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Could Media Speculation Sink Trump’s Booming Economy?

With the US economy booming it’s hard to imagine a recession but because other markets are not faring anywhere nearly as well, adverse speculation could impact the US. Donald Trump has once again lashed out at the media, but this time to...

12,183 Firearms Handed into Police

The NZ Police have confirmed that Firearms owners have handed in 12,183 firearms at over 100 events held nationwide 5 weeks into the buy-back scheme. 7573 firearms owners have been processed, and they have handed in a total of 10,844 prohibited firearms as...

View From Your Window

Where do you think today’s photo was taken? [email protected] Please put View From My Window in the subject line Yesterday's view was Ponte Vecchio, Florence, Italy. VFYW NOTE: We prefer photos to be from...

Who Did it Better?

By Nechtan Many songs get covered or re-interpreted, the covers often being more successful than the original. Here are some cover versions of one song along with the original, let us know in the comments which is your favourite, or if you don’t like...

A Corrections System that Puts Prisoners First

National party press release: Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis has created a culture of leniency in our prison system which puts prisoners ahead of victims and public safety. New Zealanders confidence in Corrections will rightly be eroding after revelations that dangerous prisoners...

The Right to Write

There have been many articles written this week about whether or not the Christchurch terrorist should be allowed to write letters. Many liberals who supported abolishing the death penalty and supported the homosexual law reform bill have reacted emotionally to this issue and are not interested...

Alan Jones Unloads Plenty on Ardern

What is it about our media that, with one or two exceptions, they seem orgasmically wired to our prime minister. The endless items of witless trivia that impregnate the pages of today’s newspapers and magazines belie the true identity of the woman. It’s beyond time that...

The Death of Science, Steel & Sincerity. RIP.

On March 5th 2019 retiring National MP Nathan Guy, rose in the House of Parliament to ask a question of government minister Damien O’Connor: “Does he stand by his statement last year to Rural News that when it comes to increasing costs on farmers, they should—and...