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Wellington barman claims John Key “pulled my willy”

Fresh allegations have emerged concerning Prime Minister John Key’s treatment of hospitality workers.

A Wellington barman, Sebastian Ngata, came forward early yesterday morning with a detailed account of an alleged incident that occurred in Molesworth Street’s Backbencher Pub. 420 more words

Letter to Andrew Little and the Labour Party

Dear Andrew,

Christchurch Earthquake 2010-2012 – Bipartisan agreement.

Firstly, may I belatedly congratulate you on your election to leader of the Labour Party which has of course raised new hope amongst the affected population here is Christchurch.  499 more words

Quote of the day

. . . Tonight’s poll basically has no change in the party vote from February. The one area where there was significant change was Preferred PM. 51 more words

Politics

Auckland housing- Labour and ACT both ignore elephant in room

Progressives have a strategy of labeling anything that makes them uncomfortable politically by a dismissive or pejorative term. For example, if you have a view that challenges the current progressive orthodoxy that NZ needs “diversity”, and that multi-culturalism brings “vibrancy”, you’re labeled racist and or xenophobic. 457 more words

NZ Politics

Bridges too far?

Did Simon Bridges got to far in seeking cost details on Northland bridges?

Mr Bridges’ office asked the NZ Transport Agency for information on the bridges and estimated costs of upgrading them prior to the byelection announcement that National would upgrade 10 one-way bridges.

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Lego Brings America's Most Famous Buildings To Colorado

LONE TREE, Colo. (CBS4)– The LEGO Americana Roadshow is bringing some of America’s most famous buildings and landmarks to Colorado– all made from LEGOs. The “Building Across America” exhibit is at the Park Meadows Mall. 134 more words

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A Little overshadowed in Parliament

Andrew Little has looked subdued and perhaps uncomfortable in Parliament this week. He is operating in the shadow of Winston Peters, who is at his best/worst at stirring up the House. 992 more words

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