Daily review 13/03/2019

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, March 13th, 2019 - 10 comments
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Daily review is also your post.

This provides Standardistas the opportunity to review events of the day.

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10 comments on “Daily review 13/03/2019”

  1. bwaghorn 2

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/03/every-political-party-mishandles-election-donations-peter-dunne.amp.html

    If Dunne’s is right ,and a suspect he is maybe we should just have an amnesty and tidy this shit up once and for all . Event though I’m enjoying the nats squirming its better to fify it up rather than ruin the poor fool that got caught.

    • I feel love 2.1

      yeah nah, what makes pollys more important than the rest of us shmoes? Don’t they have more responsibility to uphold the law as they make them?

      • Sabine 2.1.1

        If National does it, surely the others must do it too, thus its ok if National does it.

  2. Kat 3

    Bridges Kiwi Way Of Life….KWOL……mmnnnn….

    Science will probably intervene some day in the future by removing the “born to rule”, “win at any cost” and “greed is good” genes prior to birth. The National party and wider family would be obvious recipients of early testing.

  3. marty mars 4

    This judge is a disgrace imo

    A teacher who kissed, indecently touched and “accidentally” exposed himself to a 9-year-old pupil can continue to have contact with children.

    The West Coast man has escaped jail because of his age, and will not go on the child sex offender register, despite Corrections asking that to happen.

    Judge Raoul Neave presided over the sentencing of the 68-year-old man in the Greymouth District Court on Thursday. The man had earlier pleaded guilty to doing an indecent act on a child.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/111254584/teacher-who-sexually-abused-young-pupil-allowed-to-have-contact-with-children

  4. NZJester 5

    Poor average Kiwi guy at least someone now wants him.
    Because let’s face it, the majority of the country does not! ;-p

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