Bulletin 28/6/2017


Bill English continues to fail to put the Todd Barclay scandal away – the police is reopening their investigation into the case, so there’s still more to come – Labour continues to tell us all about it, and the Greens and New Zealand First join in, too.  The Greens are back to talking about their policies, on water pricing, te reo education, and government inaction on climate change.  New Zealand First also has a policy to expand te reo education.  National’s Nikki Kaye announces the addition of computing skills into the core curriculum – it seems like a major political win to me, but Kaye’s promoting it all on her own with no apparent help from National’s propaganda machine.  United Future has a new webpage outlining their policies, including on mental health, immigration, civics education, and paid parental leave.


Echo Chamber National:

On computing education:


Echo Chamber Labour:

On transport:


On Todd Barclay:


On housing:


On education:


On tax cuts:


Echo Chamber Green:

On Todd Barclay:


On water extraction:


On te reo education:


On climate change:


On transport:


Jane Goodall visits:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

On te reo education:


On Todd Barclay:


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

On Matt McCarten:


Echo Chamber ACT:

Let’s have fewer food safety laws:


Echo Chamber United Future:




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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