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Question is: Â if it works efficiently, why not have a few of these running between the Manukau and the Waitemata?
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The unsubstantiated question as a headline. Â The favourite way the media like to smear, because it isn’t a statement of fact.
I’ll give you an example or two
HaveÂ National been shielding senior people among their ranks that have name suppression for behaviour that would end their careers?
Are National hiding someone who caused the loss of money entrusted to him by trying to cover it up?
Was Russel Norman blackmailed into his resignation?
Does Andrew Little know Carmel Sepuloni’s questions to the house were to the benefit of her mother?
That’s how it’s done. Â Read more »
It is bad enough that Craig Foss has gotten himself a new gay ute, but now Simon Bridges wants us to drive cars gayer than Fossy’s gay ute.
I mean seriously? Expensive, over priced, non-Green, electric cars?
The only good news is he doesn’t support subsidies.
Transport and Energy Minister Simon Bridges has officials investigating ways to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles.
But he doesn’t favour incentives or subsidies in what he says is “the most EV-ready country in the world” because of New Zealand’s very high proportion of electricity generated from renewable resources. Â Read more »
Labour MP Carmel Sepuloni’s mother has admitted to benefit fraud charges in the New Plymouth District Court today.
Beverley Anne Sepuloni appeared along with her partner Michael Charles Rangi and was charged with fraud worth almost $100,000, the New Zealand Herald reports.
Sepuloni faced 19 counts of fraud totalling $33, 856 while Rangi was charged with 4 counts totalling $62,351. Read more »