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

New Zealand’s toxic political environment

This week we have seen vary clearly the government and the greens true colors in regard to three waters. There is no doubt that they have tried to entrench this legislation to make it very hard to change. Thats bad but not the worst part. It puts in doubt all the legislation that's before us. … Continue reading New Zealand’s toxic political environment

A very valuable resource

Geothermal power in New Zealand https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geothermal_power_in_New_Zealand Geothermal power in New Zealand is a small but significant part of the energy generation capacity of the country, providing approximately 17% of the country's electricity with installed capacity of over 900MW. New Zealand, like only a small number of other countries worldwide, has numerous geothermal … See more

Interesting bit of history Air New Zealand nabs top spot as most reputable company in … Australia

James Thomson11:01, Apr 26 2017 JOHN NICHOLSON/FAIRFAX NZAir New Zealand is flying high in Australia. Rugby's Bledisloe Cup. Cricket's Chappell-Hadlee Trophy. Now a New Zealand company has taken the title of Australia's most reputable firm. Air New Zealand has grabbed number one spot on the annual Reputation Index produced by research group AMR and the … Continue reading Interesting bit of history Air New Zealand nabs top spot as most reputable company in … Australia

Winston Peters. This is from 11years ago. how things have changed, he was right on so many issues

In a speech where he ruled out working with nearly every political party after the election, Mr Peters said the treaty was not a binding legal document. "It cannot and must not be used in a constitution or indeed in any legislation apart from the specific cases that try to redress the worst excesses of … Continue reading Winston Peters. This is from 11years ago. how things have changed, he was right on so many issues

The tragedy unfolding in New Zealand without the people’s consent

The tragedy unfolding in New Zealand as the Labour government changes 182 years of governance under the Crown.  There is no doubt that this is a Coup d'état. Made to look like something else. The hardest thing for people both overseas and here in New Zealand is to understand what is actually happening. This is … Continue reading The tragedy unfolding in New Zealand without the people’s consent