Daily Review 21/05/2018

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8 comments on “Daily Review 21/05/2018”

  1. AsleepWhileWalking 1

    I hope they get closed down permanently.

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12054747

    *strippers working for nothing after all the fines
    *fined for being sick

    The woman, who asked the Herald not to be named to protect her daughter’s safety, said she’d received numerous tearful calls from her daughter, who started stripping earlier this year, saying she had no money because of the fines.

    Among the things her daughter said she was fined for included being late and not being seen to fight back on CCTV footage if a customer touched or groped her during a private dance.

    The woman just wanted her daughter home.

    “Given [my daughter] is living in their premises, she’s just getting completely exploited,” the woman said.

  2. Muttonbird 2

    MPI says the first sign of the disease appeared on a Southland farm in 2015. Nathan Guy let his farmer mates spread this disease for two years before a decent government came in to make the tough calls.

    Karma is a bitch, isn’t it? Uncontrolled dairy intensification has harmed nature, and now nature is harming dairy intensification in spades. That’s how the natural world works, folks.

    The problem for hard working New Zealanders is that we’ll be the ones to pay to manage this mess and the farmers will wail ‘poor me’, and permanently have their hand out from here to eternity.

    Over time this will make Bill English’s $1.6 billion dollar middle of the night payout to SCF investors look like chump change.

    https://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/checkpoint/audio/2018645857/mycoplasma-bovis-the-spread-cost-and-response

    • Ed 2.1

      Nathan Guy needs a visit from the police.
      And a day in court.
      Then jail.

      • fender 2.1.1

        Looks like neither James nor Mullet want to take your bait; why else would you post that shit?

        Since King Ed has decided Guy is guilty, maybe his excellency could add the punishment of a strict vegan rations regime for the hapless Guy!

        • WILD KATIPO 2.1.1.1

          There’s someone bigger than the king to answer to, however…

          Ghost Riders in the Sky – Johnny Cash – Full Song – YouTube

    • Gabby 2.2

      Not a million miles from the Bingles family seat.

    • Philg 2.3

      I note that ex Minister Nathan was not available to talk to John Campbell on Checkpoint. Nathan must have been too busy holding the government to account. Lol.

  3. Chris T 3

    There is something irritating me about this motherand her partner selling their kid of for sex today.

    Apart from the pitiful sentences.

    Why does no one seem to be going after the clients?

    It seems obvious the under age thing would be part of their sales pitch.

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