Social Credit: A housing crisis ‘disgrace’ over 6,000 Kiwis living in motels

Social Credit: A housing crisis ‘disgrace’ over 6,000 Kiwis living in motels

Social Credit says that it is a ‘disgrace’ that around 6,000 Kiwis are living in motels or are displaced due to housing issues. A further 7,000 Kiwis were accordingly in transitional housing, camping grounds, boarding houses and temporary housing or accommodation. Middle-income earners are accordingly finding it more difficult to...

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Masterton Police looking for two offenders, youth charged after enquiries from robbery

Masterton Police looking for two offenders, youth charged after enquiries from robbery

Masterton Police are investigating and are seeking information from members of the public after a robbery that happened at Memorial Park at around 2:50 pm on Sunday, September 27. A member of the public had come across three offenders after they had broken into his vehicle. The three offenders fled...

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COVID-19: One new case to report in New Zealand today

COVID-19: One new case to report in New Zealand today

There is one new case of COVID-19 to report today in New Zealand. The new case is in managed isolation. There are no new cases in the community today. There was no 1 pm press briefing today. Today the Ministry of Health has reported that 17 people are isolating in...

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The Salvation Army will not be supporting the legalisation of Cannabis

The Salvation Army will not be supporting the legalisation of Cannabis

The Salvation Army will not be supporting the legalisation of Cannabis and is calling for a drug reform; instead, they are also in support of a form of decriminalisation of Cannabis. Salvation Army spokesperson, Lt-Colonel Lynette Hutson says “It is extremely unfortunate that the referendum process has been designed in...

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