ATTICA Candidate Michael Kay answers question about soil

ATTICA Candidate Michael Kay answers question about soil

ATTICA Otaki Candidate Michael Kay answers a question from the audience about class one soil and how it can be stopped from being turned into residential. Michael says, “The big thing with class one soils and keeping them is that it does come from us being able to all organise...

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Unregistered political group ATTICA gets their very own Wikipedia page

Unregistered political group ATTICA gets their very own Wikipedia page

On one afternoon, Sam Hudson who is the CEO of thisquality was assisting his clients from ATTICA; during the moment while assisting with SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) he comes across a Wikipedia page that was made hours before initially discovering and viewing it. The Wiki page was made by user...

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National pushing for cheaper power bills and less emissions

National pushing for cheaper power bills and less emissions

National proposed this morning a new cheaper power and emissions policy if they get elected. This means power bills for New Zealanders will be a lot cheaper. Spokesperson for National’s Energy and Resources Jonathan Young says, “This supports the energy sector as innovative leaders, National’s Energy & Resources.” “Labour’s decision...

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Kapiti Coast Chamber Of Commerce: ‘only above 5% can attend’

Kapiti Coast Chamber Of Commerce: ‘only above 5% can attend’

The Kapiti Coast Chamber Of Commerce (KCCC) hosting a ‘meet the candidates’ event on September 16 at Southwards Car Museum come with a controversial discussion about the hypocrisy they follow. Smaller party candidates were not allowed to participate even though some were asking to attend, it’s like the O2NL (Otaki...

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Social Credit Candidate Amanda Vickers talks small business & recession

Social Credit Candidate Amanda Vickers talks small business & recession

Social Credit Candidate for Otaki Amanda Vickers, who attended a ‘meet the candidates’ meeting in Levin on September 13, talked a bit about how small businesses are suffering more than ever during the current COVID-19 pandemic, on top of New Zealand’s current recession. Amanda says that there are ‘two solutions’...

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Message to Kapiti Business from Michael Kay, ATTICA’s Otaki Candidate

Message to Kapiti Business from Michael Kay, ATTICA’s Otaki Candidate

Last night the Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce (KCCC) hosted an event for local business. Unfortunately, half the candidates were excluded from the meeting, with the KCCC following tradition. They only platformed established parties. Excluded were: Michael Feyen from Advance, Amanda Vickers from Social Credit, Martin Frauenstien from New Conservatives...

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NZ First: Tobacco tax causes local dairy crimes

NZ First: Tobacco tax causes local dairy crimes

New Zealand First announced today that the Anti-smoking Policy needs to be ‘exposed’ — making smoking alternatives like vaping more affordable for lower-income families. Families that cannot put food on the table and are spending more money because of the tax, the government isn’t doing enough to help these families...

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National Candidate Tim Costley talks academics

National Candidate Tim Costley talks academics

Tim Costley, who attended a ‘meet the candidates’ meeting in Levin on September 13, talked a bit of academics for young women and or under 25s. The event allowed candidates from all sorts of small to at-large political parties registered and unregistered have their say to an audience. Costley talked...

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CEO Sam Hudson speaks with ATTICA Project

CEO Sam Hudson speaks with ATTICA Project

Watch thisquality CEO Sam Hudson speak with ATTICA Project Candidates and Board Members. If the live stream does not work, click here to watch it.

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Greens announce new $297m fund for sustainable food and farming

Greens announce new $297m fund for sustainable food and farming

The Greens Party announced a ‘Farming for the Future Plan’ which includes a fund to support farmers and growers, creating more climate-friendly practices. The plan was revealed early Saturday morning (Sept 12). “As we recover from COVID-19, we have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform the way we grow and produce...

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