West Auckland Labour meeting on housing

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Categories: david cunliffe, housing, labour, phil twyford - Tags: , ,

West Auckland housing meeting

10 comments on “West Auckland Labour meeting on housing”

  1. Tracey 1

    No “Auckland issues” spokesperson???

    • Skinny 1.1

      Oh you mean no Phil Goff Off. Isn’t he one of the junket crew Carter is taking on holiday?

      • tracey 1.1.1

        I don’t know but I guess Auckland’s issues just aren’t important enough. IF He has gone, it is a waste cos he clearly intends leaving parliament and should let a young or lesser experienced politician go if the purpose of the junket is genuine…

    • mickysavage 1.2

      It is a meeting organised by the West Auckland hub. We thought five MPs would be enough!

      • tracey 1.2.1

        You never thought the Spokesperson for Auckland Issues should be there? Given Housing is a BIG Auckland issue. Fair enough, but odd none-the-less.

        • Skinny

          Correction Goff Off has not gone off on a junket.

          I wouldn’t want to be subjected to sitting there listening to Goff Off cracking jokes
          and laughing at them. Not that I would bother going at that time of day. Ardern would have been far more palatable.

        • sabine

          funny, i always thougth that Phil Twyford had that job – Spokesperson for Housing.

          I did not realise that there was a spokesperson for auckland issues. Who ever that is is essentially invisible.

          • Skinny

            The Auckland issues spokesperson (Goff Off) title should be changed to reflect a more descriptive brief.

            Auckland wannabe Mayor.

  2. adam 2

    I’ve seen these posters around, and just kept thinking – who did the photo-shop work – it’s bloody awful.

  3. sabine 3

    Nice meeting, good amount of people came and fun to meet the local MP’s.
    Will be going to the next meeting, because why not 🙂

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