Daily Review 03/08/2018

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, August 3rd, 2018 - 6 comments
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6 comments on “Daily Review 03/08/2018”

  1. Herodotus 1

    Kiwi build next step was emailed out this afternoon, sorry cannot find a link , as I was mailed this from MBIE

    Next steps to a KiwiBuild home

    Thank you for registering your interest in KiwiBuild, just like thousands of other Kiwis who want to buy an affordable home of their own.

    Later this month, you’ll be able to take the next steps towards owning a home through the online ‘pre-qualification’ process. This will help us determine if you are eligible to enter a KiwiBuild ballot.

    Once the pre-qualification stage opens, you’ll be given plenty of time to get your documentation together before the ballot opens for the first KiwiBuild homes.

  2. Robert Guyton 2

    “Powerful forces” caused the cancellation.
    Whoaaa! Go Commonsense, you Powerful Force, you!

  3. gsays 3

    In regards to these Canadian ruckus makers.
    It has been swirling around in my head…
    Once again humour nails it.
    Father Ted careful now.

  4. corodale 5

    Opinion on the Greens is a bit unrealistic, expecting them to do more, with less MPs.
    And what can man say?

    https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/political/362574/the-green-party-needs-to-speak-up

    NZF might be right about strategic resources on West Coast if it’s for minerals to make batteries for solar cars, or…

    Plastic bags is all we can afford under the UN austerity charter. So let the Greens do the basics well. They are on track for next term, on a new political grounding with more experience.

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