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All Kiwis who buy shares in the Government's partial asset sales of state energy companies will get free loyalty shares if they hold them for three years.
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23/07/2012 4:11:46 p.m.
NZ booted out the losers in 2008....clark, cullen and the rest of the "out of touch champagne pinkos". Things have been far better since.
23/07/2012 2:48:44 p.m.
their is the rich young ruler shaking hands with some body we all know what happened to the rich young ruler don't we . its in the gospel of mark chapter ten .
23/07/2012 1:58:28 p.m.
Go to a popular bar in Hamilton and you can see over 1500 people through it on a busy evening. We dont have them as large as Auckland.Ah, but Hamilton is 'Where its Happening' which must be one of the most stuppid catch phrases for any town/city in NZ. While the opposition parties are definately where its not happening.Take a rugby match at Eden Park and even with empty seats, can easily get over 30,000.The protests are a joke, with the protestors about outnumbered by media in some instances.Eg take a little rain. The organising melted in the rain and the few protestors shrunk to even fewer in the wet. It wasn't even cold in Auckland! Imagine a frost, or a bit of snow like they get further south.Its like the Maori protests where they hired a few buses with govt funding to walk the length of NZ. They drove around to find spots to create the most disruption, then exited the buses to walk a few metres for the media coverage. Protesting at its most pathetic. Then after getting some takeaways/rest stops from the hard walk off the bus, everyone back on the free bus and onto the next disruption. Some were even paid to be on that protest!Typically a protestor is collecting welfare as working NZ tends to go to work, not yelling/screaming and waving political signage paid for out of taxpayers money for this/that opposition MP's office.
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