Media personality Bill Ralston says he is seriously looking
at running for a seat on Auckland Council next year.
A bill allowing bars and to open at any time of the morning
to televise 2015 Rugby World Cup games has passed in
Parliament last night by 99 votes to 21.
Prime Minister John Key implied that mould problems in some
Housing New Zealand homes could be caused by tenants not
ventilating them enough, something his widowed mother was
vigilant about in their Christchurch state house.
A law allowing all bars, pubs and licensed clubs to open and
televise any of the 2015 Rugby World Cup games has been
fast-tracked through Parliament and will be passed tonight.
Rugby league great Graham Lowe has alarmed Jacinda Ardern
after describing her as "a pretty little thing" when asked if
she would make a good Prime Minister.
A late change to health and safety legislation will allow use
of so-called "secret courts" - and that should concern New
Zealanders, the Law Society says.
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