Mon, 11 Feb 2013 6:11p.m.
A spat's broken out between John Tamihere and Social Development Minister Paula Bennett over a $1.4 million Government contract.
Read the full story »
Post a Comment
Before commenting, please take the time to read our moderation guide
(Won't be published)
13/02/2013 8:20:22 p.m.
All i see is the bickering that caused the gap is still continuing, causeing the gap to widen.The truth is that neither Bennette nor Tamahere are any good on their own.BUT together they could find solutions rather than creating more problems.They both claim to want the same things for our babies and the futre of Aotearoa.Who better to do it than two of Aotearoa own finest.Work together to keep us together.Your boss can't be trusted.
12/02/2013 1:48:27 p.m.
look tv3 how to you expect me to take some one like paula seriously a person who lived on the dpb almost all her life and welfare then when she gets into parliament she sings a completly diffrent tune . so dont force her on me becouse she has no credibility she was a life long welfare recipient whom had it not been for welfare would not be were she is today . fair enough i think .
11/02/2013 9:33:07 p.m.
Like Desiree alot of families benefited from these services and failing these families is because they have had some input but now its being taken away,ripped out from under them. They are failing them because the families want to keep there kaimahi but are not allowed, like alot of contracts. They were not one of the worst performing family start providers that just isn't true. That programme was working but "the contract was ripped up" before the time given to remedy earlier hiccups. Like alot of Maori provider contracts, set up to fail or way under funded, eg; DSM 1 nurse 3 disease states.Mainstream, 1 disease state a specialist and a team for a respiratory patient?? Wake up and smell the coffee people ! !
A Work and Income employee has emailed the private details of 34 beneficiaries to another claimant by mistake.
Child Youth and Family has been forced to admit it didn't intervene in a case of severe child neglect because it lost the family.
The Government says its crackdown on benefit fraudsters hasn't come at the expense of catching white-collar criminals.
Five-hundred-twenty-five people have had their benefits cancelled after being caught cheating the system to the tune of $5.6 million a year.
Labour has found its replacement for Parekura Horo...
The latest 3 News/Reid Research poll shows Labour ...
Auckland, our biggest city, is forecast to grow by...
The Nation reporter Torben Akel took a close look ...
The fight over the Ikaroa-Rawhiti electorate is on...
Copyright © 2013 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.