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Sign up to help collect signatures to keep our assets. read moreApril 27, 2012 4:47 pm - 83 Comments
Master banking contract unearthed - by Russel Norman
New Zealand’s biggest banking contract has been a tightly-guarded secret for 21 years. The Government first signed the master banking contract with Westpac back in 1989 when David Lange was Prime Minister. There has never been a single competitive tender since. The Green Party was the first to highlight this cosy banking relationship last year [...] read moreJune 23, 2011 4:17 pm - 32 Comments
Even among those on the right who will dominate participation in Kiwiblog internet polls, there is no majority support for partial privatisation of the energy SOEs. A scientific 3 News Reid Research poll is showing public opposition to partial privatisation as high as 60%. Which makes sense really, because the idea is sheer economic lunacy. read moreFebruary 22, 2011 8:51 am - 44 Comments