I suggest for those interested that they check out Warwick Isaacs chat with The Press.
Some of the answers around inner city residential etc are on there.
That's all very well, but how does a home grower add all of those things that make cigarettes just so more-ish and delicious.
All fine out here in Bishopdale, forgotten how much I hate that noise of multiple burglar/car alarms going off. The second one might be bigger/closer than the first one.
I feel pretty strongly about this. Say I want to vote for say, NZ First, and I don't want vote electors in other electorates having a say in my party vote choice. If I feel strongly as a voter in Christchurch that an MP that fertilises lemon trees effectively is important to me then I don't want reactionary right wing saddos in Takapuna denying my right to representation by a clear and publicly availalble list.
More importantly, I took a look at the relative party lists and made a decision to vote for the Greens in the hope that Mojo Mathers would be elected ahead of my second choice. Yep, I might miss out - I hope not, but I don't see why my party vote choice should be dependent on the voting choices of electoral voters with nothing in common with me. A profoundly deaf MP would make a substantial step forward in the political representation of my family and I think that's a good thing. I am deeply skeptical that this would be possible in a system where she would have to run and do well in a general electorate.
Sorry, I'm a long time lurker never commenter, but this idea makes me cross! I think this is what Sanya Baker was saying more cogently than me.