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This weeks Waatea news column – NZ Mainstream media will focus on Maori TV when Journalists leave, but not when their Journalists get arrested by Israel

By   /  June 30, 2015  /  Media Watch, Most Recent Blogs  /  1 Comment

This weeks Waatea news column – NZ Mainstream media will focus on Maori TV when Journalists leave, but not when their Journalists get arrested by Israel

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The creeping privatisation of mail delivery

By   /  June 30, 2015  /  Keith Locke, Most Recent Blogs, Setting The Agenda  /  18 Comments

When I opened up my mailbox yesterday there was a NZ Post leaflet cheerily telling me that “The world is changing, so we’re changing with it.” Good news? Unfortunately not.

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TDB Political Caption Competition

By   /  June 30, 2015  /  Most Recent Blogs, The Daily Gallery  /  10 Comments

TDB Political Caption Competition

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The Daily Blog Open Mic Tuesday 30th June 2015

By   /  June 30, 2015  /  Most Recent Blogs, The Daily Gallery  /  11 Comments

Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.

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GUEST BLOG: Mike Lee – That budget and why I voted for it

By   /  June 30, 2015  /  Guest Blogs + Sponsored Posts, Most Recent Blogs  /  11 Comments

Last Thursday, as I did the previous four years, I voted to support the council budget, or Long Term Plan as it is called. Though this time I confess I was sorely tempted not to.

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A Short History Of German Debt Forgiveness … By Other Nations. Why Not For Greece?

By   /  June 30, 2015  /  Curwen Rolinson, Deconstructing Headlines, Most Recent Blogs  /  34 Comments

An entire Nation of people should not be made to suffer simply for the mistakes of a generation of politicians.

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Poor people – let them eat cake; grow veges; not breed; and other parroted right wing cliches… (part rua)

By   /  June 30, 2015  /  Frank Macskasy, Most Recent Blogs, Setting The Agenda  /  18 Comments

There are six policy reforms which, if carried out, would go a long way to reversing the ingrained poverty caused by forty years of a failed free-market experiment;

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