So you are wrong then.
Sage is not a minister. The Greens do not have a minister inside of cabinet.
what's best for NZ Are bottom feeders part of NZ?
How is it possible to pass a bill through parliament without getting "caught"? Your comment is ridiculous.
I'm keen on the Tibetin chanting as long as it comes with big beats.
Well he would if the karakia was a religeous one: Kia hora te marino Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana Hei hurahi mā tātou I te rangi nei Aroha atu, aroha mai Tātou i a tātou katoa (May peace be widespread, Many the sea be like greenstone; a pathway for all ...
They can't get 80% support in Parliament, or 75%, hence the 60%.
Maori do not hold legal interests in water and other Treaty rights as individuals but as Iwi. What individual Maori think as individuals is irrelevant.
I'm sure he didn't think the artist did it deliberately just to piss him off.
I think by proper he means an actual constitution document. We have constitutional law but it is splattered around in a number of different pieces of legislation.
Great video. I can't understand how the artist could put so much time into creating that piece but couldn't find 30 seconds to google the guys name.
WESTERN SPRINGS FOREST Client: Society for the Protection of Western Springs Forest/ Friends of Western Springs Forest REPORT PREPARED BY: CRAIG WEBB DATE: 12 DECEMBER 2019 https://www.validtreerisk.com/resources/Documents/Case%20Studies/Western%20Springs...
I just googled 'Chris Benton report western springs pines' and it was the second listing with the first being the Abel article.
Is this the Benton report in question? ARBORICULTURAL REPORT: TREE RISK ASSESSMENT WESTERN SPRINGS FOREST – PINE STAND August 2019 https://www.validtreerisk.com/resources/Documents/Case%20Studies/Western%20Springs%20Pines/TRAQ%20-%20Western%20Springs%...
NZ republic inevitable, says Key https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/11380/nz-republic-inevitable,-says-key
So when we get rid of the King the New Zealand Crown will still exist, but we will probably call it something else.
When NZ became independent from Britain "The Crown" became the New Zealand Crown with the British monarch as the head of state. https://youtu.be/SNh6hZL61JU Transcript Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Palmer: One of the complexities of New Zealand relates to the ...
You are lucky your neighbors don't complain about the privet. From memory you are in Auckland and i am not sure about the rules there, but Northland Regional Council has a bylaw about privet in that it must be removed if within 50m of a dwelling of someone...
The Treaty has already transferred from the British Crown to the New Zealand Crown. When the New Zealand Crown transforms itself the Treaty will still be there, it is the founding document of this country.
Those entities swear allegiance to the New Zealand Crown of which the Queen is the head.In effect they are swearing allegiance to the Governor General as it is this person who actually does the job of Head of State. Can't see it would work any differently ...
I have not heard anyone suggest that we should go with the USarian model when we become a republic. I have heard many people argue anything but.
I have not heard anybody say that we should leave the Commonwealth when we become a republic. When people say this i just take it that they haven't actually looked into the issue and are just being ignorant.
South Africa and India have been republics for a long time.
So why haven't countries such as South Africa and India left the Commonwealth? https://thecommonwealth.org/our-member-countries
– Comprehensive climate mitigation plan. Not Labour.
Who says that he had any expectation of getting into Parliament? Hamilton West was a National seat for four terms before this one. Sharma contested it in 2017 also and lost by 7731 votes. Sue Moroney ran for the second time in 2014 and lost by 5784 votes. ...
Parliamentary Service, it is Parliamentary Service. It is not plural.
How could Labour do this level of reform without taking Maori legal interests in water into consideration? Wouldn't they just end up in court? Even without the legal question i can't see how they could do it morally given their commitment to honouring Te ...
It is Parliamentary Service, not plural.
Hey it turns out you have this all wrong. Luxon just explained on his presser that: We are not talking about criminal behaviour here @6.40 https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/129518873/christopher-luxon-says-voters-should-have-been-told-about-sam-...
but surely he wasn't talking about top feeders.