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Daily Review 23/08/2018

Written By: - Date published: 5:34 pm, August 23rd, 2018 - 22 comments
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This provides Standardistas the opportunity to review events of the day.

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22 comments on “Daily Review 23/08/2018 ”

  1. adam 1

    So the new insulation law, only covers ceilings and floors where assemble. So if your in a house with poor cladding which lets water and the cold in, the landlord gets a free pass.

    Just another great law written by kiwis serving the interests of no one really. And just another free pass to leaky home suffers as renter.

  2. Ed 2

    Apparently, the feedback against feedlots has been so overwhelming, according to Checkpoint, that Wakanui Beef have removed the list of stockists and restaurants that buy their cruel meat from their website.
    It is great too see people power is making this traders in cruelty run.

    I copied them the other day.
    Before they took the names down.

    So.

    Here are their Auckland stockists.
    Boycott them.
    Until they boycott Wakanui Beef.

    Neat Neat
    Countdown Ponsonby
    Countdown Auckland City (Quay Street)
    Countdown Browns Bay
    Countdown Green Lane
    Countdown Meadowbank
    Countdown Milford
    Countdown Mount Eden
    Countdown St Johns
    Fresh Choice Half Moon Bay
    The Original Aussie Butcher Botany
    The Original Aussie Butcher Henderson
    The Original Aussie Butcher Mt Roskill
    The Original Aussie Butcher New Lynn

    Here are their South Island stockists .
    Boycott them.
    Until they boycott Wakanui Beef.

    CHRISTCHURCH
    Westmeat
    Countdown Colombo Street
    Countdown Ferrymead
    Countdown Northlands
    Fresh Choice Barrington
    Fresh Choice Parklands
    Sunmer Supervalue

    CANTERBURY
    Fresh Choice Geraldine

    MALBOROUGH
    Fresh Choice Picton
    Westmeat Blenheim
    Westmeat Nelson

    OTAGO
    Fresh Choice Cromwell
    Fresh Choice Roslyn

    SOUTHLAND
    Plaza Supervalue

    • Ed 2.1

      And here are the restaurants in the Upper North Island, who use Wakanui Beef, according to the website – before the names were hurriedly removed.

      Ampersand Eatery
      Azabu
      Baduzzi
      Banque Oyster Bar & Eatery
      Barworks Group
      Bazza’s Steakhouse
      Botswana Butchery
      Bracu Restaurant
      C’est Fromage
      Cable Bay Vineyards
      Cibo
      Chuffed Coffee
      Circus Circus
      Cleaver & Co
      Cocoro
      Cordis
      Crab Shack
      Duke of Marlborough
      Ebisu
      El Sizzling Chorizo
      Euro
      Grand Millennium
      Gusto
      Harbourside
      Headquarters
      Runway Restaurant (Heartland Hotel)
      Hilton
      Janken
      Jervois Steakhouse
      Kauri Bay Boomrock
      M Social
      Marvel Grill
      Masu
      Miss Moonshines
      Mission Bay Pavillion
      Morepork BBQ
      Novotel & Ibis Ellerslie
      Orbit
      Ostro
      Oyster & Chop Bistro
      Oyster Inn
      Pullman Auckland
      Rydges
      Sails Restaurant
      Sidart
      Sky City
      Sofitel
      SPQR
      The Grill
      The Lunchroom
      The Blue Breeze Inn
      The Courtyard
      The Garden Shed
      The Glass Goose
      The Grove
      Woodpecker Hill

      • Cinny 2.1.1

        Thanks for the info Ed, no more Westmeat for our family.

        • Ed 2.1.1.1

          The website now says.

          “If you would like to try Wakanui at home, look for our brand in retail stores. All our product is clearly labelled or, if you prefer, try it in some of New Zealand’s finest restaurants.”

          • Cinny 2.1.1.1.1

            wakanui is off the menu 🙂 Will let others know as well.

            Do you know if they make cheese, milk, butter or yoghurt via the feedlot cattle please?

            Our household doesn’t eat much red meat, maybe once every two weeks.

            Thanks again for the info Ed. Much appreciated.

      • Muttonbird 2.1.2

        Good on you Ed. This outfit was hit with an M Bovis notice today I read. This in the media will change peoples’ awareness and habits, that is for sure.

        • Ed 2.1.2.1

          Rachel Stewart suggests plenty more evidence of cruelty in farming to come.

          “I’ll let both you, and BigAg, in on a secret. Way more revelations are coming. Wait until you hear about winter cropping, and what’s going on there regarding animal welfare.

          Not really any different from feedlots, and arguably even more mud and shit everywhere. Fodder beets are commonly used for high carbs and quick fattening, and also with no shelter from the elements. And, environmentally? It’s all bad news.

          If you’re shocked now, wait until you hear about foetal blood taken from pregnant cows at slaughter. Wait until you find out how that’s done, and the irony of what it’s used for. The stuff about to come down the pipe will make feedlots look like a walk in the park. Your hair’s gonna curl. “

          • joe90 2.1.2.1.1

            You’ll shit when you learn all about what the industry euphemistically terms Asian edibles.

      • James 2.1.3

        Most of my favourite restaurants in there.

        Euro and Jervois are two regular haunts – and not a hope in hell im stopping

        • Molly 2.1.3.1

          I think Ed was posting for those with some form of self-awareness.

          So, as you were, James.

        • Draco T Bastard 2.1.3.2

          Because inflicting pain and suffering for your own benefit is all good right?

    • mauī 2.2

      Feedlotting scum.

    • Matiri 2.3

      The feedlots are owned by ANZCO, who also own Westmeat who are named as stockists.

      • greywarshark 2.3.1

        Sounds good! Looks good – not a feedlot in sight.
        http://www.anzcofoods.com/

        http://www.anzcofoods.com/disclaimer
        DISCLAIMER –

        The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by ANZCO Foods and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk…..

        OUR PLANET

        Our Sustainability – It’s More than Business
        The way that we manage our environment affects our long term economic viability, our image and our reputation as a trustworthy business leader.
        As guardians of the environment for future generations, we all have a stake in protecting it, and promoting best practices which will ensure that our
        grandchildren and their children have a healthy and prosperous future.

        ANZCO’s commitment to the wise stewardship of the environment:…

        The Steps We’re Taking

        Implementing a group-wide energy management programme.

        Reducing waste of any resource.

        Regularly tuning combustion plants to ensure air discharges operate within agreed limits.

        Using environmentally compatible technologies and systems to handle waste.

        Reducing air travel and our carbon footprint by using video-conferencing and audio-conferencing where possible.

        Using local/regional suppliers, wherever possible.

        Consistent and collaborative approach to resource consent monitoring to ensure compliance with local environmental standards.

        Reducing water use and improving water efficiency in our processing plants.

        Using lean manufacturing to enhance process efficiencies and ensure continuous improvement.

        BRANDS –

        Angel Bay
        Aria Farm
        Butchers Hook
        Canterbury Angus
        Canterbury Lamb
        Greenstone Creek
        Kumanu Lamb
        Longdown Lamb
        Maori Lakes Lamb
        Maori Lakes Beef
        Ocean Beef
        Riverlands
        Wakanui

  3. joe90 3

    Debussy’s Clair de Lune for a gentle old girl.

  4. Timeforacupoftea 4

    Jacinda has just removed Curran from cabinet – bloody great effort from ministers from Poverty South Dunedin.
    Benson Pope removed by Clarke now goodbye Curran.

  5. Don’t they say we have a bout 5% Neanderthal DNA?

    Whoa !!!

    Must explain a few things about politicians, then…

    Neanderthal: Profile of a super predator – YouTube
    Video for NEANDERTHAL: PROFILE OF A SUPER PREDATOR you tube▶ 14:59

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