Billy Te Kahika faces Electoral Commission and Business Loan investigations – video

Billy Te Kahika faces Electoral Commission and Business Loan investigations – video

Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika confirmed he is under an active investigation in one of his live streams. He is a ‘second referral’ to Police in a statement from the Electoral Commission. The statement was about the Māori Party failing to declare nearly $330k of donations. A separate referral was...

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National: Government ‘must prioritise’ Mothers and Babies

National: Government ‘must prioritise’ Mothers and Babies

National’s Social Investment spokesperson Louise Upston says that the Government needs to prioritise women and babes, taking urgent action to resolve issues inside the maternity system. “Reports of women not receiving the care they need immediately after giving birth is exactly why the Government must introduce National’s law change to...

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New Website launched to tell stories about NZ’s Housing Crisis – ACT

New Website launched to tell stories about NZ’s Housing Crisis – ACT

ACT Party says there’s a flood of stories about the impacts of new interest deductibility rules. A new website has launched to hear them. According to Housing spokesperson Brooke van Velden, the current Government jas represented a ‘stealth tax’ on Mum and Dad investors. “80 percent of whom own just...

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President Putin warns ‘the end of Ukraine’ is coming following conflict

President Putin warns ‘the end of Ukraine’ is coming following conflict

An increase in Russian troops near Ukraine’s eastern border is ramping up vicious threats, where tensions are rising, that outcomes of conflict could make the end of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. Recently separatist rebels and Ukrainian troops have been clashing together, causing violence. Troops have been building up by...

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National says wealthy people are not the only victims of Cancer

National says wealthy people are not the only victims of Cancer

Dr Shane Reti, National’s Health spokesperson, called out Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson for making unfunded cancer drugs an issue for the wealthy. “In response to a National Party proposal for DHBs to cover the costs of administering cancer drugs PHARMAC won’t fund, Mr Robertson claimed in...

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Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika banned on personal Facebook account for 7 days

Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika banned on personal Facebook account for 7 days

Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika has been banned on his personal Facebook page due to a mass amount of user-generated reports being sent to his other page that has a following of over twenty-two thousand people. On April 7, Mr Kahika took a flight to Christchurch to protest outside of...

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern suspends arrivals from India for two weeks

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern suspends arrivals from India for two weeks

Prime Minister Jacinda Arden has suspended entry to New Zealand for returnees arriving from India for the next two weeks. Restrictions proposed will start immediately until April 28. Due to large increases in returnee cases from India testing positive on day 0/1 testing, it confers that a precautionary approach is...

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Trans-Tasman Bubble will provide ‘big boost’ for Auckland’s economy

Trans-Tasman Bubble will provide ‘big boost’ for Auckland’s economy

Auckland’s Mayor, Phil Goff, welcomed the announcement of a trans-Tasman bubble on Tuesday. Cabinet made a decision under the advice of Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield and the Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, to open up the border with Australia as it poses only a low risk due to the...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin signs law allowing two more terms

Russian President Vladimir Putin signs law allowing two more terms

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday that will allow for him to probably hold two more years of power to 2036. It ends a year-long process to reset presidential terms, rewriting the constitution with a constitutional vote that includes a provision to reset prior term limits. The...

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Billy Te Kahika’s alleged $200,000 Business Loan Fraud added to Wikipedia

Billy Te Kahika’s alleged $200,000 Business Loan Fraud added to Wikipedia

Wikipedia edits have added an independent investigation that was made possible by thisquality about Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika’s alleged $200,000 business loan fraud. The fraud involves an independent investigation into the spending of money given to Mr Kahika by an investor. Money given was supposed to be used for...

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