A Shaw-Genter ticket would constitute a re-branding exercise with a vengeance. Tellegenic, articulate, non-threatening and business-friendly, Shaw and Genter would signal in a way no other pairing could hope to replicate that the Greens are ready to take their place at the Cabinet Table – regardless of who holds the lease.Read More →
The allegations are serious and now the attempt at containment by National to dodge what they knew when they knew and how they knew begins.Read More →
This weeks Waatea news column – Key’s state house privatisation vs Little’s Jobs. Jobs. JobsRead More →
Russel has done much to rid the party of its fringe tag and made the Party a central pillar of the political progressive movement. His mind on economics is the strength the Party needs.Read More →
The sleepy hobbits love John. “He’s one of us” they cry. “From a State House and did good, because NZ is good” they sing.
Is he?Read More →
This summer has been very hot and many companies simply haven’t had air conditioning systems up to scratch. Several stores at different companies have taken direct action to resolve the situation when working in the heat became simply unbearable.Read More →
Catton was of course half right. She declared that we had “neoliberal, profit-obsessed, very shallow, very money-hungry politicians”. That’s true, but these “neoliberal, profit-obsessed, very shallow, very money-hungry politicians” were elected by neoliberal, profit-obsessed, very shallow, very money-hungry voters.Read More →