Home Have your say Have Your Say

Have Your Say

Author

Date

Category

Previous articleNo One Gets Out Alive.
Next articleCOVID JAB COVER UP ?

249 COMMENTS

    • Grunter can frig around with demand-side tinkering until the cows come home, but at the end of the day it boils down to number of houses being built, and what it costs to build those houses. The price you’re going to have to pay for an existing house is, to a large extent, driven by the new build cost. For example, if a new build is twice the price of an existing house, no one will buy it. This places upwards pressure on the prices of the limited supple of existing houses, until such time as they’re in the new build ball park. Then new builds start to sell.
      Nz is an extremely expensive place to build, and this lack of timber is going to make it worse. House prices are not coming down any time soon!!
      Poto Williams is in charge tho, so it could all be sorted out soon.

      20

      0

  1. Kea ,It’s not a shortage of wood,nails ,etc it’s a chronic shortage of working brain cells in our administration .Planning ahead for these scenarios is 100% what governments are meant to do especially in a time of crisis and what happens with the NZ government ? nothing ,this is going to be a serious problem for us and it’ll show up in more than just the building industry in the coming months.

    22

    0

    • Well… well….. well she saved us from ‘The Covid’ so that was all that she had to concentrate on, it was bigger than Texas to her tiny brain, saving all the people, she only can think of one thing at a time, so never gave a thought to any other thing that may need planning for….ummmm like keeping the country financially moving ahead, keeping jobs and peoples well being. And then there were the hugs and the be kind that she had to think about. It’s a lot for her tiny brain to comprehend all at once, and the fake be kind hugging and pretending to save us from a fake flue were all her cortex could cope with. I believe we are doomed to a long time of liebour as sadly no one else is able to stand up to her kindness as so many of the people out there think that is the most important.

      18

      0

      • Lizziep ,What is Government for if not to plan for these problems ? the worst thing is that the opposition were saying nothing either.
        As I have said many times We have 120 useless,bludging arseholes down in that greasy big house in Wellington ,they are the problem not the answer.

        16

        2

  2. There’s a big Ponzi scheme going on in the Pacifica Community carried out by pacific Islanders targeting their own people ,,,, any guesses who will in the end be responsible ? yep the White Devils I guarantee it.

    16

    0

  3. Waihī Beach residents gain former PM’s support over apartment developments

    Helen Clark joined 563 other people to sign a petition calling for greater transparency in resource consent applications for new builds at Waihī Beach. Video / George Novak

    UNfortunately the Herald has blocked anyone from reading about the nasty old crow.

    14

    0

    • I guess the old dyke had to find another bunch of people to annoy after concerts have been allowed at Eden park.

      You lost you snarly old bitch, back off!

      The old bitch was PM for 9 years (longer than anyone since Holyoake) so could make rules about transparency.
      Wait, she did esp with Local Govt activity changes under her watch circa 2004.

      You have all these wankers going on about house prices but when developers want to build tidy 4 story 80 unit dwellings in areas of demand the NIMBYs start hollering like a stuck pig.
      I went to one meeting last year and was the only one of more than 70 people who keenly supported development.

      It is not the 1950s anymore

      6

      0

  4. So the pig Ardern has ditched Hosking for a weekly soft ball face to face at TV1’s studio ,FFUUUCCKKK .
    The creature has had cheek implants / collagen filling to fill out her emaciated drawn skeletal face ,what a joke.
    Her interviewer is a cowardly sell out , the absolute opposite to Mike Hosking .

    21

    0

  5. Viking ,I watch occasionally and did so this morning to see if any more was being reported on the health departments security breech talked about on ysb yesterday ,it pays to keep up with whats happening around the place with shit not being talked about on alternative outlets like YSB.

    12

    0

  6. National need to start agitating more. Bishop and Bridges need to start heckling Mallard more when parliament is sitting.
    More Nats need to stand up and walk out of the house when Mallard is babbling. He doesnt deserve any respect.

    22

    0

    • No.
      Notional need their MPs in there to support more stupid and bad law.
      Since the farmers abdicated support for them in droves last year Notional might as well join Labour/Green to stick it to them //

      Notional are not an opposition so might as well ALL go home as this stage; not just a handful.

      Unless they are prepared to be cunning as a shithouse rat and uncover a major scandal on Mallard they are wasting their time.

      You dont win in politics by playing nice.
      The Demonrats in USA teach that every day.

      6

      1

  7. Why does Grant Robertson enable rape in Central Wellington?

    Is the reason that he is denigrating Nicola Willis over her fears, because he finds female rape to be be sexually exciting?

    What a sick fucker is Robertson (and the rest of Labour.)

    18

    0

  8. Well up early and down in NZs arsehole of the south… bluff, i missed my morning turd before i left home so decided to brave it and go bomb a public dunny here. Faaaark the sight that greeted me confirmed that my reasons for avoiding public toilets for over a decade were solid, ill just hold it in for the day 🙁 . The mind boggles as to how fecies can get smeared around walls like that and how women cant get a used tammy in the shitter, fuck being a cleaning contractor for local councils!

    16

    0

  9. Jacindaspeak:

    To be perfectly honest, in my humble opinion, of course without offending anyone who thinks differently from my point of view, but also by looking into this matter in a different perspective and without being condemning of one’s view’s and by trying to make it objectified, and by considering each and every one’s valid opinion, I honestly believe that I completely forgot what I was going to say.

    (Ums & Ahs omitted in the interests of clarity)

    20

    0

  10. More “Free Speech” is shackled by the Universities “respect”.

    Peter Ridd has won & lost cases, with more to come about being fired from a university.
    Ruling judge said the case was “purely and simply about the proper construction of a clause in an enterprise agreement”, although he also stated James Cook University had “not understood the whole concept of intellectual freedom”.

    ….. then insists on a killer proviso — so long as the speech is “respectful”. ….
    ….. “lack of respect” are “legal categories of indeterminate reference … They allow ‘a wide range for variable judgment in interpretation …’ ….

    ….. insisting on respect, making contentious comments becomes like walking along the edge of a cliff on a foggy night.
    You can’t see the edge.
    The only option for an academic is not to say anything remotely contentious. …..

    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/inquirer/in-many-respects-unis-will-smother-academic-freedom/news-story/1b57f0e49df667a22ff23eee79afc9f2

    The little small ways of making unconditional “Free Speech” into bound “conditional” free speech.

    Replacing “respect” with “tolerance” but who guides what is to “buried” in the name of tolerance
    The paradox of tolerance states that if a society is tolerant without limit, its ability to be tolerant is eventually seized or destroyed by the intolerant. Karl Popper ..

    From a comment and if the time, to peruse the comments.
    “All tyrants seek to be judge, jury and executioner.”
    Certainly helps their highly paid controlling egos. 🙁

    12

    0

  11. RNZ has learned of times constables have refused to attend callouts, such is the fear of jobs turning out badly. File photo Photo: RNZ / Richard Tindiller.

    Frontline police officers are increasingly fearful of being attacked or shot on the job and some have refused to go to high-risk callouts, its been revealed.

    As a result most frontline constables will get an extra week of training this year to help them cope with the increasing risks.

    The Frontline Skills Enhancement Course will also help make use of the mothballed Police Training College in Porirua, which is not processing new recruits for the time being.

    The course will take 1200 constables with at least two years’ experience, aiming to improve their tactical and operational skills.

    Police say it comes following feedback from staff, specifically around the needs for practical firearms training, tactical communications training, and even first aid.

    Police assistant commissioner Tusha Penny says the course is part of the police’s Frontline Safety Improvement Programme, set up by Commissioner Andrew Coster last year.

    “One of the key reasons to do this as well is to make sure that we stop, reflect and go, where to next year and beyond for our frontline training,” Penny says.

    “A really big component of this is listening to our people who are on the street every shift to ensure that our training is aligned with our operational requirements.”
    more at;
    https://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/265315-some-frontline-police-refusing-highrisk-callouts.html

    14

    0

    • This is what you get with a dumbing down of entry criteria to enter the police. They’ve greatly reduced the physical size criteria and increased the number of female recruits (who are generally smaller). Given the reduction in personal standards in society, treatment of criminals as “victms” and removal of a hard nosed approached to violent offenders what do they expect?

      17

      0

      • Surely the police would have a good idea of what pushes the crims’ buttons, and would know that any sign of weakness would be exploited by bad people. I assume that the advice of the senior police was overruled by the bureaucrats who have the ultimate say in the way policing is conducted in this country.

        Remember: A violent, crime-ridden society is a wonderful excuse for ever-increasing authoritarian control of the general population. Who can disagree with the need for “greater public safety”?

        13

        0

        • O-Sen says
          ‘Surely the police would have a good idea of what pushes the crims’ buttons, ‘

          What decade are you referring to?

          Not the current mob.
          They went all digital 2 decades ago and lost touch.
          They have hidden in cars for years and in recent years have taken to picking on good citizens with ‘bad thoughts; because these are an easier mark for bullies than dealing with real criminals.

          8

          0

    • Oh wow, that takes the cake. And silly me I thought police were there for the reason….. to ensure the safety of the community and are now too frightened to go to call outs. Bloody hell this country is falling into the deepest abyss, we will be hard pressed to ever get out of it. WTF?

      20

      0

    • ““A really big component of this is listening to our people who are on the street every shift to ensure that our training is aligned with our operational requirements.”

      This begs the question: are the police in control of their “operational requirements”? Or are their “operational requirements” set outside the police department?

      7

      0

    • When did they mothball the Porirua cop nursery?

      I dont read much NZ gnews.

      I thought they were actively recruiting ‘non white males’ until there is enough of the ‘others’
      which could be never.

      5

      0

  12. Covid 19 coronavirus: Fake foreign virus test results highlight pre-departure testing flaws, say experts
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12431719

    “People holding New Zealander passports are reportedly being offered fake negative Covid-19 test result certificates in a bid to comply with the Government’s pre-departure testing regime.

    There. Fixed it for you, Mr. Herald.

    Would a “real Kiwi” buy a fake negative Covid-19 test result certificate? I don’t think that this is the New Zealand way (that most of you would be familiar with). Are such people worthy of the title “New Zealander”?

    Yes, I am aware that legally they are New Zealanders, but are they New Zealanders in spirit? Which brings us back, once again, to the question of “What is a New Zealander?”

    13

    0

  13. Why are there macrons in the Maori language? It didn’t even exist as a written language until European times and those filthy colonials that taught them how to read and write used a language that has no macrons. So, how did it happen, and does using more macrons make you more woke and virtuous?

    14

    0

  14. Warning, contains head nodding.

    Government has no plans to review investor tax rule changes – Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/government-has-no-plans-to-review-investor-tax-rule-changes-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern.html

    She said the Government wanted to pull back the increasing proportion of the property market that belonged to investors.

    Also the Cook Island travel
    Why hospital ED’s are overrun
    Why Mallard still retains his position as Speaker

    9

    0

  15. New police patrol cars unveiled
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/03/new-police-patrol-cars-unveiled.html

    “The Škoda Superb provides a safer, more comfortable environment for them while being value for money and reducing our carbon emissions across the fleet.”

    The new vehicles have several prototype features including a perspex divider, live location feed, and an enhanced rear safe for storing tactical equipment.

    10

    0

  16. Every day I read an article about the US and think they must have reached rock bottom now with crazy far left ideas and then I’m proved wrong within a day or so.
    Look at the reaction by CNN and the DC major to the murder of a Uber eats driver in DC in recent days.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/03/cnn-refers-two-black-teen-girls-murdering-uber-eats-driver-dc-accident/

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/03/far-left-dc-mayor-muriel-bowser-blames-victim-car-jacking-brutal-murder-teenage-girls/

    I know the US is not the only country experiencing this decay of societal standards ( I’m trying to be polite with those words) but I’m at loss to work out what will stop the rot.

    10

    0

    • Filthy CNN says
      ‘Police said the girls, 13 and 15, assaulted an Uber Eats driver with a Taser while carjacking him, which led to an accident in which he was fatally injured’

      Some good pushbackl
      a tweet:
      Two black girls murder Pakistani man after carjacking him. Now it’s fixed. Race is only mentioned if the perp is white and victim is a person of color. Races of perps and victims are not mentioned when they don’t fit the narrative.

      or
      @AnthonyBialy
      Two plane accidents in Lower Manhattan led to 3,000 fatal injuries
      or
      John Stephen Walsh @jswriter65
      President Kennedy’s accidental collision with a small metal object proved fatal…

      RT quite rightly stomping on CNN
      https://www.rt.com/usa/519414-cnn-carjacking-death-accident/

      The victim, who died during the carjacking attempt, was identified as Mohammad Anwar, 66, an immigrant from Pakistan, who was working as an Uber Eats delivery man.
      So, two local bleck girls trump a 66 year old middle eastern moozlem.
      = CNN Hierarchy.

      10

      0

  17. Big mess in (SE) Queensland.

    Snap three day lockdown in Brisbane

    Creating the fear

    • 4 new locally acquired
    • 6 overseas acquired
    • 73 active cases
    • 1,456 total cases
    • 2,147,661 tests conducted
    Sadly, six Queenslanders with COVID-19 have died. 1,343 patients have recovered.

    -Greater Brisbane will go into a three-day lockdown and restrictions will come into place across Queensland after cases of COVID-19 transmission were detected in the community.

    -From 5pm today, residents in the local government areas of Brisbane, Ipswich, Moreton Bay, Logan and Redlands can only leave home for one of these four reasons:
    1. To buy essentials such as groceries or medications
    2. Work or study if you can’t do either from home
    3. Exercise in your local area
    4. Healthcare or to provide help, care or support

    -For the rest of Queensland, masks should be worn while indoors except at home and private gatherings are restricted to 30 people.
    -Aged care, correctional centres, hospitals and disability service providers will close to visitors across the state.
    —————
    So,
    just before Easter which my NSW contacts were telling me would happen.
    They just have stopped booking as Pałaszczuk is a power crazy nutter equal to Commie Dan
    I wonder if it is time for Anna Pałaszczuk to ‘slip in the shower’ ?

    The QLD govt got caught out lying.
    They said the one case had a party for 25 people when was told self isolate.
    He has pushed back and said he did self isolate the the Govt people were using party he declared that he had weeks ago as a reason to create fear and panic.

    Looks like Govt dont like truth.
    where have we heard that before?

    So the question remains, will the emaciated hand waving loony do the same to Auckland on Wednesday evening or will she wait for the hated Anzac to shut down.

    11

    0

  18. Naughty weather.

    Nearly 1000 evacuated, at least 5 injured as massive blaze ravages Indonesian oil refinery (VIDEOS)

    While it’s unclear what might have triggered the fire, a witness, cited by Indonesia’ Republica daily, said that the area was rocked by the bolts of lightning and thunder before he heard what he described “a sound of an explosion” from the refinery.

    https://www.rt.com/news/519442-indonedia-oil-refinery-fire/

    7

    0

  19. So Labour are taking away landlords’ ability to claim legitimate business expenses with the removal of interest deductibility. Now it seems it’s likely that they’re also going to prevent the landlords’ ability to increase their revenue, in order to keep their businesses viable. Many landlords will have to quit their properties, and in the case of many young investors, they will also be caught in the bright line test.
    Apart from the damage Labour are doing to the sector, they will obviously have no plan on how to house all the ex-renters. These people will get added to the state house list. Currently 23,000. My bet is 30,000 before Xmas.

    Rent caps ‘almost inevitable’, property manager says

    8

    0

    • …..”on how to house all the ex-renters. These people will get added to the state house list. Currently 23,000″…..

      I’m somewhat sympathetic to landlords who have had the rules change on them midstream but I can’t see where you’re coming from. The houses will not remain empty regardless of who owns them. If first home owners buy some of them then obviously they will vacate the accommodation that they currently rent. The rentals sold are not being taken out of the pool.

      I see it as a huge game of musical chairs that is not going to make an iota of difference to total house numbers.

      10

      0

    • Just sent an email letter to Robbers son

      grant.robertson@parliament.govt.nz

      Mr. Grant Robertson
      Minister of Finance
      NZ Government
      Parliament Buildings
      Wellington, NZ.

      Sir
      I see you are looking at imposing rent controls like the former National Prime Minister did in the 1980s.

      Your Labour party severely criticised this and after 1984 took severe measures to make large changes.
      The people of New Zealand suffered greatly during this rapid forced change that was not campaigned on, but we were told it was for long term benefit.

      Now you intend to revert to the methods used by Sir Robert David Muldoon in the 1970s and 1980s pre 1984.

      Does this mean Muldoon was correct all along and Labour Party reforms under the Lange Fourth Labour Government were incorrect and injudicious?

      I see you have already copied his methods post 1975 in that, when in trouble, borrow, despite not seeing a way to pay back the debt except for encouraging high inflation to reduce debt in real terms.

      How many Sir Robert D. Muldoon Policies do you intent to re-implement if you do not mind my asking?

      yours…

      Feel free to send your own email
      costs nothing.

      copy in your local or nearby MP

      2

      0

  20. Ice age farmer.

    The UN’s plans for a NET ZERO carbon future include shutting down all shipping. To achieve that, they must cause a SIGNIFICANT PROBLEM, get a REACTION, and then propose that SOLUTION: ending shipping in favor of a “new” supply chain.

    THAT is the bottom line of this “false flag” attack in the Suez Canal.

    Indeed there are already calls across major media for “rethinking the supply chain in light of the Suez situation.” Of course! That is the goal!

    https://www.iceagefarmer.com/2021/03/25/suez-canal-blocked-a-worst-case-scenario-for-global-trade/

    11

    0

  21. Just when you thought the climate police were winning, comes this little update:
    China generated 53% of the world’s total coal-fired power in 2020, nine percentage points more that five years earlier, despite climate pledges and the building of hundreds of renewable energy plants…
    https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/china-coal-study-renewable-energy/2021/03/28/id/1015508/

    Despite some ‘fine’ words about future intentions, I don’t think we will see China reducing its fossil fuel generation any time soon.

    10

    0

      • Pretty much every ‘leader’ in the Western world has done that in the last year and actively partaken in crashing their economies; then lying about it;
        eg G. Robbers son ‘no reset’

        This is treason
        Why are we not talking about that instead of being distracted by China ?

        I have no problem with a Government that works in the best interests of its people and economy.
        Esp. ones that say F.U. to global warming tax liars.

        I do have problem with treasonous pricks; locally.

        China did not commit treason on their people by not allowing open coal mines nor shutting down readily accessible gas; nor telling homes and restaurants, and Fonterra who just converted, that Gas is bad.
        Then imports coal to run Huntly P.S.
        NZ did and we were signed up to stupid ‘treaties’

        Notional committed NZ to 10 years of $1.4 BILLION are year to Paris climate accord.
        Trump pulled USA out.
        Notional supported the ‘Zero Carbon ‘ shit in 2019. despite lying and saying they did not.
        They lied.
        Not China.
        Notional !

        That is who to get mad at.
        Local poli cunts.

        2

        0

    • GoodI am glad China is not reducing coal consumption. Soemone has to ensure the atmosphere has enough CO2 to sustain green life as the idiots in the West are dead set aginst destroying our atmosphere….

      7

      0

  22. Just to remind people and some who don’t know, 1.1 million tons of coal was imported from Indonesia to run Huntly last year.
    That’s more than 2017/ 2018 combined.
    When 3 pies was asked why, she said production of gas was down and we had a dry year..?
    Isn’t her fucking problem why gas production is down, and why aren’t we using our own coal…..?
    Maybe our coal mines that are still operational told her to get fucked !~

    14

    0

  23. I think landlords need to take a page out of oabours book.

    Dont raise rents 1cent, but do add several levies and taxes 🙂 id be a cheeky cunt and rent the house at x per week and then rent the land the house sits on for another x per week.

    There will be ways to get around any retarded rent caps these fuckwits are likely to bring in.
    Or even better, co ordinate and have 10k rentals get listed (at a rediculous price so they dont sell or make cindy look mire stoopid) and have 10k eviction notices issued and watch the oabic ensue.

    Im not a landlord but i cant stand the constant bashing this govt gives to them and farmers, if rent caps come in i want to see pitchforks and flaming torches outside cindy and robbos houses it wouldbe fucking halarious and well deserved

    11

    0

  24. WHAT’S GOING ON? Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Reportedly Sold a Massive $19 Billion Worth of Shares in Chinese Tech and US Media Companies

    A massive sale of nearly $20 billion in stocks by Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley on Friday are causing market gurus to scratch their heads.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/03/going-goldman-sachs-morgan-stanley-reportedly-sold-massive-19-billion-worth-shares-chinese-tech-us-media-companies/

    7

    0

    • It sounds and looks like it is free. 🙂

      ….. no immediate clarity on the crucial question of when traffic in the canal will restart.
      The ship has a damaged hull and
      it’s not clear how soon it will be able to clear the way for other vessels to pass …..

      https://gcaptain.com/mv-ever-given-partially-refloated-in-suez-ship-still-blocking-canal/

      With the number of tugs around it, the number of salvage operators, one would think it will soon be towed of to a “lay by”.

      Though careful as there will be no ballast, and the damm thing looks top heavy.
      Just how strained and stress is the hull remains to be seen.
      The damaged hull should be able to be sealed off with water tight doors, so long as no real buckling in key parts has happened.
      Probably anticipated so pumps should be on the go, and other “band aid” stoppers used.
      After all this not an “open sea” with swell & wave action.

      Well done, and soon to a lay-by area.
      Just do not turn turtle.

      8

      0

  25. Green MP Ricardo Menéndez March felt ‘uncomfortable’ listening to Jacinda Ardern’s ‘excuses’ for not raising benefits
    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2021/03/green-mp-ricardo-men-ndez-march-felt-uncomfortable-listening-to-jacinda-ardern-s-excuses-for-not-raising-benefits.html

    This Thursday, April 1, will see a range of Government policies come into force aimed at helping address income inadequacy, including the minimum wage jumping up to $20 per hour.

    Benefit levels and superannuation rates will increase by 3.1 percent for over a million New Zealanders thanks to welfare payments being indexed to wage growth which will see rates increase by up to $16.16 a week.

    Foreshadowing the upcoming changes, Ardern said with the inclusion of the $5 billion Families Package, around 111,000 beneficiary families with children are now $118 on average better off per week.

    That figure rises to $150 per week during the winter period, because of the winter energy payment: $40 a week for eligible singles and $63 for couples and those with dependent children, paid out from May to October.

    9

    0

  26. Hmm, I suspect it may be a 14yr old….. Ice Cream? Not if you are a Biden…..

    Would have been better if he had given up someting else, like supporting Abortion.

    #notmyCatholic…

    “A reporter questioned President Joe Biden about what he gave up for Lent as he returned to Washington, DC, Sunday evening.

    Biden spoke briefly to reporters as he prepared to board Air Force One for his short flight back to the White House.

    The exchange between Biden and the reporter below:

    Q: Mr. President, what have you given up for Lent?

    THE PRESIDENT: I gave up all sweets for Lent. You have no idea how hard it is for me.

    Q: What’s the first sweet you’re looking forward to having when it’s over?

    THE PRESIDENT: Ice cream.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/03/28/media-joe-biden-first-sweet-eat-lent/

    8

    0

    • …..”they took a bath every Saturday”…..

      Heresy for an Englishman. The second most smelly bastard I’ve ever met in my life was the yard union delegate at the carrying firm I worked for. Legend had it that he stored coal in the bath in his State House.

      Didn’t change his clothes much either. I reckon you would have had to scrape the workshy arsehole’s singlet off him. 🙂

      7

      0

  27. High Court hands down ruling (Britain):
    “Police cannot demand your name and address if you’ve done nothing wrong”.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ij4kRNssPgc
    Police Broke Law 👮‍♂️ SHARE THIS MASSIVE STORY 😳 High Court Rule Demanding Our Name & Address 🚫

    Alex Belfield – THE VOICE OF REASON

    This is massive! For months I’ve been saying that the way the police have been behaving is unacceptable and not within the law. The High Court agrees!

    7

    0

    • Good, they broke that part of the system and exposed it.

      This is the gazette and the case referred to in that video.
      https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/covid-regulations-accused-had-right-of-silence/5107550.article

      However one swallow does not make a summer, and government can create legislation to head us off at the pass, whilst we seek liberty.

      I wonder if the error by the police was in the choice of using that law, and there may have been other ways of enforcing other laws.

      Find your way down through the comments, and realize as one said.
      This was a ruling on a botched prosecution following a botched arrest. As has been said earlier, Neale could and arguably should have been arrested under s.24 of PACE. [Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984]….
      and another one said further on down :-
      The arrogance and stupidity of the police in this case is very much on a par with the posing fools on Merseyside who stated that being offensive is, of itself and without more, a criminal offence.

      Good information & points here, and showing how this case worked its way through the judicial system from the Defence lawyers.

      However, if there are reasonable grounds for suspecting an offence (including an offence under the Regulations) the police may arrest someone if it is necessary to do so in order to ascertain the person’s name and address (or for the other reasons set out in section 24 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984).
      Members of the public who refuse to give their details to an officer seeking to issue an FPN should be aware they may risk arrest by doing so.

      https://www.bindmans.com/news/neale-v-dpp-the-right-to-silence-citizens-duties-and-coronavirus-regulations

      So sad to note, the Police will wise up and have to look at just what laws they can use.

      I first thought here in NZ we may be able to drive a bus through the system too.,,, but then again, I am just a “bush lawyer” and always figures, it is worth questioning. 🙂

      3

      0

  28. Just an example of how CCP stirs other countries.

    The cases of sexual crimes happened in the Australian parliament are shocking!
    This relates to the protection of women’s human rights.
    Australia should accept unrestricted international investigations into those cases.

    12:04 PM · Mar 25, 2021
    CGChinaLiYang
    Cônsul-Geral da China no Rio de Janeiro

    Classic CCP push to create dissension not only locally but to bring pressure up in the “international arena” and push laws, human rights, regulations etc..

    Also to see the connection in the way of setting agenda for the “anti-Asian racist” concept in last weekends protest in Auckland New Zealand.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/hundreds-march-against-anti-asian-racism-in-auckland/STVCLNSI55ONL6HLUAN3XD73WM/

    3

    0

Recent posts

How True

For the first time in human history, we can transmit a disease we don’t have…. to those who are immunized against it. Sharri Markson, Liam...

Stealing High-paid Jobs

How white Aussies who pretend to be Aboriginal are taking over universities and stealing high-paid jobs meant for real Indigenous Australians. By Stephen Gibbs. Aboriginal academic Victoria...

Covid ‘Vaccines’ Don’t Work

CDC Admits Covid ‘Vaccines’ Don’t Work By J.D. Rucker  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is caught between a rock and a hard place when...

Recent comments

rightoverlabour on Have Your Say
Eurokiwi on Have Your Say
Curious on Have Your Say
Editor on Have Your Say
Sooty on Have Your Say
Eurokiwi on Have Your Say
Curious on Have Your Say
howitis on Have Your Say

The way we all feel about this useless government

Hamilton
overcast clouds
9.3 ° C
11.7 °
8.1 °
94 %
1.3kmh
100 %
Mon
10 °
Tue
13 °
Wed
13 °
Thu
12 °
Fri
13 °
NZD - New Zealand Dollar
USD
1.4338
EUR
1.7030
AUD
1.0561
CAD
1.1501
GBP
1.9918
JPY
0.0131
CNY
0.2219
INR
0.0193