Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to receive COVID-19 Vaccine before public, to show leadership

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to receive COVID-19 Vaccine before public, to show leadership

Though there’s hesitancy, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern should receive the COVID-19 vaccination by going hard and early to show leadership in New Zealand. However, the PM’s decision not to jump to the front of the queue is abruptly showing there is not enough courage but has gotten support from opposition...

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LIVE: COVID-19 update 24th March, 2021 at 1pm

LIVE: COVID-19 update 24th March, 2021 at 1pm

COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins and the Director-General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield, will provide an update to the media today at 1.00 pm.   Image: Gettyimages Video: Ministry of Health

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Chris Hipkins welcomes joint MP Office on Kāpiti Coast

Chris Hipkins welcomes joint MP Office on Kāpiti Coast

COVID-19 Response Minister and Parliament MP Chris Hipkins welcomed the opening of Kāpiti Coast’s new electorate Office for ŌtakiMP Terisa Ngobi and Mana MP Barbara Edmonds. At first, a confession had to be made within a speech to the public ceremony opening event. “Good morning, everybody. It is absolutely fantastic...

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Barbara Edmonds, Terisa Ngobi open joint MP Office on Kāpiti Coast

Barbara Edmonds, Terisa Ngobi open joint MP Office on Kāpiti Coast

Mana MP Barbara Edmonds and Ōtaki MP Terisa Ngobi, members of Parliament who represent the electorates, held a special joint Office opening ceremony for the public. Together, they have called their team ‘manaaki’, which will provide and listen to locals of the two electorates’ regions. “That is a combination of...

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Matthew Tukaki: ‘More than a thousand of our Whānau sleep in their cars’

Matthew Tukaki: ‘More than a thousand of our Whānau sleep in their cars’

Chair of Oranga Tamarikis’ Ministerial Advisory Board and Māori Council CEO Matthew Tukaki has come out to hear feedback on a Facebook post that mentions the large housing crisis in New Zealand. He expressed his thought for share about how many families have to sleep in their cars in Auckland and...

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Conspiracy Theorist Kim Lucas-Reade thinks COVID-19 Vaccines track people – video

Conspiracy Theorist Kim Lucas-Reade thinks COVID-19 Vaccines track people – video

Conspiracy Theorist Kim Lucas-Reade thinks out of all factors that COVID-19 Vaccines can ‘track and trace’ people after getting the jab. Vaccines do not track and trace people, nor is there a ‘product’ (device) being inserted. But she wants to be proven wrong that her claims are not spreading misinformation...

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‘what a slap in the face’ Horticulture Industry want workers – ACT

‘what a slap in the face’ Horticulture Industry want workers – ACT

ACT Party Primary Industries spokesperson Mark Cameron and Immigration spokesperson James McDowall say there needs to be a slap in the face to the horticulture industry. “What a slap in the face to the horticulture and viticulture sectors today’s $350,000 ‘wellbeing support package’ is as they face losses in the...

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Conspiracy Theorists park car in middle of road to spread misinformation

Conspiracy Theorists park car in middle of road to spread misinformation

A group of Conspiracy Theorists stopped in the middle of the road outside Whangārei Inland Revenue (IRD) to spread misinformation about COVID-19. Captured from a live stream on Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahikas’ Facebook page shows a blue Ute park up in the middle of the road on Bank Street....

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Auditor-General asked to investigate Ihumātao funding

Auditor-General asked to investigate Ihumātao funding

The Auditor-General John Ryan has faced comments from political groups ACT and National, who requested that he investigate the funding of Ihumātao. Following the Treasury’s concerns, who told the Government to go against using Land for Housing funds, it puts the spotlight onto a failure of promises not kept with...

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ACT: ‘Government tried to hide Ihumātao link to Treaty Settlements’

ACT: ‘Government tried to hide Ihumātao link to Treaty Settlements’

ACT Party Leader David Seymour says the current Government has been caught ‘red-handed’ regarding the Treaty of Waitangi. A spend of around $30 million taxpayers’ money has accomplished a move away from Ihumātao, which has in-turn covered up certain aspects of truths. “When the deal was announced on 17 December...

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