Whatever the outcome, it needs to be forced or seized in the next 24 hours. 3 damaging polls in a row demands action or it will become a self-fulfilling prophecy. The truth is that National are sinking and running out of political allies. Labour-Green-NZ First could still be the next Government.Read More →
BREAKING: Before The Flood: Political Ruminations on Labour’s Fate While Waiting For Tonight’s TV3-Reid Research Poll
TONIGHT’S REID RESEARCH POLL promises to be a shocker. Such a shocker that, like Santa Claus in the Christmas song, the journalists at TV3 are making a list of the awful numbers – and checking them twice. If the results of last night’s One News Colmar Brunton (ONCB) poll are confirmed, then Andrew Little’s future can only be described as bleak.Read More →
GUEST BLOG: Willie Jackson – If you ever thought that the Māori Party were not going to join National, then think again.
Here, the Minister of Māori Development makes a clear pitch for a Māori Party-National Government. So don’t believe the nonsense that they are interested in doing a deal with us. They want to do a deal with National despite all the terrible statistics that we see with Māori at the moment.Read More →
Dear Andrew Little – Less ‘Bugger the Polls & more ‘Buggered by the Polls’ – (I hate to agree with Hooton)
Andrew Little has 24 hours to find his mojo. Clean sweep his advisors and bring in an aggressive new team to ram home that there can be no change of Government without Labour, or fall on his sword.Read More →
The 3 big take aways from the latest TVNZ Poll areRead More →
The media bias against Labour is truly extraordinary isn’t it?Read More →
The jump in Green vote is a slap in the face to every white angry rich male broadcaster who spat venom at Metiria
The Green surge has blunted NZ First, if Metiria can rally that missing million vote, the Greens are in for the greatest result in their history.Read More →
Labour have to ram home the reality and truth that there can be no change of Government without them. Voters are wanting change, Labour have forgotten to remind everyone that they are the essential ingredient that is necessary for that change.Read More →
My question here is why is the theft of employer-owned property (the avocados) treated so differently to the theft of wages from workers? Why can stealing avocadoes get you a prison sentence of up to 10 years but stealing wages from workers gets barely a slap on the wrist?Read More →
Is the BNZ comfortable sponsoring a hard right broadcaster pushing a hate campaign against beneficiaries?
Are all those animated piggy banks in BNZs TV advert secretly all neofascist thugs who bash the poor and disenfranchised at night when no ones looking?Read More →
Is the BNZ, the Bank of NZ, the bank who sold us on little animated piggy banks who escape for a holiday – is that bank comfortable with a hard right broadcaster pushing a hate campaign against beneficiaries?
Really?Read More →
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Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.Read More →
Billboards highlighting the fact that most New Zealanders want an inquiry into the public mental health system have sprung up overnight in the Health Minister’s Northcote electorate. Community campaign group ActionStation have claimed credit for the covert action after Health Minister Jonathan Coleman dismissed the recommendations from The People’s Mental Health Review which the group […]Read More →
Forest & Bird says evidence of corporate welfare and dirty deals is mounting up as the Government’s sale of Stockton coal mine progresses. “This sale is a terrible deal – for the environment, and for taxpayers,” says Forest & Bird’s Chief Executive Kevin Hague. Last week the Overseas Investment Office approved BT Mining’s purchase of […]Read More →
“Watershed” indigenous rights case could set precedent for blocking NZ oil exploration A David vs Goliath court case in Canada that has seen an indigenous community triumph in the country’s highest court to block oil exploration could have a ripple effect in New Zealand. Greenpeace campaigner, Mike Smith (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kahu), says the unanimous decision […]Read More →