Advance NZ Facebook page removed for misinformation

Advance NZ Facebook page removed for misinformation

Michael Stace who is the campaign director for Advance NZ announced that their Facebook page Advance NZ / NZPP (New Zealand Public Party) has been ‘unpublished’ this afternoon. Co-Leader Billy Te Kahika mentioned 10 hours before the unpublish, on October 14 at 3:42 pm, that his pages will most likely...

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New Conservative says TVNZ are forcing them to pay legal fees

New Conservative says TVNZ are forcing them to pay legal fees

The New Conservative leader Leighton Baker says his party is the voice of middle New Zealand and will not be silenced by those of which are in ‘powerful positions’. New Conservative is prepared a legal challenge over the publicly-owned TVNZ’s right to pick and choose which political parties get election...

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thisquality to go live with It’s In The Ballot, Mana Candidates Debate at 6:30pm

thisquality to go live with It’s In The Ballot, Mana Candidates Debate at 6:30pm

Watch live at 6:30 pm — candidates for the Mana electorate will answer questions for voters to see what they can offer for this years 2020 General Elections. Watch this space.

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LIVE @ 7:30 pm: What exactly is a Productive Wetland?

LIVE @ 7:30 pm: What exactly is a Productive Wetland?

Watch LIVE tonight at 7:30 pm on thisquality platforms featuring Otaki Candidate Michael Kay from ATTICA talking about precisely what a Productive Wetland is. You can watch the live stream on all @thisquality handles (Facebook, YouTube) including @atticaprojectNZ/ (Facebook) and @michaelkayattica (Facebook).

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New Zealand First announces Fresh Water and Farming Policies

New Zealand First announces Fresh Water and Farming Policies

New Zealand First has announced it’s freshwater and farming policies in Fielding this morning which is aiming at creating a new pathway forward for all sections of farming and agriculture for a sustainable future. “While in support of the broad direction of freshwater policy New Zealand First believes the direction...

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Candidates talk with year 13s at Otaki College

Candidates talk with year 13s at Otaki College

The General Election 2020 Candidates for the Otaki electorate had come together to meet year 13s at Otaki College after arranging it with the principle Andy Fraser before the school holidays started. The small college event held around 50 willing to participate year 13 students in the main hall for...

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Social Credit to start a ‘war’ on Junk Food Advertising

Social Credit to start a ‘war’ on Junk Food Advertising

Social credit says a freight train of obesity is ‘heading our way’ after major parties have ignored the real problems that New Zealand faces. The political party is calling for a ban on all junk food advertising on TV. “Those experts view cheap as chips takeaway food as one of...

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ATTICA: 10 reasons to end GST by Michael Kay

ATTICA: 10 reasons to end GST by Michael Kay

Even astute economists, accountants and commentators don’t acknowledge Goods and Services Tax (GST) is charged on wages, which has made workers inseparable from a commodity. GST directly attacked the value of labour because GST (Consumption tax) is charged on wages because wages cannot be claimed as a business expense in...

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Solutions for Environmental Propaganda addressed by Michael Kay

Solutions for Environmental Propaganda addressed by Michael Kay

thisquality CEO Sam Hudson had to abruptly ask a question out loud as he was continuously ignored throughout a meet the candidates’ event held in Levin. CEO Sam Hudson says: “I have a question for Michael Kay.” “You pushing in are you?” a member of the audience said back to...

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Electoral Commission makes a mistake on voting papers, Waikato

Electoral Commission makes a mistake on voting papers, Waikato

The Electoral Commission made a small mistake on voting papers in Waikato on October 6. The mistake was a formatting error, of which the white circle for people to place a tick by Vision New Zealand’s name was missing. The voting papers were reprinted from the Port Waikato electorate after...

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