Thu, 24 Jan 2013 6:13p.m.
There was one clear instance of dissent at Ratana today - the Greens announced their new housing policy.
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14/02/2013 4:27:21 p.m.
Key talks of monopoly, hmmmm...fonterra, foodstuffs and progressive, telecom before the loop was unbundled,...NZ is the game Monopoly and has been for a very long while. Key, stop the lip service and actually do something about this cliff we are in danger of collectively jumping off. At least the Greens are coming up with new ideas, still waiting for anything other than the same old rubbish spilled by this lot of greedy blue boys.
7/02/2013 2:47:15 p.m.
Key isn't thinking straight! If he knew anything about the game Monopoly he would realize that NZ is like one huge game of monopoly right now with overseas investors able to buy our properties!
31/01/2013 2:02:48 p.m.
The Green and Labour are correct' you can sell houses without a deposit and that includes rules and regulation of it security and proposal.
$200 to $350 minimum weekly payments toward morgages of $300,00-
$400,000 over 25 years is amble of time to pay it off unless you come in to some luck than you can pay it off.
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