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TREMAIN: The Book

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zespritz
zespritz
10 ago 2023

I call upon Sir Bob Jones to favor the Nation with another of his Famous Books, one following in the tradition of the "The Achievements of the Third Labor Government.

Perhaps he might include a foreward of statistical measures upon entering Govt and upon exiting Govt. Say concisely 3 pages, followed by the usual Chapter headings, The rest can be as Sir Bob knows a largely blank folio. Perhaps as a conclusion, there might be a list of legislation, regulations, policies announced and Measures announced from the Minister of Finance, that had singularly failed. I expect if it was a limited edition signed by members of the incoming coalition, it might raise a good penny for the new incumbents.

This…


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Yes indeed . Great stuff !!!

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Rusling Mcgehan
Rusling Mcgehan
08 ago 2023

Just on the proposed tunnels as an option of a new harbour bridge, the northshore doesn't have a rail system so including this into the tunnel plans is as dumb as custard.

We know the clip ons are compromised but if the main bridge structure still has some integrity heavy transport could still use the bridge. The new crossing could utalize the existing supports from the bridge and build new ones to support either the clip ons or a new set of lanes on either side.

OR, have a bridge from the Fergusson wharf to meet Akoranga Drive. The bridge height needs to allow passenger ships to pass under, then with an on/off ramp at Devonport and after that along…


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zespritz
zespritz
10 ago 2023
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Ngataringa Bay, a depository of sludge and muck the residue of the old Navy Dump, the ancient Devonport gas works, and rubbish tipping point for Devonport residents for 50 years, Not the best choice of route structurally, but no less a problem than the Northwestern route over mud to TeAtatu. These tunnel options are very limited in their ongoing carriage capacity. They are prone to major problems in the event of an accident and create a energy cost to move vast volumes of exhaust air over decades of use. In a city of some 20 volcanoes and craters, some as late as only 900 years old, only a fool would design tunnels when any form of overland system were practical,…

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And now they can add the GINGER NUT CHIPPY’s DREAMS Of THREE TUNNELS 🤪🤪 Did they talk to the chief engineer doing the drainage tunnel I’m sure he said the small drainage tunnel was proving to be a challenge Let alone a big rail tunnel The ground is not suitable for tunnelling in the North Island. 😢😢😢

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A top Gisborne scientist has retained the support of the council he represents despite posting vitriol about the government.


Gisborne District Council principal scientist Murry Cave has been instrumental in assessing land and properties following Cyclone Gabrielle, fronting media and dealing with affected parties on the ground.


The content dates back to at least November 2022 and includes an underlying theme of disdain for the current government.


It includes allegations the government is racist, radical, anti-democratic, and home to bullies and corrupt ministers.


Cave also claimed the Mongrel Mob was campaigning for Labour and called for an end to Three Waters, the Tenancy Tribunal, ute tax and a “bloated government”.

“Wish we had John Key now rather than the idiots…


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zespritz
zespritz
04 ago 2023

It will never get out, it will be held up in the Printers, as injunction after injunction is heard, over alleged misinformation and the reporting fake news, and likely influencing a voter with misleading information. Publication stillborn like its promises.

However if Hager were to write a book. If he were to pull the whole timeline apart like he did with Hollow Men, if he analyzed in-depth the whole caucus of the hollow woman, then we might see something for the record.

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