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Church at Putiki, Whanganui

Just back from Europe, mainly France after a 35 year absence. So much improvement in access to and presentation of art in public spaces and museums (many of which didn’t exist back then – the Guggenheim Bilbao, Tate Modern, Neue Pinakothek, Musee D’Orsay, Pompidou Centre, Foundation Van Gogh in Arles for examples). 212 more words


VALUE YOUR VOTE 2017: Sex Education In Schools — Family First NZ

Parents have been horrified at groups coming in to schools and undermining the role and values of parents with sex education resources targeted at children as young as five which fail to take into account the emotional and physical development of each child and the values of the family.

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Leighton Baker wrapping up with 48 hours to go! — Conservative Party NZ

by Leighton Baker, Conservative Party NZ leader. Leighton talks about what we must all consider now with 48 hours to go to the election. Leighton quotes Martin Luther King Jnr on what we need to think about in who to vote for, supporting our own convictions and values.

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by Conservative Party NZ. We have received so much support from voters wishing to join up with us to help make New Zealand a better country.

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Three Reasons the Housing Shortage Won’t get Sorted Soon — Conservative Party NZ

by Leighton Baker. Builder, Construction Company CEO and Conservative Party Leader, says, “There are three reasons why the housing shortage won’t get settled any time soon.

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How soon will we know the election result? — Your NZ

Due to large numbers of advance votes, which will be counted during the day tomorrow and will presumably be released soon after voting closes, we may get a good idea of the likely outcome soon after after 7 pm Saturday night.

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Newshub final poll: Nats and Labour slide, Winston is still Kingmaker — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

The last major poll before the election is out and all polls are now in alignment. The Newshub/Reid Research poll shows Labour and the Nats sliding back as predicted, with Winston Peters growing.

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