John Key visits Chatham Islands
Thu, 20 Sep 2012 6:20p.m.
Prime Minister John Key is making his first visit to Chatham Islands, and he's even staying the night.
He's there to talk with the island's population about their issues - which mainly revolve around infrastructure problems.
3 News reporter Tova O'Brien is in the Chatham Islands.
Watch the video to see the story.
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21/09/2012 8:40:09 a.m.
Jonkey you and our local coucil and enterprise trust are drivng us Chatham Islanders away.HAVE YOU TAKEN ANY NOTICE.Our rates and power wil probably go up to pay for your trip.The way you are treating us it will only be you and your wanna beez left on our beautiful island.PLEASE RESPECT OUR TIPUNA THEN.
20/09/2012 11:40:32 p.m.
John Key is the LAST person you should go to for advice - he can't even look after his own country, let alone somebody elses! I vote no confidence!
20/09/2012 9:01:48 p.m.
So is this another sham like the water rights huis, and the Chch school closures or is he actually going to listen for once?
20/09/2012 8:51:06 p.m.
Richie H wrote:
About time the Prime dude,touched base with our fellow kiwis!
20/09/2012 7:25:36 p.m.
jacky webber wrote:
Just wondering if there is a big enough pot down there for him?
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