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Tuesday, 04 December

09:00

Understanding Suicide With Vinny Eastwood, Yvette Greenway & Michael Mansfield SOS "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Understanding Suicide With Vinny Eastwood, Yvette Greenway & Michael Mansfield SOS

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00:00

Rural round-up "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Superstar spotlights dairy efforts  Luke Chivers:

DairyNZ Environmental Leaders Forum chairwoman Tracy Brown has won a Sustainable Business Network award. She spoke to Luke Chivers about some of the challenges facing the rural sector.

Waikato dairy farmer Tracy Brown has been named a dairy sustainability champion for inspiring farmers to change on-farm practices, protect waterways, enhance biodiversity and lower their environmental footprints.

She was rewarded for her efforts by winning the Sustainability Superstar category at the NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards.

The award marks a momentous occasion for New Zealands primary industries, Brown says. . . 

Town folks love a good farm story Pam Tipa:

A good story was a key motivator for fourth-generation Helensville farmers Scott and Sue Narbey to open their farm to the public.

The couple opened their farm as part of Fonterras Open Gates 2018 day.

We entered the Ballance Farm Environment Awards and when we started writing down all the good things we were doing we thought we were doing a pretty good job, Scott told Dairy News.

And we were sick of hearing all the bad things and how people perceive dairy farms. . . 

A hand up or corporate welfare? Andrea Fox:

Westland Milk Products, approved for a taxpayer-funded Provincial Growth Fund loan branded corporate welfare by some critics, says it would have been happy for the commercial terms to be disclosed but Government officials rule...

00:00

View from your window "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Where do you think this photo was taken? View from your window has been a very popular series but it has temporarily hit a brick wall. If this time slot is to continue for another year I need lots of you to please e-mail me a photo. They do not have to be exotic locations. They [] The post View from your window appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

Monday, 03 December

23:45

The PERFECT corporate gifts for your staff this Christmas "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Whale Meat Company Gifts Your Staff will know that they are appreciated with a lovely gift of Whale Meat Christmas hams. Whale Meat is your easy, no fuss way to order Christmas hams and you know that they taste just divine! You can find a range of meaty gifts that are suitable for a range [] The post The PERFECT corporate gifts for your staff this Christmas appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

23:36

Landcorp wants more taxes "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Landcorp should be sold. Their political posturing should be stopped.

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State farmer Landcorp wants more taxes:

Conflict has emerged over Government-owned companies being able to influence Government-led inquiries. 

State-owned Landcorp New Zealand, which owns and operates a large number of farms, is facing criticism for welcoming environmental taxes on the sector.

Andrew Hoggard of Federated Farmers says he feels Landcorp are trying to push themselves out to be a bit holier than thou and are throwing other farmers under the bus quite frankly. 

Pmu is Landcorps brand name and it has made a submission to the Governments Tax Working Group saying its not opposed in principle to a well-designed capital gains tax, a levy on fertiliser products containing nitrogen and a price on water usage.

Its all very well for the state farmer to advocate for more taxes when it doesnt have to operate as other businesses do, needing to make a profit to survive.

Federated Farmers says many reject

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23:30

Things that make me go hmm "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Yesterday I saw Jacindas Hanukkah greetings to Jewish people on Facebook and I had to laugh at the irony. She didnt mention at all that it commemorates the rededication of the second temple which is in Jerusalem. Remember dear Oilers that New Zealand, via Ardern via the UN, tells the Jews that Jerusalem is not [] The post Things that make me go hmm appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

23:30

Dole Institute: Ft Leavenworth Series Military History of the Cold War #1/10 Onset of the Cold War, Dr. Sean Kalic "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

A series, brought to the Dole Institute by experts at the military college at Ft. Leavenworth, promised to be an extensive and fascinating look at the historical events that fueled the fires of the Cold War. From Cuba to Korea, to Vietnam and Afghanistan, get an inside look at US tactics and strategies during these world changing events.

23:00

Whaleoil Cultural appropriation competition "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

It appears that the gloves are off and any tradition that has European or Western roots is up for either cultural appropriation or criticism and censorship. The Kiwi Dutch in New Zealand are being chastised for wanting to enjoy their long tradition of a Black Pete character who gives out gifts to children, and now [] The post Whaleoil Cultural appropriation competition appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

22:51

I KNOW THE ANSWER TO THIS ONE ... DO YOU? "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

I have just finished watching the arrival of President George HW Bush's casket at Andrews AFB just outside Washington in preparation for his 'lying in state' at the Capitol.

When the casket was removed from Airforce 1 the Band played 'Hail to the Chief' followed by the 'British National Anthem' as it was escorted to the hearse.

A virtual chocolate fish to the first reader to supply the correct answer.

22:30

PBS Secrets of Britain: Secrets of MI6 (2014) "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

PBS documentary on MI6 the Secret Service, narrator Samuel West

22:30

Child poverty reduction bill destined to fail "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Damien Grant writes an opinion piece at Stuff: quote. I was a little surprised to see the Government has introduced a bill on child poverty. During the last years of the evil Key/English administration barely a week went by without a news story, TV documentary or breathless angst on National Radio about the 40,000 homeless and 200-and-something [] The post Child poverty reduction bill destined to fail appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

22:29

Geoff Murphy 10.38 12.18 "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Well worth watching

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Film director Geoff Murphy has died.

Filmmaker Geoff Murphy has died aged 80. One of the pioneers of the modern New Zealand film industry, hes perhaps best remembered for the highly successful Utu and the road movie with a special place in New Zealanders affections, Goodbye Pork Pie. . . 

Goodbye Pork Pie was the first film I saw that was distinctively  a New Zealand film with places I recognised and people who sounded like people I knew.

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22:02

Geoff Murphy 10.38 12.18 "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Film director Geoff Murphy has died.

Filmmaker Geoff Murphy has died aged 80. One of the pioneers of the modern New Zealand film industry, hes perhaps best remembered for the highly successful Utu and the road movie with a special place in New Zealanders affections, Goodbye Pork Pie. . . 

Goodbye Pork Pie was the first film I saw that was distinctively  a New Zealand film with places I recognised and people who sounded like people I knew.

 

22:01

Heatwaves Will Threaten Everyone "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Veronica Harrod has been studying a UN report and says heatwaves will be the next big climate change and will []

22:00

Speak Up For Women have made 3 reasonable demands "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

We have written previously about the Kiwi group Speak Up For Women who are currently fighting an ideological battle within the feminist left as well as publicly with politicians like Labours Louisa Wall and Green co-leader Marama Davidson. What is it exactly that they are trying to achieve? They summarise their three reasonable demands of [] The post Speak Up For Women have made 3 reasonable demands appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

21:43

Mental Health Inquiry report being released today "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

RNZ:  Govt to release Mental Health Inquiry report today The panel, led by the former health watchdog Ron Paterson, has spent roughly 10 months consulting people around the country, holding more than 400 meetings and considering about 5000 submissions. It delivered a 200 page report and 40 recommendations to the Health Minister David Clark last []

21:30

Insight: Whitebait under threat "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

RNZ Insight

https://podcast.radionz.co.nz/inst/inst-20181130-0810-insight_declining_species_-_can_whitebaiting_continue-128.mp3

One of NZs greatest delicacies is under threat

Insight  Four out of five species whose juveniles make up the whitebait catch are in decline or under threat. Insights Teresa Cowie heads to the West Coast to find out why and what needs to change.

21:30

And they call themselves journalists "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Karl du Fresne has hit the nail on the head in his blog post called The purpose of journalism.  Quote: Todays Dominion Post reproduces part of an editorial from the Sydney Morning Herald commenting on an Australian philanthropists pledge of $100 million to strengthen Australian journalism and help restore faith in its central role in [] The post And they call themselves journalists appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

21:15

Is FRESH Christmas ham still on your to do list? "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Is Christmas Ham still on your list? Why take a risk at Christmas with an unknown ham? Only the Whale Meat Company offers you Restaurant quality cooked on the bone ham that has been taste tested by Oilers AND you can keep it in your fridge for Christmas or New Years! Unopened it will last in your [] The post Is FRESH Christmas ham still on your to do list? appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

21:15

Read the top five posts from yesterday "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Our Whats Hot post and Must Read posts up the top of our home page are based on the two articles from the day before that attracted the most comments. This post is to provide you with the links to the top five most read posts as the vast majority of our readership do not comment and the post with the [] The post Read the top five posts from yesterday appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

21:00

Why KiwiBuild failed to deliver in Wanaka "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Stuff reports that Phil Twyford failed to address Wanakas housing shortage. Quote. While early ballots for KiwiBuild homes were swamped by applicants in Auckland, in Wanaka the deadline had to be extended due to a lack of demand. In the end, three of the ten houses offered went unsold, a grim start for the Governments [] The post Why KiwiBuild failed to deliver in Wanaka appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

21:00

Govt should look in mirror "IndyWatch Feed Nznews"

Fuel prices are coming down which ought to be good news for the government.

But as they drop, the percentage we pay in tax gets higher which only reinforces the knowledge that the governments impost is too high.

It has confirmed that its ordering a market study into the retail fuel market.

This will be an expensive exercise and the Taxpayers Unions says the government could save the money by looking into a mirror, not the market:

Taxpayers Union spokesman Louis Houlbrooke says, The recent spike, and now drop, in petrol prices shows that the markets influence on petrol price varies. What is constant, however, is the Governments fuel tax, which makes up close to 50 per cent of current prices.

The Governments conspicuous hand-wringing over the conduct on petrol companies looks like an attempt to distract from its ongoing tax revenue grab set to escalate with further petrol tax hikes in 2019 and 2020.

The Prime Minister is playing loose with the truth when she says tax revenue goes straight into improving our roads. Her Government has pursued a strategy of raiding excise tax revenues to fund projects motorists dont use like trams and cycleways.

This last point is particularly galling.

High fuel taxes spent on roads would be a form of user-pays which is  a a bit less difficult to swallow than higher fuel taxes for public transport and cycleways.

High fuel prices flow on to the cost of all goods and every service for individuals and businesses.

They also impact on not for profit organisations that provide social services and hit the poorest hardest.

If the government was serious about reducing poverty, it would acknowledge the high cost of fuel is one of the biggest contributing factors and the part tax plays in that.

Reducing, or at least not increasing, fuel taxes would be a simple way to reduce the cost of living and therefore help the people it purports to want to get out of poverty.

 

20:30

The pressures of being a stay-at-home dad "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

who (rumour has it) drives a Maserati Last Sunday gave us a pleasant surprise in the political polls. National had managed to sneak ahead of Labour, recovering just about all of their loss in the previous poll, which had been driven mostly by the Jami-Lee Ross saga. It is heartening to know that Nationals core [] The post The pressures of being a stay-at-home dad appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

20:00

From Banana republic to the OK Corral "IndyWatch Feed Politics.nz"

Further to our recent discussions on the proposed capital gains tax, Stuff has written another article that might provoke some interest. Let us see what you think. quote. Last week I warned the TWGs preferred method of bringing in the new tax which would force every asset to be valued, as at a certain valuation date, adding billions [] The post From Banana republic to the OK Corral appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media.

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