UnitedFuture finds fault with all political parties- well, almost all

Peter Dunne Thursday, May 4, 2017 Richard Nixon coined the phrase “the silent majority” to describe the body of Americans he saw as supporting his unpopular policies in Vietnam, while there was protest and unrest in the streets all around. Nixon’s “silent majority” were the classic WASPs – the White, Anglo Saxon, Protestants who duly delivered him one of the…

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New Zealand’s top scholar announced

Nikki Kaye Wellington, May 3, 2017 Former Hamilton Boys’ High School student Christopher Mayo was presented with the Prime Minister’s Award for Academic Excellence by Education Minister Nikki Kaye this morning at the New Zealand Qualifications Authority’s annual Top Scholar Awards ceremony held at Parliament. The Top Scholar awards recognise the top achieving students from the most recent New Zealand…

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Gerry Brownlee to discuss policy changes in Australia

Supplied Content Wellington, May 3, 2017 Foreign Affairs Minister Gerry Brownlee is in Australia today, his first visit as Foreign Minister. The highlight of his visit is a meeting his Australian counterpart Julie Bishop in Sydney tomorrow (Thursday). “Given the close intersect of trans-Tasman values and interests both globally and regionally, I am deliberately meeting my Australian counterpart as early…

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