And it was a lot more than $55m…
You wanted it. You’re getting it.
Something needs to change.
Young people no longer associate “prosperity” with today’s Labour party.
Luxon’s coalition talks may test patience, but as in business, a hasty deal isn’t always the best deal.
Radicals clinging to the status quo.
When people say “there will be consequences,” it’s a threat.
The ‘revolving door’ is alive and well.
Time to dismantle it completely?
Ready to rark it up.