Keep the immigrants coming in, encourage them to come. 🙁

    In October of 2019, Statistics Sweden revealed that mass migration has shifted the demographics of the country to such an extent that now around 20 per cent, or one-fifth, of all Swedes come from migration backgrounds — nearly two million people in total.
    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/07/05/swedish-pm-rejects-any-limits-on-asylum-seeker-migration/

    Just do not let those native Swedes into your country, as they will not learn, will not change, continue to vote for this, and will want to repeat this.

    Perhaps the Swedes have learnt the culturally approved maths, and the answer to 2+2=42 for the magical social welfare system that it has in place.

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    • One must pass through many, many countries to reach Sweden. These are not asylum seekers. They are economic opportunists.
      Something is wrong with the Swedes. They seem to have turnips instead of brains. (Maybe that’s why they are know as “Swedes” in English.) Only a vegetable would think like they do.

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        • tarquin ,volvo stern legs are big money spinners for that company because they continually F–K up, a vovlo 200 hp diesel circa 92/2000 with duoprop stern leg is like playing Russian roulette with one empty chamber.

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          • Been there done that. I could have seen Abba in Sweden for less than the repair bill and bought one of those god awful frog looking Saabs with the change.

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  16. Seems Tiwai may have the door still ajar if they can secure a financially viable power supply. Their contract with Meridian will be terminated at the end of August 2021 after negotiations could not come to an agreement.

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        • Food poisoning meeding an op? Alcohol poisoning? I did wonder if he was going for the sympathy vote.

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    • Can I send him flowers? I have a few bunches of Hemlock. I’ll add a note signed by Paula Bennett, sent from Hipkins’ private email.

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      • I am so glad that Paula didn’t let Winston take her scalp, I bet he was peeved.

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    • “Food poisoning like symptoms”. Food poisoning doesn’t require surgery. Something nasty to be removed from its host?

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      • Thats what I thought. Food poisoning is treated symptomatically until the poison passes through or the person dies. Surgery aint going to fix nutting. However, maybe they intend relocating his brain.

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      • The way some people carry on, you would think that alcohol is the fifth element (after air, fire, wind and water).

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    • Errm – food poisoning usually only requires toilet roll to address the impacts of the illness.

      Is he having his gob sewn shut? Is he have a procedure to remove his head from his arse?

      Like everything to do with the CoL – even their lies don’t add up.

      I mean, I agree. I don’t wish ill health on anyone – but does every single thing utterance have to be an obvious lie?

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    • I did not know that one had surgery for food poisoning? Please correct me if I am wrong, however after having food poisoning a couple of times in Asia I just passed it through my system (both ends) and while it was an incredible weight loss diet, I got over it after a few days. I know of other who have suffered from food poisoning in Egypt and did not have surgery either. Deli Belly other friends have had and no surgery . Is Wine stone lying again? Or could someone enlighten me as to how this is cured by surgery please?

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      • Maybe he had the shits so bad he got a prolapsed bowel, and they’re going to have to turn him back in the right way, and truss him up like a bearing ewe.

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    • Right back to Fred Dagg’s
      “Get in behind.”

      It is a control mechanism.

      But if Trump says he will withhold funding from ‘sanctuary cities’ that is bad!
      Right ?

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    • Not sure about this one. The $761m includes $51M to set up Taumata Arowai and its Maori Advisory Unit. My initial feeling is local government would be better taking the opt out option but the pressure will be unrelenting. Hard to see how setting up this monstrosity will improve any water delivery system but it will generate costs. I donot need any more living costs or government involvement in daily life. The government fiddling with water seems like as useful as an additional wart in an unwanted place.

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    • The communist skeleton finds it difficult to shut her mouth with those massive horse teeth.

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    • Normal standard islamic system of defence.
      So if there was any islamic terror attack, then the defences against a supposed backlash, that all muslims supposedly suffer, will be switched on with all its bells & whistles to regain their victimhood..

      Unfortunately with the Ides of March, the victim-hood itself sadly occurred, so they have shifted this from a defence, to ratchet their advantage even more.
      To islam it is all politics.

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  17. The hypocrisy of the left attack their own supporters who in turn bite back at those complainers – the left eating their own.

    JK Rowling part of group of 150 authors, academics criticising ‘cancel culture’ in Harper’s open letter
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/entertainment/2020/07/jk-rowling-part-of-group-of-150-authors-academics-criticising-cancel-culture-in-harper-s-open-letter.html

    The British author hit headlines last month after questioning the idea that “sex isn’t real” in a series of tweets, which LGBTQ activists condemned as transphobic – comments she later explained but refused to retract in a lengthy blog post.

    Now Rowling has joined a large group of famous names including Salman Rushdie and Margaret Atwood to denounce cancel culture – the online shaming of individuals who cause offence with their comments – in a letter published this week in Harper’s Magazine.

    In the letter, the group says that while a “needed reckoning” on racial justice has been a long time coming, it’s also contributed to a “vogue for public shaming and ostracism” and “a blinding moral certainty”.

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  18. YAY!

    Pharmac to lift dispensing restrictions, caused by Covid-19, for most meds

    Pharmac is about to ease its restrictions on the amount of medicine that can be dispensed at once, with supply issues easing for most of the drugs.
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/pharmac-lift-dispensing-restrictions-caused-covid-19-most-meds

    From August 1, pharmacists will be able to hand out a three-month supply of most medications again.

    In total, restrictions remain on 16 medications, Pharmac says.

    Pharmacies have been asked to dispense remaining repeats in single-month lots where possible, to help manage the supply as they resume regular operation, according to Pharmac.

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      • My dad’s 90th on the 1st. He’s asked me to make the birthday cake for his party. Hubby has been happily testing my research baking spree! 🙂

        Apparently the racing industry used to hide their new born foals if they arrived a few days before 1 August, or the foals were deemed to be already a 1 year old despite being only a few days old.

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  19. The South copping it in the Nads all week.

    -Let’s send thousands of quarantine jumpers from shitholes there in the middle of winter.
    Knowing that ‘managed quarantine’ means – they hang out in quarantine if they feelz like it and you can have sex with the security people if you are horny.

    -Little Hamish acts like a real tool as opposed to what Todd Barclay did.
    -Forgetting that also short-lived MP Sarah Dowie could have at least chosen to shag a decent bloke and not the tufted hair weasel.

    -No Foreign or especially Australian ski visitors pouring money into the economy.

    -Now they are about to get the aluminium smelter closed.

    Oh well, on the upside it is not as cold as 1996.

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  20. Visa rules relaxed for stranded seasonal workers, farm employees
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/rural/2020/07/visa-rules-relaxed-for-stranded-seasonal-workers-farm-employees.html

    However, the workers will need to have an employment agreement with an RSE employer, who will need to continue to honour commitments under the RSE scheme, Lees-Galloway said.

    The change allows workers to move around the country freely to take up job opportunities not necessarily related to the work they were previously doing.

    “Around 9000 seasonal workers are still in New Zealand, a number of those stranded with no flights home and no way to support themselves after the harvest season has ended,” Lees-Galloway said on Wednesday.

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    • How many non “seasonal workers” are here? 10,000? 30.000?
      I better shut up. I keep forgetting how competent and transparent
      this government are.

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  21. So what happens if Winston doesn’t return after his surgery? Does NZ First just appoint a replacement leader and carry on with business as normal up to the election and beyond or are there parliamentary, COL or electoral ramifications?

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    • Japan is far more unregulated when it comes to pets.
      I remember seeing young green iguanas (about 25 cm from nose to tail) on sale at my local department store in Japan back in the mid 1980s for 5,000 yen each.
      Hamsters are freely available on the open market. (I don’t think you can get hamsters in NZ.)

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    • ……”There is a Kea in Japan amusing folk in a cafe”……

      I knew it would happen sooner or later! Mossad have taken him out. 🙂

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  22. A Frenchman goes to work on a building site and the Foreman says I’ll take you around and introduce you to the lads. Comes to two guys laying bricks and says “These guys are from Northern Ireland and they’re called Paddy & Mick”

    He then goes round the corner where a plasterer is working, “This bloke is from Liverpool and because he’s a scouser, we call him Wack”

    Finally they come to a guy laying cement and says”Here is Mac, he’s from Scotland”

    So the Foreman leaves the Frenchman to his labour and back to his office to work.

    Suddenly he hears a commotion coming from outside and goes out and sees the poor Frenchman being set upon by the four other men so he shouts from the top of the steps,

    “Mick, Mac, Paddy, Wack, leave the Frog alone”

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  23. Just seen on Stuffed that the Plod who was busted doing more than 150 km per hour
    will not be facing criminal charges. But if it was Joe Public, they would be in court.
    Bent pigs looking out for each other. Arseholes.

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    • I never understood why the media aways went to her for comment on National. After reading that, I now have it confirmed that she really is a toxic bitch and should have been put down years ago.

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      • The National hierarchy have always been a pack of nasty bastards. You could count the outsiders (like Williamson) who have survived on the fingers of one hand.

        Logic suggests that Boag must have a better collection of photos than Epstein.

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    • Well there you go, Rosco.
      Proof that Slater reads YSB.

      Is that a good thing?
      I’m not sure.
      His article is largely a take on what I said yesterday right down to derivation of ‘lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas’.
      posted Wed at 1.48 pm.
      https://ysb.co.nz/have-your-say-449/#comment-83531

      I had not been there in a long time- many months.

      It is quite icky with some sycophantic comments.
      I only read about a third (a turd) of them.
      Some nincompoop > Nige: ‘Share it far and wide. And remember that The BFD is the place to come to because we have the most insightful commentator in New Zealand (and Fijian) politics.’ Yeah. OK Nige.

      It shows Slater still does not have much original thought.

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          • As a parent of three kids I could not think of anything worse. A good friend’s 15yr old committed suicide years ago. Was the worst funeral I have ever been to in terms of watching a grieveing, uncomprehensive dad. I don’t think any parent ever gets over it. You have my sincere sympathies.

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  24. Police find 16yo Haami Hanara who absconded from Auckland youth facility
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/07/covid-19-police-find-16yo-who-absconded-auckland-youth-facility.html

    “He was sighted by Police staff in the Wiri area this afternoon [Thursday] and was taken into custody following a short foot pursuit,” Detective Inspector Chris Barry from Counties Manukau Police says.

    “The 16-year-old will face a charge of escaping from lawful custody and will appear in the Manukau Youth Court on Friday July 10.”

    Enquiries are still ongoing into where Sean Ratu, the second escapee, is.

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  25. It doesn’t give his opponents any time to steal National’s election policies either!

    Todd Muller rejects question suggesting National haven’t announced any policies under his leadership
    https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/todd-muller-rejects-question-suggesting-national-haven-t-announced-any-policies-under-his-leadership

    “The framework comprises five components: responsible economic management; delivering infrastructure; reskilling and retraining our workforce; a greener, smarter future; and building stronger communities.

    The statement also said the full plan will not be finalised until after the Government releases the Pre-Election Economic and Fiscal Update (PREFU) in August.

    National says it will be available by September 2 when overseas voting begins, to be followed by early voting, which starts on September 5.

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    • Tired old National policies that invite us to believe the fantastical notion – the only thing holding us back from untold riches are the lowest paid workers having a few minimal protections.

      Great way to lose the working class vote Toad. That crafty shyster Key knew this and had the blue collar Joe’s lining up to vote for him.

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      • Rock star economy to near fucking bankrupt. I know why you dont like Sir John Key…
        Get back in your ( rented) cage.

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        • Don’t get your sidelocks in a knot sonny. I voted for Key every time and regard him as our best leader ever.

          Your grovelling to Jews is hilarious. As an over leveraged slum lord, perhaps you imagine the shylocks will save your sorry arse from the coming economic tsunami. They won’t 😄

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  26. A man was telling his mate, “You won’t believe what happened last night”.

    “My daughter walked into the living room and said, “Dad, cancel my allowance immediately, forget my student loan repayments, rent my room out, throw all my clothes out the window, take my TV and my laptop. Please take any of my jewellery to the Salvation Army or Cash Converters. Then, sell my car, take my front door key away from me and throw me out of the house. Then, disown me and never talk to me again. Don’t forget to write me out of your will and leave my share to any charity you choose.”

    “Holy Shit,” replied the friend, “she actually said that?”

    “Well, she didn’t put it quite like that. She actually said, ‘Dad, meet my new boyfriend– Mohammed. We’re going to work together on the Green’s election campaign!'”

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  27. Coronavirus: Judge warns Government over ‘illegal’ ban on compassionate leave after Kiwi misses chance to farewell dying father
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/07/coronavirus-judge-warns-government-over-illegal-ban-on-compassionate-leave-after-kiwi-misses-chance-to-farewell-dying-father.html

    A High Court judge is questioning the legality of the Government’s ban on compassionate exemptions from managed isolation – and warned them to fix it.

    It follows a case of a returning Kiwi who challenged the ban, but tragically never got to say goodbye to his father, who died before he got his day in court.

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    • Ardern and Bloomfield can wear this. And EVERY death as a result of their illegal
      lockdown. Evil, filthy cunts, both of them.

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  28. Deary, deary Cindy, things are going to rack and ruin. Why won’t people just do as they are told? //

    COVID-19: Man arrested at Auckland managed isolation facility after alleged ‘abusive incident’
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/07/covid-19-man-arrested-at-auckland-managed-isolation-facility-after-alleged-abusive-incident.html

    The 21-year-old man was in managed isolation at a hotel in Mangere when the incident occurred on Monday and police were called, Auckland Police Superintendent Steve Kehoe says.

    “He was taken to the Counties Manukau Police Custody Unit and has been charged with Speaks Threateningly. He was due to appear in Manukau District Court on Tuesday, July 7,” he says.

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      • Not the only ones.
        The BBC inner circle – Do you really think SIR Jimmy Savile was not known about?

        The hoi poloi and always have been off limits.
        They wont get to Ponce Andrew after his ‘escapades’

        There are plenty of protected low lifes.

        It is a left over off the upper crust of many centuries.
        Sending kids up chimneys or down coal mines has never worried them.
        They press ganged their own people – kidnapped – 200 years ago.
        And the darkies go on about slavery.
        I cant see a difference.
        The average white Brit has always been at the end of a boot, they just treated the Irish worse to make it look not so bad.

        That is why the inquiry into the child sexual abuse was deliberately collapsed multiple times – the one that Lowell Goddard sat on. She was previously married to Sir John Scott, 5th Baronet at one stage and had a child into that family. She was not naive.
        It was all a sham.
        Even the survivors representative group called it quits.
        There was some very dirty stuff going on.
        A parallel to the child sex industry run out of Hollyweird.

        Treason May was a very evil person. A large part of her job in the last 10 years has been ‘blocking things’.
        It is good that bitch never bred and passed on the nasty genes.

        So correction Mr Birdman. There are many protected groups including the ra pe gangs.

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  29. Eric Joyce: Ex-Labour MP admits child sex offence

    Joyce, 59, had a film on a device that “depicts a number of children” with one said to be 12 months old, Ipswich Crown Court heard.

    The former shadow minister was arrested in November 2018.

    He was granted bail and ordered to sign the sex offenders register. He is due to be sentenced on 7 August.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-suffolk-53320424

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  30. A person in an Auckland managed isolation facility was arrested after he allegedly became abusive towards staff at the hotel.

    The 21-year-old man was in managed isolation at a hotel in Mangere when the incident occurred on Monday and police were called, Auckland Police Superintendent Steve Kehoe says.

    “He was taken to the Counties Manukau Police Custody Unit and has been charged with Speaks Threateningly. He was due to appear in Manukau District Court on Tuesday, July 7,” he says.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/07/covid-19-man-arrested-at-auckland-managed-isolation-facility-after-alleged-abusive-incident.html?fbclid=IwAR2PcUKUg-XIU4B-wXhWKWX-Tq82y19NHNVPgt-HIv7Gpvne-Mw8x5uYit4

    charged with Speaks Threateningly.

    Do they make this shit up as they go or is the law so over powering that one cannot say wha one thinks anymore without some woke poor little petal getting their nickers in a twist?

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  31. Attorney General William P. Barr Announces Launch of Operation Legend

    Today, Attorney General William P. Barr announced the launch of Operation Legend, a sustained, systematic and coordinated law enforcement initiative across all federal law enforcement agencies working in conjunction with state and local law enforcement officials to fight the sudden surge of violent crime, beginning in Kansas City, MO.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/attorney-general-william-p-barr-announces-launch-operation-legend

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    • I think they should start with the Democrat party, then the Democrat Governers, Mayors etc…..

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  32. Queen’s letters on Australian PM’s sacking to be released in full

    Queen Elizabeth II’s correspondence on her role in the 1975 sacking of Australian prime minister Gough Whitlam will be released next week, it was announced Thursday, after a lengthy battle to make the documents public.

    The British monarch’s representative in Australia, governor-general John Kerr, sparked a constitutional crisis in 1975 when he dismissed Whitlam, the popular leader of the centre-left Labor party, three years after his election.

    https://news.yahoo.com/queens-letters-australian-pms-sacking-released-full-034330854.html

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