Or they could find real health workers who believed in National policy and were prepared to put their name to it.
HT, Thanks for the topic and link. There must be a multitude of sites around Aotearoa for such turbines. Basically 4 times a day guaranteed output that could be used in conjunction with our hydro storage.
I was bemused by the Nat's desperately pleading with us to like their leader. If after all this time and all of Luxon's gaffes and backtracks they think Luxon is suddenly going to become inspirational they are clearly living in fantasy land. Time for them ...
and lets not forget the airline industry and its emmissions, an industry Luxon keeps telling us he was a ceo in - what emmissions reductions did he achieve. Tourism is an extremely environmentally damaging industry on many levels.
Mitchell's challenge raises some serious questions for National's leadership to answer. 1. Was it ok'd by Luxon? 2. What is National's and Luxon's view on boxing for fundraising? For me this challenge demonstrates (again) an unhealthy macho aspect to ...
It really is simple, anything other than 'a fair days' pay for a fair days' work' is akin to slavery; anyone who disagrees is therefore a supporter of slavery. We, and the National Party especially, should be ashamed that we have relied on exploited ...
Yes, they continue to prove over and over that even simple moral issues are beyond their grasp. Their belated 'no' announcement just makes their original 'yes-no-maybe' worse.
Or maybe National need a moral compass that registers more than just the pursuit of power.
Absolutley brilliant speech for its clarity and sincerity of message; we are indeed fortunate to have Jacinda as our PM.