Michael Wood’s maiden statement

Written By: - Date published: 9:37 am, February 9th, 2017 - 2 comments
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In The Herald:

New MP Michael Wood fears housing costs will result in ‘homogenised’ neighbourhood

Newly fledged Mt Roskill MP Michael Wood has delivered his maiden speech to Parliament, saying he was concerned the cost of housing in his electorate would “homogenise” the diverse community.

Delivering his maiden speech at Parliament today, Wood focused on the housing and transport issues of Mt Roskill, saying decent affordable housing was at the heart of a stable community. …

2 comments on “Michael Wood’s maiden statement”

  1. That was a really good speech. I particularly liked the stuff about being disciplined and letting your actions serve as an example. Get a few more like that in there and I bet you’ll see their fortunes change!

    • Leftie 1.1

      Yes agreed, I thoroughly enjoyed his speech too, and was very pleased to see him there in parliament. IMO He is going to be a great asset to the Labour party.

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