So having tests already distributed to swathes of the populous ahead of the coming massive spike in cases would help flatten the curve, reducing the numbers rushing to medical centres to share the virus.
"I don’t know how many times it has to be said the ideal system is to have centrally controlled data and tests administered by health professionals." This sounds close to the opposite of ideal in a pandemic, particularly with the highly transmissible ...
It's bonkers that we don't check or train vaccinators to deliver vaccine into the exact system they're intended for, for efficacy and reduction of potential harm. takes 2 extra seconds. Doctors and Vets do it every day. How many million vaccine doses have ...
Bernie's bent the knee to the Est Dems hasn't he? ... and I always enjoys Jimmy Dore's style on these folks: Biden Pick His VP -- KAMALA Is A Cop!
it was very good
Would Labour reach out a formal partnership hand to the Greens if Labour win outright? Surely not?
"so that he can continue his anti homosexual crusade." to describe two Instagram posts that don't directly single out only homosexuals and that do want people in those groups to live a life more aligned with Folau's quite recent take on Christianity.....
Only does it, if its resourced and "policed".
It'd be zero in town on a section. Odd that this TWG makes the distinction. I don't understand the driver.
'The Tax Working Group (TWG) has come up with a common-sense set of tests, and has suggested no-one would have to pay tax on the section their family home was built on if their section was smaller than 4500 square metres. ' Why should my rural scrub block ...
I reckon Nats stayed in due to their celebrity head, and Labour's fortunes changed dramatically once they found one. Many Kiwi voter's priorities are ??able and sad.
off topic but surely there's no notable regulation around swim between the flags?!
Do you mean evidence like actual data collected from multiple govt and non govt agencies, compiled and analysed?
I'd suggest a fair chunk of particularly MBIE and also MPI as a start.
From RNZ - " Today Checkpoint was contacted by a person close to Metiria Turei during the time she was on the DPB. The person (who Checkpoint has agreed not to name) strongly alleged that Metiria Turei had received significant support from her daughter's ...
Planned accident to generate a few extra clicks their way.
... and that's practiced where in Aotearoa?
"Ardern is personable and popular, that is an achievement in itself" - not really. John Key was notable for this and what did he achieve?
National - "stay in goverment", despite changing / doing nothing significantly different from the previous labour govt.
Old boys club.
Better still, just stop propping up farming so much and use that money to help / target those small "groups" that really needed. Nothing worse than corporate welfare.
That'll be because the science is settled.
At least one of the messengers mentioned does shoot himself. "Arbitrary and selective reactionary taxation is the epitome of policy naivety. One would have hoped John Key wouldn’t take us back into that black hole." Sugar tax anyone?
One, six and seven.
‘Hegemonic harmony within a caucus and subservient submittal to your leader’s ideas is not realistic. It’s perhaps even a bit creepy.” Sums up Nats.
......except the 191 didn't exist to be used elsewhere.
It probably matters what you do once in the house surely? ... and to all the sympathy for Mr Hager, he did knowingly receive stolen information, and used it, and cleaned up with the expectation that the police would be around at some point. All this ...
It'll be an interesting test of Chris Trotter's theory that the discipline required was to stay out of the media.
No they bloody don't!