Bulletin 3/3/2017


The parties are on the ground campaigning.  National continues to hand out a few million dollars at a time.  National is also framing themselves as the pro-business party.  Another day, another housing crisis headline for Labour to retweet.  National announces tightening of multinational tax rules, which all parties agree with, but of course the opposition point out how long it’s taken for National to act.


Echo Chamber National:



Handing out tourism funding a few million at a time:




On tax loopholes and lost revenue:



Echo Chamber Labour:

On the housing shortage:


These drug use comments are putting Bill English into a corner:




On tax loopholes for multinationals:


Echo Chamber Green:

A constitution for New Zealand?:


On water pollution:


The Greens have been talking about West Papua for a while, but I haven’t included them in the bulletins because I don’t think it’ll be an election issue.  It might be gaining traction, though:


On climate change and agriculture:


On multinational tax avoidance:


On the housing shortage:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

On electricity pricing:


On the central government taking control over 1080 use:


New Zealand First has no intention of attracting liberal voters:


On Winston Peters nominated for spy oversight committee:


On multinational tax avoidance:


On employment:


On healthcare funding:


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

On Maori children in State care:


Echo Chamber ACT:

On housing affordability:


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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