Bulletin 20/2/2017

Summary:

Maori and Mana parties sign cooperation agreement for the coming election.  That might be why they’ve been quiet on Twitter, if they’ve been holding back policy announcements while they negotiate.

Labour Tauranga volunteers seem to have made some controversial comments regarding the Cadbury factory closure, but Andrew Little soon makes a similar, if more politely worded, statement.

Latest polls are out, showing losses for National, gains for Labour and Greens – of course, only Labour and Greens are talking about it.

While other parties talk about housing affordability and homelessness, National MP’s tweet about “buoyant” real estate activity.  A reminder that homeowners are profiting immensely from the same housing shortage that leads many to be homeless.

(!) Another counter-factual tweet from @ScottSimpsonMP, mis-characterising the content of a news article.

 

Echo Chamber National:

(!) False tweet.  There’s no infighting described in this article at all:

 

Labour Tauranga getting controversial on Cadbury factory closure:

 

On house price “buoyancy”, all-time highs, even:

 

Yeah, why doesn’t the government do something?:

 

Echo Chamber Labour:

Doubling down on Cadbury factory closure:

 

On the latest polls:

 

On growing household debt:

 

On performance-based pay in education:

 

Echo Chamber Green:

On the latest polls:

 

On water quality:

 

On fossil fuel subsidies:

 

Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

Go home, Chinese man:

 

Echo Chamber Maori Party:

Maori and Mana parties sign cooperation agreement:

 

Echo Chamber ACT:

Nothing significant.

 

Echo Chamber United Future:

Nothing significant.

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Author: sckchui

Aspiring author and armchair philosopher, I seek to understand the world, people, and myself. Through my writing, I seek also to share all that I've found.

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