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Morgan is a tool

Gareth Morgan’s political party wants a reset of democracy including significant changes to New Zealand’s parliament. The latest policy from The Opportunities Party calls for a written constitution and the reintroduction of an Upper House, which was abolished in 1953.

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NZ Opportunities Party

Morgan party candidate is a Morgan employee

Gareth Morgan has announced that their candidate for the Mt Albert by-election is a Wellington based staff member of the Morgan Foundation – Geoff Simmons. On the plus side, will hopefully mean a focus on policy which is a good thing.

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NZ Opportunities Party

Morgan wants to sell TVNZ

Stuff reports: Gareth Morgan wants to sell off TVNZ and use the money raised to pay for better public broadcasting in New Zealand. The founder of The Opportunities Party said Kiwis deserve a quality service that is free from what he called the corporate agenda currently driving the state-owned television broadcaster.

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NZ Opportunities Party

RNZ Needs A Secure Future!

Radio New Zealand is our public service broadcaster. It does a fine job of providing us with high-quality news and current affairs. When people hear about the funding freeze, a lot of them ask me “is it because people aren’t listening to RNZ ?” Well,  people are according to its 2015-2016 annual report. 502 more words

TOP to stand in Mt Albert

Despite Gareth Morgan saying his The Opportunity Party would be list nly and would not contest electorates, yesterday he announced that his chief of staff Geoff Simmons will contest the Mt Albert by-election. 294 more words

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The Opportunities Party to run for Mt Albert. 

While we are still nascent and so far have only announced 3 of our 7 policy priorities, let alone socialised them with the public, yet another forced by-election gives us the opportunity to do the right thing by the people of Mt Albert. 90 more words

NZ Politics

TOP heading for the bottom?

Is Gareth Morgan’s taking his TOP party campaign to the bottom of the political muck heap?

This morning I thought i would ignore his taunts directed at Winston Peters at Ratana and look at what new policy had been announced. 183 more words

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