Sorry your fucking thick. Ive told you how and where to get this information, including why this is legally required to be disclosed. There are many many electricity companies in New Zealand. Which one would you specifically like more info on?
If you call talking if fact rather than ignorance trolling , I plead guilty your high reverence. [Where is your link to a list of individual shareholders? Despite several clear warnings, incl. a Mod note on 19 Oct, you continue trolling and showing blatant...
You want to know how the voted at the last election? The largest shareholder is the government. Ask the Labour minister then responsible how the voted.
I suggest it’s you who need to apologise. But you won’t. Shareholder disclosures for the electricity companies are required and have been for decades under the Companies Act 1993. It’s also a requirement under the NZX listing rules.
You need to wait until the budget on the 20th. Then you will have the facts.
National plans to finance their future tax cuts plans out of the profits in the power companies Fact or reckon?
You asked the question. I gave you the answer. Problem?
I wonder who the current shareholders are No need to be in the dark. This information is freely available in their annual report on each company’s website. Not hard.
Is that based on fact or reckons?
Nope, they cancel a $16,000,000,000 bucket. Not generation capacity.
I was listening to a BBC radio 4 satirical review of the news week earlier today. Absolutely brilliant. Laugh out loud stuff. Then I read your post about your views on TPM defence policy … Waka ama and subs. Absolutely top draw insanity but brilliant for a...
Chippie ain’t going anywhere Anne, you lot voted for him despite the whiff of desperation.
I know Chippie has a bit of a whiff about him, but wow, coming from a Labour lovee, that’s quite the admission.
On reflection I should more correctly replace the word “main” with “an”.
Just one term assumes there is a credible opposition. This week the main opposition party named a top 10 line up comprising the same old hacks the country has already seen and rejected less than two months ago. If you think those failures are going to be ...
One of Cindy’s policies National hasn’t reversed then … avoiding certain early morning radio interviews… you should he happy
it’s a fresh line up. Pull the other on Anne. It’s the same tired old hacks booted out of government less than 2 months ago.
Very smart move by the Government to effectively sideline Labour who, in 6 years did bugger all with their “nuclear moment”
Of course the bar owner said Tipsy and her friends were no problem. Likely to be some of their most profitable customers.
Chippie really does have to stop that smarmy nodding donkey routine he perfected in the leaders debates. He was on the news again last night. Can’t remember what he was talking about. Probably wasn’t important. Just more smarmy nodding donkey.
By scrapping fees free But of course they haven’t have they. Stop spreading lies. Rather, they taken a Labour policy that rewards failure and turned it in to a policy that rewards those that can stick it out to actually succeeding in their chosen subject.
Overall, a bloody fantastic deal. Much more than I ever expected … with the added benefit of six years of Labour legislative ideology gone by Christmas.
You’ve got what you wanted. Tots, we’ve got rid of the most dishonest incompetent government NZ had ever seen. In its place we’ve got a government who will focus on the mainstream rather than the fringe. Look forward to the labour opposition…if they haven’...
No worries there. Cindy and Co. already totalled the country. The job of our new government is to get it off life support.
What happened to the Māori seats? If you haven’t worked that out 3 weeks post election, I’m sorry for you. It’s the same thing that happened to the general electorate. Real people want real politicians and real solutions . Career politicians, academic ...
All is not lost. We’ll have at least two further chances to win the RWC under our new government.
Send a losing minister from a losing government to a RWC final and look what happens 😁
Yet. But wait, he could be Labours saviour 🤣 https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/thomas-coughlan-labours-soul-searching-begins-as-drums-beat-for-david-parker-challenge/6XN2YZU5NFHG7AVVPK3RDQYF6Q/
Still blaming Cook perhaps???
Like you, I’m incredibly optimistic… that labour won’t see government until to 2030’s, if they manage to survive as a party until then. I expect they have become an irrelevance both to the left and right. You just need to look at the regular posts from ...