Some unis have handed out laptops, for example. I’d argue that such a student service is not and should not qualify as and for mental health funding. Grey seemed to unnecessarily complicate things and blurr boundaries, IMO. Perhaps this relates to why not ...
Mental health services for students is not general student services such as having adequate internet connection and/or electronic device, for example. They are completely different things; apples and oranges.
I’m sure it will. What is the interview about? Why should we watch it if we’re not already Greenwald devotees and disciples? Who’s doing the interview?
Nothing wrong with home births unless you want to give birth in a car in the driveway.
What you gonna do about it?
Written By: Incognito - Date published: 7:00 am, April 18th, 2021 - 6 comments
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The world is bewildering and people struggle to see the wood for the trees. Indeed, finding good news sources that one can rely on is not an easy task that requires constant reviewing – is it still worth my time to read this? – and decluttering, as Lprent…
Your examples appear to have little to do with student mental health, what the funding is/was for!?
Ah, yes, sorry, how could I forget about what’s his name …
AFAIK, James Cameron is a NZ Resident.
Didn’t see that in time, sorry.
Incorrect. The P1 strain is the so-called Brazilian variant and is not the double mutant, which is B.1.167.
Brian Easton was asking a similar question: https://www.pundit.co.nz/content/will-the-2021-budget-be-focused-on-wellbeing [from Feeds on TS]
When did the Trans-Tasman Tunnel open again? Your comparison is a false equivalence.
Of course, people who do this can and do ‘justify’ their “antagonistic anti-government sentiment with their nihilistic sloganeering and acerbic negativity for the sake of it”. It typifies their senseless rants that translate into nothing but impervious ...
In the TS text editor, you can see squiggly red lines under words that may be misspelt.
Heh! Arguably, some people are not afraid of failing, but they’re afraid of succeeding.
Thank you for that, in more than one way. Bryan Gould’s second-to-last sentence: There is all the difference in the world between holding government agents to account for failures on particular issues, and allowing an anti-government sentiment to take root...
FFS, Chris and Andrew, go and have a beer together and sort out this shit, thanks! https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/300279229/tertiary-student-mental-health-fund-announced-last-year-hasnt-spent-a-cent
One ring to rule them all.
The company’s film arm is already in the country, filming a TV series based on The Lord of the Rings. But, following an agreement with the government to secure the higher-than-usual subsidies attached to the film, Amazon agreed to send a team of senior ...
Good on Mike Hosking; it was shambolic! Perhaps Mr Hosking will be praising Peter Hughes soon too on another shambles.
I think I saw your car the other day; it had loads of bumper stickers.
Is Bishop still gunning for Mallard?
With the corporate welfare announcements done the run way is cleared for the feel-good pre-Budget PR campaign to take off.
No wonder National is going backwards when their Leader is always looking behind to see what the ‘supporters’ are up to. Mind you, it should be a lot easier now with a much smaller caucus. I think Winston Peters should close the circle and take over ...
Let’s just assume it was the least worse option: an ignorant troll. Next time we’ll see a flying troll https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/green-schools-11-7-million-grant-now-100-per-cent-government-loan