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Spitting out pieces of their broken luck — Your NZ

Like a number of party activists on blogs Anthony Robins has been busy at The Standard over the last couple of weeks trying to promote Labour’s chances of getting into government, and trying to trash National.

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Spitting out pieces of their broken luck

Like a number of party activists on blogs Anthony Robins has been busy at The Standard over the last couple of weeks trying to promote Labour’s chances of getting into government, and trying to trash National. 660 more words

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Understanding the power and purpose of Prayer

Guest post by Edward Hire who facilitated a workshop dubbed ‘understanding the power and purpose of prayer.”

Prayer! All religions have it, many people practice it, but few understand it. 1,318 more words

BC Energy Step Code - Quick Intro - Marken Passive House Canada

The BC Energy Step Code is a provincial standard enacted in April 2017 (and voluntary till December 15 2017) that provides an incremental and consistent approach to achieving more energy-efficient buildings that go beyond the requirements of the base BC Building Code. 281 more words

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The Mill Village Company Store

When new mill workers left their homes in the Appalachian mountains. they brought little. A farm wagon carried both the family and their household goods. The mills provided houses to rent, schools for the children, sometimes a rec hall, and a company store. 730 more words

Let’s go back just over a decade to take a peek at Comrade Jacinda — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

What was New Zealand’s possible future Prime Minister, Comrade Jacinda doing eleven years ago? Let’s take a trip down memory lane to a blog post on The Standard that has a fascinating tale to tell.

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Blog responses to CB poll

It’s interesting to see blog responses to polls. With some it depends very much on the results.

Last night a Colmar Brunton poll showed a significant swing for National and against Labour. 475 more words

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