which supports employment and wage growth
but that's not what we're seeing, is it?
I was severely tempted to run him over one day as the sour old bastard put his wheelie bin to the kerb as I happened by. Such a destructive arsehole.
Police media release, polished to a fine glow. Includes:
"Police will also be updating the research agreement, including removing any language that may be interpreted as restricting the independence of academic research.
“I want to stress that this was neither the intent nor purpose of the agreement."
Someone really needs to learn how to write contracts then.
they've invited him to dinner
another spectacular misjudgement.
Jobs are certainly a biggie. Madame Boag got her knickers in a twist only yesterday on Q&A over an opinion poll verifying the public's concerns thusly do not match govt priorities. #fleg
many sane and promising policy statements
Research has shown that people do not vote based on policy.
Influencing social discourse is crucial. Some parties have been better at it than others. That has to change before people will vote differently.
are people in NZ under the delusion that the Nats did well with the GFC?
given the failure of political communication to the contrary (despite ample evidence), yes
I'm pretty sure they won't be wanting the SJ Fits supporting them again - that bill turned out to be totally the wrong way round.
one of the most impressive things I witnessed, that.
NZ's reputation dented overseas again.
whatever disaffected council member or staffer leaked draft maps
Ben Ross writes about what that action means. Like him, I'm more likely to believe it's one of the councillors. Previous utterances should narrow the pool of those willing to flout their solemn obligations over this particular topic.