Media watch

28 May 2019

MediaWatch

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  1. Alan Wilkinson

     /  28th May 2019

    Jones on Destiny abuse and its party:
    https://nopunchespulled.com/2019/05/27/the-destiny-church/

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    • NOEL

       /  28th May 2019

      Must admit an getting annoyed with 1 news wasting news time on promotion items without a ” Promoted content” that print media signals .

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  3. Loki

     /  28th May 2019

    Is anybody going to the Blomfield book launch tonight? I am still overseas and can’t make it.
    Would be nice to get some live feedback..

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  4. Seems cynical releasing this just after the headline hogging budget leak story put out there by National.

    Mr Bridges said he could confirm today “female members of Parliament have been part of this process”.

    When asked if the review in full would be released, Mr Bridges said, “what was always the undertaking from me was a summary of the recommendations”.

    “I can assure you it leaves nothing that is important or significant out.”

    Yeah, right.

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  5. Zedd

     /  28th May 2019

    news flash (TV3; 4pm news): Ngaro has dumped plans to form a ‘Christian party’.. he says (paraphrased) ‘Natl is where he intends to stay until next election’

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  6. Zedd

     /  28th May 2019

    more news flashes:

    1) DRUG BUST !!
    5.5oz of meth & about 8oz of herb, plus some guns, bundles of cash, a few gold rings & art-work (?). Echoes of the ‘bad old days’ of the WAR ON DRUGS (1970s) !
    They added that they will be offering rehab./treatment (new Govt, policy)
    BUT.. it still looks like the Cops, cant help themselves, when it comes to ‘the GANGS & DRUGS’ :/ 😦

    oh dear…….

    2) cops attend a protest in Dunedin.. as delegates (Fossil fuel industry) are hassled at a conference in the Town Hall !

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