Bulletin 28/2/2017


National announces a Gisborne economic action plan, alongside the Maori Party, and including development for the iwi in the area.  Maori Party does need some answers to the question for how Maori have benefited from their coalition with National.  Housing, high immigration, and swimmable rivers continue to be talked about.


Echo Chamber National:

Kaikoura earthquake business support package:




They do watch each other’s tweets:


150 families have moved out of Auckland, but the housing shortfall is in the thousands:


On pay equity:


Gisborne regional development:


Echo Chamber Labour:

On high immigration numbers:


Piling on the swimmable rivers announcement:


Pointless Twitter drama with no one citing any data for their assertions:


Candidate selection:


On the housing shortage:


On National’s attitude towards youth unemployment:


Echo Chamber Green:



Inquiry into aged care with Grey Power:


On aquifer protection:


Seriously, swimmable rivers:


On the housing shortage:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

Just in case you don’t know NZ First’s views on immigration:


The tweet is sensationalist, but the Maxim Institute really does propose letting declining regions continue to decline:


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

Economic development in Gisborne with National:


Echo Chamber ACT:

On criminal rehabilitation:


Echo Chamber United Future:

Nothing significant.


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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