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STORY OF THE WEEK: Orewa II

STORY OF THE WEEK: Week Ending 27th Jan
Orewa II


Don Brash Congratulates Ruth Richardson On Her Benefit Cuts
Do You Care For More Of The Same?

Dr Don Brash Delivers Orewa Mark II - As most of you know, I came into politics after a career in business and central banking. I did so because it is clear that this country will not provide future generations the opportunities which my generation has enjoyed unless we confront some fundamental challenges. See... Whatever Happened to Personal Responsibility? & Labour budgets for increases in key benefits
COMMENTARY:
- Jordan Carter: Reflections On Orewa II
- Public Address 26/01/05 - Brashing
- Molesworth & Featherston (Lobby Edition) – 25/1/05
SCOOP WELFARE BACKGROUNDERS:
- Alister Barry Interview - Documentary Maker Alister Barry On What Don Brash Would Do As Prime Minister
- Muriel Newman Welfare Interview Part 1 - An Audience With ACT's Welfare Guru Muriel Newman
- Muriel Newman Welfare Interview Part 2- An Audience With ACT's Welfare Guru Muriel Newman part 2

Families Commissioner Bashes Brash - The Chief Commissioner of the Families Commission says the impact of Don Brash's Orewa speech is to place New Zealand families in two camps. See... Brash's argument drives wedge between families

Instant Political Reaction To Orewa II - Progressive Leader Jim Anderton is not impressed that Don Brash pretends to suddenly care about welfare dependency when he had a direct hand in creating the explosions in welfare over the 1990s that the Labour Progressive government is actively and effectively addressing now. See... Look in the mirror for welfare dependency Brash
MORE:
- Greens - Who is the best beneficiary basher of them all?
- NZCTU - Brash Denies Right to Secure Employment
- Steve Maharey - Brash promises policies of the past
- ACT - Newman on Brash speech& Sickness benefit changes admission of failure
- Garnet Milne: Reformed Testimony - Brash On Track - Starving Will Soon Find Jobs
- Dunedin Community Volunteer Centre.- Centre opposes return to work for the dole
- Lindsay Mitchell- Brash Right - Maharey Denies Reality
- Newman - Welfare policies should measure up
- Greens - Don Bash Strikes Again
- EMA - Employers want more beneficiaries offered work

Orewa II: The Backlash & The Chorus - New Zealanders must be wondering what has happened to National's normally vocal welfare spokesperson Katherine Rich, Social Development and Employment Minister Steve Maharey said today. See... Has National's welfare spokesperson been silenced?
MORE BACKLASH:
- ACT - 10-Year Benefit Plan Not Ambitious Enough
- Govt. - Brash continues to be wrong on welfare
- Alliance - Brash’s Code of Victorian Individualism
- Caritas - Whatever happened to community responsibility?
THE CHORUS:
- Judith Collins - Rajen Prasad once again shows his political colour
- Paul Hutchison - Vaccination requirement hugely beneficial
- Nick Smith - Migrant welfare case shows need for Brash reforms
- Lindsay Mitchell - United Future's Brain-Child A Dud & Stop Covering Up, Steve

ENDS

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