Thu, 08 Nov 2012 6:09p.m.
New Zealand's unemployment rate has shot up to 7.3 percent, with another 13,000 people out of work in the past three months.
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21/11/2012 8:50:12 a.m.
Right on, WISEACRE! You got it
16/11/2012 8:38:59 p.m.
This country was screwed a long time ago, John Key is just having to deal with more crap then other PMs had to. But being suprised by this seems weird, i guess with people wanting to claim water(just grab a bucket and take the damn water) he couldn't focus on more pressing and important matters.
15/11/2012 2:54:49 a.m.
I can't believe we have two more years of this guy. I have tried to be reasonable, I have supported him on the increase in the cost of prescriptions and have defended him at the uncontrollable public outrage at his recent discriminatory comments, but there's simply too many examples of dishonesty there and I will never be able to get any confidence back in him.
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