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    Default Ban On Single Use Plastic Politicians Sept 2020

    Election 2020
    19 Sept 2020 is GE Day.


    Taxcindarella has spoken, committing Labour to a "positive, factual and robust" campaign, with Labour signing up to a Facebook initiative to track advertising to avoid the spread of 'fake news'.

    Oh? 10,000 new, affordable houses per year, anyone?

    Labour signing up to Facebook tool that tracks political ads

    Jacinda Ardern signs up for Facebook's advertising transparency rules

    Unfortunately, I don't have a house plant I dislike enough to kill by throwing up in its growing medium.
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    I think it might even be a landslide victory for Labour in the Election as they are now stealing National's thunder with investment in roading etc.

    cheers,

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    Default Look! No, Not There! Over Here!

    Right, lots for roads, nothing for affordable houses.

    But you're probably right. Overall the NZ voting constituency is as dumb as several short, borer-ridden planks.
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    They need all that miles & miles of new roading to connect to the 100,000 new free houses!
    Twytford is on to it.
    Oh wait...
    The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates and a monthly salary - Fred Wilson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donna View Post
    I think it might even be a landslide victory for Labour in the Election as they are now stealing National's thunder with investment in roading etc.

    cheers,

    Donna
    I wonder how many people go into the poling booth and think this:

    " I think I will vote for that nice lady,
    what a nice family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuck View Post
    I wonder how many people go into the poling booth and think this:

    " I think I will vote for that nice lady,
    what a nice family.
    I'm picking she 'announces' her wedding date a week before the election...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsterbishi View Post
    I'm picking she 'announces' her wedding date a week before the election...
    Can we even go back to the days of glass bottles?
    Or is there some sort of alternative?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsterbishi View Post
    I'm picking she 'announces' her wedding date a week before the election...
    I'm picking that the wedding won't be before the election.

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    Was it Maggie Thatcher who said they were like nappies?

    Use once, changed and disposed of, for the same reasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuck View Post
    Can we even go back to the days of glass bottles?
    Or is there some sort of alternative?
    If you remember the fun juveniles used to have smashing bottles on pavements, roads etc, umm glass isn't the answer - not great for tyres.

    But a combo of glass for some product and cardboard used too where viable. I guess plastic is great for weight, longevity and cost.

    Where are all those inventors when you need them
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