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Wellington City Council Waste
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 14/04/2018 11am
The Taxpayer's Union has alerted its' membership to an alarming legislative change being proposed by the government. The Local Government (Community Well-being) Amendment Bill looks to change the 'Purpose' of local government. This outrageous move will effectively give councils carte blanche to spend your money on all sorts of pet projects, expansion of ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 06/12/2017 6pm
There was outrage when it was announced that New Zealand had selected a man to be in our international weightlifting team, but the gamble has paid off with Hubbard bringing home a gold medal from the Australian Open and now a silver medal from the World Championships, both a historic first for our small island nation. Laurel, formerly known as Gavin, was ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 06/12/2017 9am
SpaceX is ready for the first launch of its Falcon Heavy rocket. It will be capable of launching 54 metric tons into orbit, twice that of any other operational orbital vehicle and at one-third the cost. Elon Musk announced via Twitter that the launch would take place early next year from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Falcon Heavy to launch next month from Apollo ...
Welsh Assembly
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 15/11/2017 8am
Your humble correspondent is currently on a visit to the Land of Song, where presumably the All Blacks will dish out another rugby lesson in a week or so. After an informative visit to the Welsh Assembly today, I’m also hoping it’s not just rugby in which Kiwis could instruct my compatriots, but also how to spend public money (or better still, not spend ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 12/10/2017 11am
No one has ever accused NZ First leader Winston Peters of being politically correct, and that tradition is likely to continue after he made some inflammatory statements earlier today. In his latest interview , Peters responded to a question about David Seymour wanting to abolish the Department of Maori Affairs, by ignoring the question and attacking Seymour ...
Candace Owens Sensational Infowars Interview
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 30/08/2017 6pm
In this sensational interview, Paul Joseph Watson and Alex Jones interview Candace Owens. Articulate, hard-hitting and confident, Owens explains how she was 'force-fed' the red pill. How she was bullied and intimidated when it became clear she was going 'off script' as far as the mainstream media narrative was concerned. A real social media star. Watch and ...
by Right Minds NZ · 29/08/2017 12am
The Auckland University Students Association (AUSA) has voted to disaffiliate Pro-Life Auckland. According to a report by Stuff , around 2700 students took part in an online referendum, with 1600 students voting to disaffiliate the club and 1000 voting against the motion. The referendum also asked whether clubs with a "similar ideology" should be banned ...
Councillor parliamentary candidates double dipping as they campaign
by Tim Levchenko-Scott · 22/08/2017 5pm
Several full time sitting Councillors are continuing to draw their Council salaries whilst campaigning full time as candidates in the upcoming general election. The Taxpayers Union have exposed this outrageous rort of the system and named and shamed 3 offenders. Denise Lee (Auckland Councillor, standing for National in Maungakiekie); Wellington’s Deputy ...
by Dieuwe de Boer · 16/08/2017 1pm
If you think that this crazy election couldn't get any crazier, you would be wrong. It has been revealed that Labour MP Chris Hipkins colluded with the Australian Labor Party to try and bring down Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce. While the Australians seem to have resolved the constitutional crisis at their end, this move could have led to a ...
by Right Minds NZ · 01/08/2017 10am
In a shocking turn of events, Andrew Little has resigned as leader of the Labour Party just hours after stating that he would not. With less than two months to go till the election, this leaves Labour in turmoil and very low down in the polls. UPDATE: Jacinda Ardern has been named as leader and Kelvin Davis as deputy leader.

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