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5:30 pm, June 23rd, 2021 - 16 comments
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Daily review is also your post.
This provides Standardistas the opportunity to review events of the day.
The usual rules of good behaviour apply (see the Policy).
Don’t forget to be kind to each other …
Judith Collins wants to know why this incompetent and chaotic Labour Gummint opened the border to Australians when she demanded it, "If they hadn't listened to me we wouldn't have been in this position now. Its just sheer incompetence'".
Just like Lisa Sowen-Dissent on RNZ Checkpoint who spent weeks hounding the Govt. into opening the trans-Tasman bubble but now asks listeners if it should be canned. She asks for feedback but only passes on correspondence if it criticizes the Labour party. The National Party should fund Checkpoint, not tax payers.
I may be mistaken but as far as Im aware there hasnt been a confirmed community case in NZ yet
I'm glad it was cold and raining in Wellington for most of last weekend.
yeah, it was a nice day to go to the museum and some eateries.
You are correct, of course.
Active cases – In the community: 0
Most recent case reported due to community transmission (spread within our communities): 28 February 2021 [115 days]
Btw there has been a confirmed community case in NZ. The bloke from Sydney
The bloke from Sydney (and his partner) are in Sydney.
The variant hasnt been confirmed , the Sydney case that travelled here had been partially vaccinated and we havnt yet discovered a positive case here….theres a lot a premature gnashing of teeth imo.
If and when we confirm transmission there will be ample opportunity for recriminations.
i am no longer to interested in recriminations. I had thought the Sydney chap was confirmed as having delta or at least can be linked to the cluster (I am pretty certain of that)
but time will tell
Not all apologies are equal and this is an important one.
The revelations from the Lake Alice enquiry make for grim reading.
This apology is important, so too would an acknowledgement from Police and Crown Law. The senior decision makers in those institutions need reminding who they serve and it ain't the institutions.
In the last hour of play, on the sixth day, New Zealand needs 30 runs with 8 wickets left.
Williamson and Taylor at the crease.
The inaugural World Test Championship is within our grasp…
Kyle Jamieson receives the Player of the Match (7-61) in bare feet.
I love it that the Australian captain when interviewed, predicted that India would easily beat NZ.
Take that cobber!
Well, I think I'm back in love with test cricket.
Yes you should be, NZ are world champions!