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It could be worth keeping an eye on the Conservatives

It might be nice to daydream about a world in which we never have to listen to Colin Craig opine about the promiscuity of Kiwi women or threatening The Civilian with legal action ever again. 347 more words


Hooton- Slow week for news so I'll just bash Colin Craig

Matthew Hooton likes to think of himself as a right winger and I suppose considering the narrowness of the NZ political spectrum he’s reasonably correct. In the US he’d probably attract the label of Liberal. 597 more words

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Stantec study latest document showing fire halls mismanagement: Coun. Jenny Gerbasi

The traffic concerns raised in the Stantec study released Tuesday is the latest controversy in the fire halls saga — a file that, according to Coun. 277 more words


Calgary doctor rings up nearly $17,000 on AHS cellphone in a single month

A Calgary cancer doctor appears to have repeatedly rung up massive charges on his taxpayer-funded cellphone — including $16,795 in a single month — because of what the provincial health authority says were inadequate policies to control costs. 534 more words


Marsden: It's a good thing Prentice wasn't chairman of AHS

Premier Jim Prentice has an impressive resume, when you consider his work in federal cabinet, where he helmed the Indian affairs, industry and environment portfolios — to say nothing of his stint as vice-chairman of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. 643 more words

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Peters for Northland? Not likely.

Last week, the NZ Herald reported that Winston Peters was considering contesting the Northland electorate by-election, following the resignation of National’s Mike Sabin:

Speaking from Te Tii Marae at Waitangi today, Mr Peters claimed he had been inundated with calls asking if he would put his name forward for the position.

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Lakritz: The last thing we need is another Ralph

 The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has started a campaign featuring a photo of Ralph Klein and the message: “Dear Premier Prentice, Be Like Ralph!”

 This leaves me no choice but to start my own campaign. 636 more words