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Just soooo much easier than saying only NZ citizens
can own land, property and businesses in NZ. Gives
them a bit more dosh for o'seas junkets, spouses
subsidised air travel, ex-PM perks, etc.
It was mentioned on the wires, yesterday, too.
The comments are mostly agin the TPPA
If this disaster does happen, any betters on not
even half the $1B will be realised, nett, by 2025.
With luck, I just might live long enough to collect
or pay, as the case may be.
I thought that's what excesses were for?
Besides: one's private sector, so it's not
an even comparison.
But who will replace the inept JC?
PPPs were always going to be problematic.
Absolute, total and utter BS. The USA will protect its
local farmers in any way it can. The costs to NZ in
other, unspoken (aka conveniently not mentioned)
areas will be huge.
Fascinating. Is that a form
of discrimination, I wonder?
It's a misnomer, at best. When a product or service is freely traded
it goes from one country to another. When it's a telephonic service
like a call centre, it's little more than a mirage-like...
Free trade movement of goods and service resources is a cruel and diabolical
myth, for so long as FTAs exclude free movement of human resources.
Might be that the comment provoking that response
was about power over its internal domestic affairs.
E.g. Pharmac, State Housing, SOEs, etc.
On-line saver accounts that I currently
administer are now 4% before RWT.
Wonder what the OCR change will do
to that figure?
What return are they getting on that investment, presently?
Empty homes during a housing crisis are a riddle
How long ago was the last census?
Frying pan or fire, then?
Always the same carping cant: more money.
Never heard is a clarion goal of less costs.
Yet, ironically, National is as racist as a political party gets. One
only has to view the antics of Chris Whinlayson to see how.
Could the Sandy Springs
example work here?
You forgot about the penalties and interest they can charge.
Wouldn't it be just if LLs could do that to tenants who were
But, to be fair, Councils have to provide certain...
What about the closing point:
Get Used To It!
Did you spot the section number or the
expression: "general competence?"
The etymology of pakeha is by no means settled among linguists.
One common attribution is "flea bringer [to the house]"from pa,
meaning house and keha meaning flea.
I've looked at the local government legislation, but could not find what I was seeking.
Supposedly a Labour gummint amended the Act to give Council's greater 'powers' by
Welcome to NZ - where everyone
is treated equally. Well, sort-of.