Sunday, October 3, 2021

NZCPR Weekly: Trust in Labour Falling

Dear NZCPR Reader,   

In this week’s NZCPR newsletter we examine Labour’s fall in the polls and provide an update on the Three Waters reforms, our NZCPR Guest Commentator Gary Judd QC questions the Government’s plan to give control of services essential for the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders to Maori, and our poll asks whether you believe the real motivation behind the Three Waters reform is to improve water services, or give control of water to Maori.

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1 comment:

Terry Morrissey said...

Signs of life in Paradise after Labours Reforms with He Puapua - 3 Waters?

This is not dated 3 October 1821.(Herald)

Ōtorohanga homicide: Witness describes gang members in 'shocking' attack with axe
An eye witness has described the "shocking" attack of a man by two patched gang members with an axe on the main street of a Waikato town as families looked on.
A man in his 30s died following the attack shortly after 6pm on Saturday in Ōtorohanga and police have launched a homicide investigation.
The witness said he was driving down Maniapoto St and pulled over as he noticed a fight unfolding outside the Mobil service station.
"It was these two gang members and they were attacking this [man] with an axe. They hit him on the head and it just dropped him cold and they just took off. Pretty shocking really."

Give them another $2.75 million!