There will be one moment of mismanagement by Bill English this election that will be studied and debated in the future. That moment is neither Todd Barclay’s alleged workplace bullying nor the leaks of Winston Peters’ superannuation over-payment. That moment was captured in his Radio New Zealand interview on 28 August 2017; when he was… Read More Bill English fiddles whilst the world burns: our Prime Climate Change Denier
So Bill finally came through on his “wait and see” with an announcement that the age of entitlement will be raised from 65 to 67 years in 2040. After which various political parties lost their collective rag either because it wasn’t high enough or soon enough, or more commonly because Bill wasn’t thinking of the… Read More Why not talk to us, we’ll still be here in 2040: raising the entitlement age for Super
Do you ever have dinner guests that arrive at the worst possible time? Ones that you can’t or shouldn’t refuse, but you know it is not going to be a life giving event. How do you suck it up and get through? More importantly, how do you make sure everyone else in your house behaves… Read More Sympathy for Te Tii. And a little for Winston.
We are now officially in election year. In under 307 days, we will have a new government. Or not. We may have the same government. Our freshly minted Prime Minister, made out of retreaded National party leader Bill English, will be leading his party to what he hopes is a fourth term of a National-led… Read More Crystal Ball Gazing: election predictions at the start of 2017
With the Paris Climate Change Conference beginning today and the public memorial service for Jonah Lomu, you may have missed the news that “tens of thousands” of investors who bought shares in the sell off of Genesis and Meridian Energy in 2013/14 have in turn sold off those shares which has seen an increase in,… Read More Liar, liar, pants on fire! English just makes up a new reason why we sold our electricity companies