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5:30 pm, May 2nd, 2023 - 9 comments
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We've just had a lovely dinner. Kahawai (caught at Himatangi) in a lemon cream sauce with some chips my SO got from the local "frozen pie shop"/dated stock/clearance outfit.
Lamb and Weston chips. All the way from the States. One of the cheaper potato products in store, along with the Belgian Emma Jane spud offerings.
Surely its good for all of us, including those in the US and Belgium, if we are unable to buy stuff like this.
cough protectionism cough
Yup, the Greens, up 1.5 to 12%., are history.
Today’s Roy Morgan New Zealand Poll for April 2023 shows the election is too close to call with a right-leaning potential National/ Act NZ coalition on 44.5%, down 0.5% points since March ahead of a left-leaning potential Labour/ Greens coalition on 42%, down 1.5% points.
For the potential right-leaning coalition support for National was unchanged at 32% while support for Act NZ was down 0.5% points to 12.5% – its lowest support so far this year.
In contrast, support for the governing Labour Party was down 3% points to 30% while support for their governing partners the Greens was up 1.5% points to 12% in April.
A very amusing look at voting machines Russel Brand on form
Good news for TMP.
Five months ago TPM slected Heather Te Au Skipworth and now she’s expected to take one for the team. Nice
concern trolling joe 90, how very 2010's.
flaming adam, how very 2000’s.
FYI, your habit of making comments personal hasn’t changed and you’re heading for moderation if you keep this up.
eight year olds and chest seals
In case you're wondering how things are going in Texas, our district canceled all sex ed classes this year but is now required to offer kids training in bleeding control techniques, including "tourniquets approved for use in battlefield trauma care by the armed forces."
Our district is offering the training right now for middle schoolers and up but looks like the Texas bill is amending it to 3rd graders and up.
Huge if true.