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Browning to resign...

Maybe the title indicates wishful thinking on my part.

But…given that the homeopathy industry is shafting people out of millions of dollars every year by using pseudoscience and pharmafear, Mr Browning’s belief that what is essentially witchcraft could stop the spread of Is telling. 112 more words

NZ Politics

Rawshark is...

Coming to slightlyleftofcentre.co.nz is the identity of the hacker known as Rawshark.

Time and date of the big reveal to be announced in due course.

Check back for updates.

NZ Politics

Chris Hipkins on the election result and Labour's future

Chris Hipkins, MP for Rimutaka and Labour’s Chief Whip, gave a speech in today’s Address In Reply – he congratulated National on an election win that gave them a clear mandate, he acknowledged Labour’s poor result and some of their poor efforts over the past few years, and he detailed what he thought Labour needed to be and needed to do do. 1,989 more words

Labour

Police Failure Unacceptable

Police Failure to Prosecute a Disgrace    

The Failure of the New Zealand Police to find enough evidence to prosecute anyone in relation to the Roastbusters case is the final act in an appalling failure stretching all the way to the top of the Police. 98 more words

NZ Politics

Pay Discrimination Disgusting

My daughter deserves the same amount of pocket money as your son.

When you look at pay equality, it really is this simple.

If you and I agree that the value of taking the rubbish up to the street is $1 then the pay for completing that task is a dollar, right? 177 more words

NZ Politics

Air shot #3 - Peters versus Key

Winston Peters was the third in line to take a swipe at John Key over “Dirty Politics” yesterday and he was the third to miss the mark. 922 more words

John Key

Air shot #2 - King versus Key

Annette King was the second to try and hit John Key over “Dirty Politics” in Parliament yesterday but she also missed the mark.

King is currently Labour’s interim deputy leader and is acting leader in the House. 1,054 more words

John Key