You are wrong about ‘public interest Journalism’ – opinion

You are wrong about ‘public interest Journalism’ – opinion

OPINION: Christchurch reporter Chris Lynch published on NZ Herald an opinion article. He is wrong about public interest journalism funding for new media outlets in New Zealand. Here is why. Independent organisations such as thisquality must report freely, for the news, for locals and have almost all attained rights to...

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My view on the Three Waters Reform – opinion

My view on the Three Waters Reform – opinion

This is a submission sent to thisquality, which was nominated for release. OPINION: The New Zealand Government is wasting taxpayers’ money by taking the water supply management and responsibilities off local councils. A set up of a huge ‘3 waters entity’ (Taumata Arowai) will put control of the water supply...

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Pipe bursts are a nothing burger, local Councils should fix the problem

Pipe bursts are a nothing burger, local Councils should fix the problem

#OPINION: Pipe bursts and flash floods in our streets in good ol’ Wellington, say no more; what have local Councils really done for the benefit of our water? Nothing. It says it all, seriously. There has been nothing done to fix our growing problem surrounding New Zealand’s water systems. As...

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Upskilling ‘digital technology’ over a Pandemic is ridiculous – opinion

Upskilling ‘digital technology’ over a Pandemic is ridiculous – opinion

#OPINION: Upskilling technology over an excuse of a current Pandemic is a poor and clear example of choices when opportunities were always available in the past. This time, however, is so we become ‘happy.’ A newswire publication from Make Lemonade to press says that ‘COVID-19 accelerates the need for the...

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CEO Sam Hudson called a ‘freemason’ for offering interview

CEO Sam Hudson called a ‘freemason’ for offering interview

#OPINION: It all started when CEO Sam Hudson was called a ‘freemason’ over real news that offers positions in allowing public citizens to speak their voice on the thisquality platform. On February 1 during the evening Mr Hudson offered a rather civil interview to a member of the public who...

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Why did the Government take down Newsroom’s Oranga Tamariki video?

Why did the Government take down Newsroom’s Oranga Tamariki video?

#OPINION: I sometimes wonder how the heck Oranga Tamariki has done so little to help young ones instead of actually helping them. Including their families and foster families. What is going on at Oranga Tamariki? And, why is this the second time they have ordered Newsroom to take down their...

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NZ Government rejects calls for Welfare payments increase

NZ Government rejects calls for Welfare payments increase

OPINION: The New Zealand government has rejected calls for welfare payments to increase. During the 2020 General Elections in October, the Labour-Green Party government has shown it is more pro-business than pro-people, showing their true colours which allows cooperate elites to have more demands for deeper severity measures against the...

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Porirua needs to focus on healthy eating, than KFC grand opening

Porirua needs to focus on healthy eating, than KFC grand opening

OPINION: Porirua City Council has just yesterday promoted a grand opening for their new KFC store. The opening consisted of an organised powhiri for a KFC store. Seriously, we are not joking. If this was a publicity stunt, we wouldn’t blame them for promoting Porirua in a unique form of...

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The education system is a mess, will the Government fix it?

The education system is a mess, will the Government fix it?

OPINION:Across all school levels in the education sector, young children have declined chances to play with new ideas and innovation to drive their future. During the school level progression, there’s less chance for collaboration, working outside or across certain boundaries; taking risks and problem-solving. Schooling and teaching fail to create...

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Bye-bye Eugenie Sage, you will not be missed

Bye-bye Eugenie Sage, you will not be missed

OPINION: Eugenie Sage MP has lost her seat as the Minister of Conservation meaning she’s out of that Parliament role. A long note was posted to her Facebook page explaining how proud she was to be a Green MP in a political party that achieved a first in New Zealand...

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