aye to that Ad, broad debate and suggestions should be applauded
vile comment from mb , ignorant, presumptive, foul, you and he can fuck right off
you sad fuck, how the fuck would you have any idea about the circumstances, I hope Jacinda is really proud of you.
Privileged??? What exactly do you mean by that?
Join Us - and have large photos of jabbed NZ sport, cultural, entertainment etc. stars all over the bus,. Make sure the photos include a charismatic figure for every age and socioeconomic demographic in our population. Make it cool and patriotic to get ...
wishful thinking Tony, it will be near impossible to keep covid out forever
The High Court has published online today a summary of the terrorist’s court history which includes links to all the court decisions:- https://www.courtsofnz.govt.nz/assets/cases/2021/R-v-S-summary.pdf
Some weeks ago Chris Bishop was running very good lines on Covid-19, identifying places where the government performance could be improved, and how it could be improved, without sniping or ridicule. It was constructive opposition. But this line ran counter...
We have two friends who are couriers, they prefer working during lock downs, no traffic
and a cherry good morning to you, how grossly incompetent does someone need to be before they cop a bit of blame in you world Adrian?
Pathetic weka, this lock down is costing Auckland over $100 million per day and disrupting many, many lives. If the outbreak is linked to the walkway, then heads should absolutely role.
How is that trolling? How is that nonsensical? There is new UMR poll out today - fact The poll shows a continuation of the trends we have seen in other recent polls - fact
labour had an absolute majority on election night, that was not very long ago. UMR is not the only poll showing the trend.
you keep thinking that
but a trend is emerging that suggests that may not be the case in the future
... NEW ZEALANDERS ! With all respect. Alan from Tuakau. A tradie and...
Grasping at straws, the simple theory of supply and demand will prevail, you just watch.
Jimmy, spend 10 minutes reading about what has happened when rent freezes have been imposed by governments, it has been hell for renters, basically they end up with no where to live.
you are forgetting they have to live somewhere, introducing policy that puts the squeeze on existing rental stock with a promise to build a lot more houses"soon" is not very smart
you are forgetting the large group of renters who have just been screwed by this decision, they vote too...........
wait for the labour back flip , it is inevitable when they realise the the consequences of this very poor policy decision.
"the landlord class" - says it all really with regards to your view of the world, this is 2021, classes do not exist any more,
and East Berlin speaks again, screw those rich successful guys eh Dal
You don't get out much in the real world do you Pat. Try running your line of thought past people attempting to buy or rent in places like Tauranga, you might get a rude shock. Try running your line past tertiary students looking for flats in the main ...
There will still be a significant lag well within the cycle for the next election. Plus many renters will never be in a position to buy a home, how are they going to feel about the massive rent increases coming over the next few years when they have no ...
With all the best will in the world, there will be a significant time lag between announcing that billions will be poured into building of new homes and the actual completion of such homes. In the mean time the supply of rental properties will reduce, ...
Don't make light of it Pat, cities like Tauranga already have a crippling shortage of rental properties, this is only going to make it worse, There are going to be a lot of very worried renters in the near future..
Lets just wait 18 months shall we