Monthly Archives: May 2014

Getting a fair go

I have an opinion piece in the Herald on Sunday this morning. We all deserve to get a fair go In the United States, when politicians want to connect with voters they talk about freedom. It’s a big deal: any … Continue reading

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Out and about

I’ve had a busy few months. My team and I have visited Taihape, Taumarunui, Shannon, Sanson, Bulls, Marton, Feilding and Himitangi Beach. We’ve worked the phones every Wednesday evening. We’ve gone to markets here, there and everywhere to talk to … Continue reading

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The fairness, or not, of secondary tax

I have a post up at Public Address on secondary tax. “What are you going to do about secondary tax?” people ask me. “It’s not fair to charge people more tax just because they’ve got a couple of part time … Continue reading

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