Bulletin 6/4/2017


Labour continues to pressure the government on how the typhoid outbreak was handled.  Traffic congestion in Auckland might become an election issue, though for the moment it’s mostly finger-pointing and not much comprehensive policy.  The Greens continue to ask questions about conflicts of interests in the fishing industry and the war crimes allegations against the SAS.  A bleak headline on living costs lets the Greens talk about tertiary education policy.


Echo Chamber National:



Echo Chamber Labour:

On Auckland traffic:


On the typhoid outbreak:


On housing:


Echo Chamber Green:

On Auckland transport:


On the fishing industry’s self-regulation:


On war crimes allegations against the SAS:


On living costs:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

Nothing significant.


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

Nothing significant.


Echo Chamber ACT:

On housing:


Echo Chamber United Future:

Nothing significant.


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