John Black



“I know it’s a high target” said the Herald’s editor, Des Eption, “We usually hover around 60% but on days when we are covering up a government cock up, we can get down to the low 40s”.

Des explained a new raft of measures to increase the amount of truth in the paper.

“For a start, we are going to fire all our millennial journalists. They don’t seem to know the difference between opinion and fact. Next, we are going to ask journalists working on stories to talk to people more than two blocks from their houses. Apparently, people in Ponsonby don’t represent the entire country. And finally, we are going to try something really radical and actually criticize the government.”

In related news, after a late-night meeting with government officials, Des accidentally fell out a 12-storey window and shot himself twice, causing the unfortunate abandonment of the project.

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NZ Herald Launches ‘90% Truth Project’
John Black

John Black

I have had my work published in the Australian Spectator, the New Zealand Herald and several on-line publications. One of the only right-wing people in Education (we hold our meetings in a broom closet)....