Bulletin 17/3/2017

Summary:

The Greens remain very active on Twitter, talking about everything from Auckland transport to housing to superannuation to free trade to climate change to the Auckland University pay strike.  More notably, earlier protests by environmental groups over the extraction of water for export has forced a response from Bill English – the Greens driving the narrative and the others playing catch-up.

 

Echo Chamber National:

You know, people getting off benefits doesn’t necessarily mean they’re gainfully employed or financially secure, they might just be denied help – maybe don’t leave room for your stats to be interpreted:

 

On nationwide broadband rollout:

 

Jobs numbers:

 

Echo Chamber Labour:

On agriculture:

 

On dirty politics:

 

Echo Chamber Green:

On Auckland transport:

 

Campaigning:

 

The government says consent education is optional:

 

On Auckland University pay strike:

 

On Trans Pacific free trade:

 

On superannuation and tax cuts:

 

On water extraction:

 

On net neutrality:

 

On taxing sugar:

 

On housing:

 

On climate change:

 

On dirty politics:

 

Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

Nothing significant.

 

Echo Chamber Maori Party:

On Whanganui River personhood:

 

Echo Chamber ACT:

On taxing sugar:

 

Echo Chamber United Future:

Nothing significant.

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