Cyclone Giselle dumped heavy rain across much of the country, peaking in the upper South Island. At NIWA's Leatham station, more than 300mm of rain fell in 48 hours. But that was nowhere near the heaviest burst of rain New Zealand's hosted - that record belongs to the Cropp River on the South Island's West … Continue reading A history of New Zealand’s most extreme weather
HAPPY NEW YEAR Can we really say that, with all that lies ahead this year. There are two verses from the bible that standout and put in perspective what has happened and is to come. The first is Matt 7:15-20 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth … Continue reading Election year is here
There was David flushed with fight riding his steed to the chambers delight flared nostrils ablaze attacking labor's malaise a bruising rebuff some feisty stuff a fiery retort with a lofty huff fell back in anger from that Silken Tongue those terrible words left everyone aghast a knights victory jousted at last
What`s wrong with James Show lately? Has James Shaw just decided he doesn’t give a flying fig what voters think of him anymore? It turns out James hasn’t gone into MIQ after coming back from his trip to the climate conference in Glasgow. He got permission to isolate at home. This is a surprise because the Prime Minister … Continue reading Remember this
Here come the Nat's back from the dead avenged by the guy with the good-looking bald head long gone the battle with Simon Who As Labour lines up for the final pay people had enough of EVs weather and sad battles afar and green patches laid in parliament`s grave. The push for cars without enough … Continue reading READY FOR BATTLE (poem)
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.
There is something off about this interview and has been for some time in the way the PM answers questions. Three waters is a lie from start to finish. https://youtu.be/fzhc7mQVr3U
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