Fri, 08 Feb 2013 6:07p.m.
Controversial Minister of Education Hekia Parata visited an empty site in North Canterbury this afternoon.
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10/02/2013 1:27:37 a.m.
JPMorganChase owns talent2. wouldn't be surprised if its another toxic investment. '3rd party repo' on the tax payer.
9/02/2013 2:22:19 p.m.
Just Me wrote:
She has visited an empty site for a proposed school.This National government are starting their early electioneering campaigns.They well know they have cooked their goose but are trying anyway.
Harsh as this may sound but I suggest the only 'empty site' Parata needs to go to is the one between her ears.
She isn't exactly an ideal Minister but I guess Key wants her in sight as she is Maori,a woman and of course "eye candy" that is looks good on camera.
9/02/2013 12:50:44 p.m.
kiwi against jk wrote:
Parata has learnt nothing. If she had, she would have resigned like Lesley Longstone did. She just likes the power and money too much, typical Nat.
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