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Correctives: Ban Dangerous Dogs in Parliament Too!

"It's high time that Parliament declared a ban on vicious canines that keep wanting to attack people purely because they are on social welfare benefits!" Tripitaka Adelie-Penguin said today.

"Yes, this is targeted at the Association of Rottweilers and Fangbearers. Let's face it, people are tired of ARF's dastardly doggy doings, and the underhanded Nationill dog control amendments that led to dog control exceptions for prospective cuckoo canines and populist pups who wanted to be their coalition partners."

Ms. Adelie-Penguin said that if she caught any more ARF members slobbering or slavering in her direction, she would call the Wellington City Council animal control services if they ventured out of Parliament.

"It's time that the Mad Aucklandian Prebbo and other demented doggedness were put down once and for all!"

Contact: Tripitaka Adelie-Penguin Corrective Party: Giving New Zealand The Bird (06) 3583609

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Gordon Campbell: On The Political Donations Scandals


Even paranoids have real enemies. While there has been something delusionary about the way New Zealand First has been living in denial about its donations scandal, one can sympathise with its indignation about Paula Bennett and Simon Bridges being among its chief accusers. Given that the National Party is enmeshed in a donation scandal of its own that shares the same core features, it is a bit like Al Capone being accused of wrongdoing by Bonnie and Clyde. Unfortunately, the entire country seems to be living in denial about the existence of these sort of shenanigans... More>>

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Water Woes: Wellington Reflects National Problem

Water utilities right across the country face major challenges to upgrade and maintain their underground three waters network. Water New Zealand’s Technical Manager, Noel Roberts says Wellington’s waste water woes are not unique to the capital city... More>>

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2020 And Beyond: National’s Economic Plan

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Abortion Legislation Committee: Abortion Bill Report Presented To The House

The Abortion Legislation Committee has presented its report on the Abortion Legislation Bill to the House. A copy of the report is available here. The bill seeks to have abortion services provided like other health services... More>>

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Local Government NZ: New Report A Pathfinder For Affordable Housing

A report released today by LGNZ provides a roadmap for councils finding their way through the complex policy, regulatory and market tools available to help enable more affordable housing developments for New Zealanders. With demand soaring, rents ... More>>

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“Can Do Better”: Sallies Election Year Report Card

This year’s State of the Nation report by The Salvation Army offers a mixed bag of outcomes, with some significant headline progress - but also an ambitious list of “can do better”. Government action is delivering limited improvements... More>>

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