Hard News by Russell Brown

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Hard News: The sole party of government

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  • Paul Campbell,

    Interestingly one of the biggest lobbying organisations pushing for statehood for PR and/or DC is the flag manufacturing lobby ....

    Dunedin • Since Nov 2006 • 2622 posts Report Reply

  • Joe Wylie, in reply to Paul Campbell,

    Interestingly one of the biggest lobbying organisations pushing for statehood for PR and/or DC is the flag manufacturing lobby ….

    In Shanghai?

    flat earth • Since Jan 2007 • 4593 posts Report Reply

  • Jack Harrison, in reply to Joe Wylie,

    American politics. A tale of weirdness and media superstars.

    wellington • Since Aug 2014 • 296 posts Report Reply

  • Dismal Soyanz, in reply to Ian Dalziel,

    Where’s Catatonic ?

    Next to Denial. It looks similar to but has fewer migrants than Flux, which is, course, constant.

    Wellington • Since Nov 2010 • 310 posts Report Reply

  • stephen walker,

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    of the four major parties, only NZ First was up on their 2011 result, with National, Labour and the Greens all falling. Of the five minor parties, the two parties that increased their share of the vote (Internet MANA and Conservative) ended up with no seats while the three parties with seats all went backwards (ACT, Maori and UF).

    nagano • Since Nov 2006 • 645 posts Report Reply

  • mark taslov,

    Coalition party supports challenge against the authority of the Central People’s Government:

    I admire their courage & wish them all success: RT:10,000 Workers Are on Strike in Support of Hong Kong’s Protests

    The beginning of a shift in New Zealand-China relations or a bold new breed of Government fashionista?

    If New Zealand challenges China on an issue that it regards as crucial, Beijing is likely to respond by removing trade and other privileges. Because of this, New Zealand officials are cautious to avoid offending Chinese sensibilities.

    Te Ika-a-Māui • Since Mar 2008 • 2281 posts Report Reply

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