There has been a lot of media over the past week focussed on the need to improve the prisons. I must say that I have been disturbed by Kelvin Davis’ ‘blame the victim’ stance.
In times of crisis, leadership is tempered.
I am honestly not sure who is advising Minister Kelvin Davis, but his surprising decision this week to attack People Against Prisons Aotearoa (PAPA) and refer their pamphlets calling on prison reform to the Police for supposedly inciting the prison riot at Waikeria prison is such a desperately wrong footed move one is left wondering what on earth he thinks he's doing.
If the strategy is counting on human nature as your barrier to stopping the spread of the pandemic you are doomed to fail.
It is depressing as Kris Faafoi throws another $50m at woke media and corporate media that NZ on Air could never, will never manage to make anything half as intelligent as Can't Get You Out of My Head.?
Another cased of COVID-19 in the community was not the news anyone wanted to hear on a Saturday evening, Mayor Goff said tonight. “I understand...
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Let's put aside the rage many Aucklanders feel at this never ending cavalcade of blunders and missteps in South Auckland.
How to explain such wilful cultural vandalism? What drives RNZ’s Generation X bosses to tear down the public broadcaster’s proud tower with such venomous spite?
THAT LABOUR’S MAORI CAUCUS is potentially powerful cannot be doubted. It is large, has a strong leader in Willie Jackson, and is surrounded by well-meaning Pakeha progressives who struggle to say “No” to its demands. For Maori, it is difficult to imagine a more encouraging political environment.
In another life, I think Simon Bridges would have been an actor.
It is unacceptable to have Israel’s vaccination programme constantly misrepresented in the New Zealand media.
Just when you didn't think 2020 could get more cray, BOOM!
Jesus wept this is embarrassing... Progressive Home Ownership Scheme houses just 12 families in seven months The government is under pressure after having housed just 12...
After 5 years, the NZ Police have apologised and settled my complaint against their breach of my privacy and civil rights during their deeply flawed case against Nicky Hager. The formal apology is as follows.