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Daily review 26/08/2022

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, August 26th, 2022 - 20 comments
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  1. Stuart Munro 1

    Trouble in Argentina as the former president and current vice-president is charged with massive corruption.

    Buenos Aires Times | Prosecutors seek lengthy jail term for Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (batimes.com.ar)

  2. arkie 2

    Chief Human Rights Commissioner highlights where the government must do more to fix our rental housing and meet human rights standards:

    Last week, as part of the Human Rights Commission’s housing inquiry, I highlighted that many renters are having to make trade-offs between their fundamental human rights, such as the right to adequate food and the right to a decent home.

    Renters are also unfairly burdened with enforcing the government’s tenancy laws.

    I suggested two short-term initiatives: a freeze on rent increases and an increase to the accommodation supplement.

    These approaches are not perfect, but they would provide some immediate relief for renters while the country has a constructive conversation about the future of renting.

    The Government deserves credit for making the most significant changes to tenancy laws in decades, but deeper change to our rental system is needed.

    Parliament regulates businesses so they advance human rights for everyone. Investing in rental property should be no different. We mustn’t forget that a home is first and foremost a fundamental human right, not an investment.

    That’s why the Human Rights Commission is calling for a conversation about the right to a decent home for the growing number of renters in Aotearoa New Zealand.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/opinion/129684888/why-we-must-change-our-rental-system-to-meet-basic-human-rights

    • gsays 2.1

      "We mustn’t forget that a home is first and foremost a fundamental human right, not an investment."

      That's it in a nutshell.

      • Shanreagh 2.1.1

        Yes I agree and along with food and clothing is fundamental. Only when these needs have been met will our citizens be able to participate fully in our society.

  3. arkie 3

    After this shameful display:

    New Zealand’s government has argued that the climate crisis is of “insufficient weight” to stop it issuing oil and gas exploration permits – despite declaring a climate emergency and committing to eliminate offshore exploration.

    Students for Climate Solutions lost their case due to the Crown Minerals Act actually preventing the consideration of climate change:

    “The argument that not enough is being done to address climate change, and that no more mining for fossil fuels should take place, is an argument that the Crown Minerals Act requires further amendment by Parliament.”

    Cooke went further in his judgment, stating that if Fox “had substantively taken [climate change] into account, she would have been acting unlawfully”.

    The Greens point out some obvious solutions:

    “The Government started a review of the Crown Minerals Act in 2019 but here we are, three years later, with mining companies continuing to search for new fossil fuels. It doesn’t make any sense. The Green Party is calling on the Government to dust off its review and get on with bringing the Crown Minerals Act into the 21st century.

    “We also call on the Government to back Eugenie Sage’s member’s bill – which was recently pulled from the biscuit tin ballot. It would, if passed, ban coal mining anywhere in New Zealand, and any type of mining activity on conservation lands and water. This is a promise Labour made in 2017 in the Speech from the Throne and it’s time they made good on it,” says Julie Anne Genter.

  4. Poission 4

    Uk energy cap triples,( this limits the unit rate) to 3459 pound per year.Forecasts which have been very accurate forecast 4500 in Jan,and moving to 7000 pounds by April.This does not include business's which are now struggling especially in the SME area such as hospo.Electricity rationing for the winter.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/live/uk-62633742

    Germans wonder WTF they spent 1/2 a trillion euros on,apart from closing nuclear fleet,as prices head north and coal ramps up,including reopening mothballed FF plants.

    Switzerland has issued warnings and the Finnish power grid and party pooper says rolling blackouts for winter.

    • pat 4.1

      not only but also…

      "According to a report by Bloomberg on Wednesday, around 20 Million U.S. homes are behind on their energy bills.

      The figure represents approximately 1 in 6 Americans, with Bloomberg stating the National Energy Assistance Directors Association labeled it the worst crisis they have ever documented.

      The figures are a result of surging electricity prices, driven by surging natural gas costs."

      https://www.investing.com/news/commodities-news/approximately-1-in-6-americans-behind-on-energy-bills–bloomberg-432SI-2879469

      • Poission 4.1.1

        The surging NG prices are because of the US LNG exports.The US has become the barrel of last resort.

        The Freeport terminal is out till November,which when returns to production US gas prices will be well north of 10$,and Freeport also use grid electricity (most use gas generation) so local power will increase.All in time for US midterms.

        Europe survives on fracked gas.

        • pat 4.1.1.1

          So no 'growth' riding to the rescue a la China post GFC….except perhaps in munitions.

          All downhill from here.

          • Poission 4.1.1.1.1

            The Biden admin,now sees the problems,and suggests to the refineries that it is a good time to lower exports on refined product and rebuild inventory for the winter ( lots of households in the snow belt still use oil central heating) and with diesel shortages that is in the refineries best interests.

            • pat 4.1.1.1.1.1

              And Saudi running as fast as it can.

              “KEYNOTES: Last year, in October Saudi Arabia announce that
              they had plans to increase production capacity to 13 million
              barrels per day, the project is due to be completed by 2027.
              This will be 1 million more barrels per day than the current 12
              million barrel per day capacity. The big news is that that is all
              they have have left. This spell big trouble for the global
              economy with demand only set to grow. I expect higher oil
              prices to persist at least over the next 3-5 years, barring any
              unforeseen circumstances. ”
              https://stevenvanmetre.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Energy_Materials_Weekly.pdf

              In a world of less (and increased climate volatility) what is needed is durable easily repaired systems and we are hell bent on the opposite.

              • Poission

                What is needed is energy security for each country,the huge amount of capital makes inflation and capital works programs expensive for the next decade.

                • pat

                  worldwide energy security requires first cooperation and secondly an acceptance of new priorities….where/how is that reduced energy going to be used.

                  There is no sign of that, indeed what we have is a bidding war and national interests.

  5. Muttonbird 5

    A request: Can anyone with a Herald subscription or library card give me a rundown of, or copy and paste, this article please?

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/opinion-the-st-peters-college-kelston-boys-high-rugby-final-no-one-wants-to-talk-about/AXDCJXBHNTZRX7NGUZNU4TVEW4/

    • Sabine 5.1

      you make sense of this. but it involves dinosaurs.

      Auckland's 1A Premiership final in first XV schoolboy rugby is shaping as a classic of its type – if anyone can penetrate the cone of silence that surrounds it.

      The St Peter's College-Kelston Boys' High contest, set for 3.05pm at Eden Park on Saturday – as part of a triple-header of rugby action – features unbeaten top qualifiers (in St Peter's) against the 2021 champions and 2022 round-robin runners-up.

      It's central Auckland v west Auckland, red v blue, state school v Catholic school.

      But along with those contrasts comes one stark similarity. Both schools are refusing to comment about the final …………………..snip

      So here we are.

      Auckland has one of the best first XV competitions around in terms of rugby production. But in terms of understanding how "the product" is presented and consumed, they live in the dark ages. They might as well inhabit the cave of Boreas as New Zealand's biggest metropolis.

      ……

      In other parts of the country the promotion and publicising of a first XV rugby final is something which is embraced. In Auckland they would rather not answer the phone.

      This season this column has presented comment and background information from schools in North Harbour, Hamilton, Rotorua, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch, and Dunedin.

      There has never been anything even approaching the insular resistance that prevails within the Auckland schools

      …..

      In other parts of the country the promotion and publicising of a first XV rugby final is something which is embraced. In Auckland they would rather not answer the phone.

      This season this column has presented comment and background information from schools in North Harbour, Hamilton, Rotorua, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch, and Dunedin.

      There has never been anything even approaching the insular resistance that prevails within the Auckland schools………..

      my understanding is the journalist is packing a big sad because no one answered his call and gave them a rundown via coaches, school, PR on how they expect the game to go.

      • Muttonbird 5.1.1

        Thank you, Sabine. As a team manager I battled with school sports admin today trying to fight for my boys.

        Some schools are afraid to roar, to speak up for themselves, in case they rock the administrative boat.

        • Sabine 5.1.1.1

          I honestly don't know enough about school sports other then that the coaches, mothers, dads are quite involved and pretty awesome. Its hard standing there on the edge of the field in the cold/wet. I am happy it made sense to you. 🙂

          • Muttonbird 5.1.1.1.1

            I know St Peter's will be concentrating on the match rather than doing interviews. I imagine Kelston will be doing the same. Publicising/marketing school sport is being pushed back in favour of kids just being able to do what they do together. Journalists can watch from the sideline like everyone else instead of prodding young kids for a story.

            For these two schools the Auckland 1A final at Eden Park tomorrow is just a part of their journey. They both want to be national champs.

            • Sabine 5.1.1.1.1.1

              Yes, that is what i took away from it. These are kids, let them play, go away journalists. Journalists: bad school bad bad school. . 🙂

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