The fragmentation of our society’ THIS IS OUR HERITAGE, OUR CULTURE, ITS OUR SOCIAL CONNECTION. LEAVE IT ALONE WILLIE JACKSON.

Opinion: Two things I like about Maoridom is that they know who they are, and their social system through tribal connections. This is where I feel that our society is breaking down. By the policies being put in place by this government of centralizing everything in Wellington. Our local input is being eroded. The vibrancy … Continue reading The fragmentation of our society’ THIS IS OUR HERITAGE, OUR CULTURE, ITS OUR SOCIAL CONNECTION. LEAVE IT ALONE WILLIE JACKSON.

How a government shuts down your ability to know what’s going on. Don’t blame all Journalists. Shame on you Labour. Anne Fifield. Stuff and Dominion post I think this was around February this year

 When did our public service get so arrogant? By Anne Fifield,  Anna Fifield is editor of Stuff's Wellington newsroom and the Dominion Post. OPINION: I have to confess I laughed when a press release arrived in my inbox last week: “Chief Ombudsman applauds No 1 global ranking in Transparency International index.” I laughed because I have been shocked … Continue reading How a government shuts down your ability to know what’s going on. Don’t blame all Journalists. Shame on you Labour. Anne Fifield. Stuff and Dominion post I think this was around February this year

Some possible funding ideas for three waters replacement to provide low-cost finance to councils to fix their own water with the help of a water regulator

Here are some discussion points in regard to funding water infrastructure in New Zealand There would be some cost to individuals and business up front, but if we were to abandon the insurance Scheme proposed by labour we would have a positive outcome and far less money going out of our pockets. Instead of borrowing … Continue reading Some possible funding ideas for three waters replacement to provide low-cost finance to councils to fix their own water with the help of a water regulator