Bulletin 11/4/2017


National continues to say very little on policy, but Bill English does answer some personal questions for us – I should disclose here my personal disdain for politicians who put personality over policies.  Labour’s Grant Robinson gives a seminar on monetary policy at Victoria University.  Snooze-fest, you say?  Well it’s potentially a policy change that can define our entire economy.  Housing is still a crisis, Erin Brockovich talks about slow insurance reimbursements in Christchurch, while Auckland Council divests from fossil fuels.


Echo Chamber National:

Government to repatriate New Zealand soldiers buried overseas:




Echo Chamber Labour:

On monetary policy reforms:


On carbon emissions:


On housing:


On Christchurch insurance claims:


Echo Chamber Green:

On past abuse of children in state care:


On fossil fuel divestment:


On Christchurch insurance claims:


Protesting oil prospectors:


On housing:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

Nothing significant.


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

Nothing significant.


Echo Chamber ACT:

Nothing significant.


Echo Chamber United Future:

Nothing significant.



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