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Today in Rock History

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Amazon Show Features a Pro-life Scene

Something magical appears to have been gifted to us out of the writers’ strike that gripped Hollywood for five months and delayed fall and winter show premieres – we are seeing much less liberal propaganda as these delayed shows finally roll out.

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The UK May Run out of Tea!

British people are known around the world for their love of tea. This is borne out by the statistics: a staggering 50 billion cups of tea are consumed…

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Finnish Study Debunks Popular Question

‘Would You Rather a Dead Daughter or a Living Son?’

It’s a question so commonly encountered by parents seeking help for their gender-dysphoric child that it’s almost become a meme — and a morbid one at that.

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Unbelievable

In today’s Post newspaper correspondence Michael Barnett, has come up with a brilliant idea re funding the City Council. Specifically, he suggests imposing taxes on city commercial sites.

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Damien Grant

Half a century back newspapers were everyone’s principal news source. But in the face of the new digital option with its immediacy, they’ve gone over like ninepins and the handful surviving, knowing the game is up, are all actively trying to build a pay-per-view digital option.

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NZ Elections and Dark Money

Elections in the United States are dominated by big money. But what isn’t commonly understood is that most of it is raised and spent, not by the political parties and candidates for office, but by special interest groups who run their own election campaigns to influence the outcome. Billions of dollars are channelled into campaign…

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Peaceful Gathering on Parliament Steps

Doctors from New Zealand Doctors Speaking Out with Science (NZDSOS) will be on the Parliament steps on Thursday 29 February at 1 pm, and will speak and hand over a letter demanding that the covid injections be ceased due to the overwhelming danger signals.

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Why Do I Hate Australians?

Musing on our recent 3-0 drubbing at the hands of the Australian cricket team in the T-20 series, I had to ask myself why it hurt so damn much. Any other team…England, India, South Africa, and Russia (if they played cricket- their only sports seem to be naked bear wrestling and playing chicken with Ukrainian…

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Is Labour a Spent Force?

Normally after an electoral drubbing such as the Labour government received last year one can safely assume that in another two or three election cycles there will be a path back to power.

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Day 144 of the War: News in Brief

Several incidents yesterday signalled a ratcheting up of tensions between Israel and Hezbollah on the northern border and an escalation of military actions on both sides.

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Nashy Gives Labour a Good Kick in the Cods

Stuart Nash, unencumbered by having to tow the party line is throwing his former colleagues under the bus as Labour and other crim-friendly groups start shouting about the coalition Government honouring yet another promise.

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Lockdown Death of the Day?

Nikitalove Brampton Tekotia, 24, pleaded guilty last March to the manslaughter of Arapera Fia, who was beaten to death at their Weymouth, South Auckland home during the city’s strict 2021 Covid-19 lockdown.

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