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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda-NZ- View Post
    Luxon is the laughing stock of the whole police station - police officer.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/politics/350...er-slams-prime

    Another luxon special - the PM claims that new officers are on 90k instead of barely above minimum wage.

    The team who is into free speech doesn't want them speaking to the media.
    Yeah that $90K comment was a big blunder.

    Christ Almighty Chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daytr View Post
    2 things.
    1) technically she is correct. Trainee officers start on $50K + benefits.
    2) She's not the friggin Prime Minister.

    Just how out of touch is Luxon?
    Good stuff as far as Australia is concerned.

    One police station in South Auckland saw a wholesale exodus of police personnel to Australia according to TV3 AM.

    Australia is targeting officers with several years’ experience - let NZ train the rookies and let them continue to be underpaid relative to Australia.

    Very predictable that NZ will lose ever more experienced police officers over the next 15 years - why should any young officers waste their time and risk their lives over here serving in underpaid jobs where racial considerations are more important than controlling crims and gangs.

    Good luck to them and too bad for NZ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda-NZ- View Post
    Luxon is the laughing stock of the whole police station - police officer.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/politics/350...er-slams-prime

    Another luxon special - the PM claims that new officers are on 90k instead of barely above minimum wage.

    The team who is into free speech doesn't want them speaking to the media.
    Not only the PM making fopars.
    Chris Bishop obviously wants to crash the housing market that would have devastating impacts on the economy & banking sector.

    He has been repeatedly said over the last month he wants to FLOOD cities with development land.

    FLOOD the market has been used on several occasions. It is reckless language.
    Who is going to buy or take risk on these developments if they think the market is going to be flooded?

    What impact could that have on property values? Equity ratios for home owners or banks?

    Some home owners will already be on very slim equitity value in their home.
    If values move another 10 or 20% it could create chaos.

    I understand that NZ has a very expensive property market, but this needs to managed carefully and not like the proverbial bull in a china shop. It's a niave approach and grandstanding at the expense of stability in the biggest wealth depository in the country.

    https://www.interest.co.nz/property/...ears-mixed-use

    Language is important, not that you would think that reading some of the playground tit for tat insults on here.

    In a very short time this authoritarian Coalition has managed to insult or enrage Maori, the Disability sector, the Police, Environmental groups and constitutional experts.

    If they crash the housing market it won't just be the voters NAFT don't care about that will be enraged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daytr View Post

    Language is important, not that you would think that reading some of the playground tit for tat insults on here.

    In a very short time this authoritarian Coalition has managed to insult or enrage Maori, the Disability sector, the Police, Environmental groups and constitutional experts.

    If they crash the housing market it won't just be the voters NAFT don't care about that will be enraged.
    Language like the soothing words of kindness and equality by Ardern? Or the big promises of 100,000 kiwibuild homes and most transparent government ever? Then delivering exactly the opposite by stealth and deeitful ways?

    Let's have some straight & frank talking and anyone who is wanting the property market to take off again (including John Key) is warned here and now that they must NOT have their way.

    NZ residential property prices went up 59% in 4 years under Labour from $669,565 in Dec 2017 to a peak $1,063,765 in Jan 2022 - the fastest growth ever, thanks to the government spending like crazy and RBNZ printing money (most in the OECD) and cutting interest rates to virtually zero at the same time.

    Today, average hose price is 925,812 - down 13% but still 38% higher than when Labour took power in 2017.

    The market needs to get real and another 15% down cannot but do good for all NZers in the long term - so CRASH the property market via increased supply.

    Meanwhile, there's always Australia for those who find it all too tough over here and join the 44,000 who left last year.

    https://www.qv.co.nz/price-index/

    PS. As for enraging Maori, who cares? Time they take care of the gangs and the fat cats elite Maori. Fxxk them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balance View Post
    Language like the soothing words of kindness and equality by Ardern? Or the big promises of 100,000 kiwibuild homes and most transparent government ever? Then delivering exactly the opposite by stealth and deeitful ways?

    Let's have some straight & frank talking and anyone who is wanting the property market to take off again (including John Key) is warned here and now that they must NOT have their way.

    NZ residential property prices went up 59% in 4 years under Labour from $669,565 in Dec 2017 to a peak $1,063,765 in Jan 2022 - the fastest growth ever, thanks to the government spending like crazy and RBNZ printing money (most in the OECD) and cutting interest rates to virtually zero at the same time.

    Today, average hose price is 925,812 - down 13% but still 38% higher than when Labour took power in 2017.

    The market needs to get real and another 15% down cannot but do good for all NZers in the long term - so CRASH the property market via increased supply.

    Meanwhile, there's always Australia for those who find it all too tough over here and join the 44,000 who left last year.

    https://www.qv.co.nz/price-index/

    PS. As for enraging Maori, who cares? Time they take care of the gangs and the fat cats elite Maori. Fxxk them.
    OK so you are OK if Bishop crashes the housing market and puts NZ in the biggest economic crisis possible.
    Rightly or wrongly NZers major source of wealth growth has been through tax free property gains.
    To extradite ourselves out of the predicament takes a nuanced approach, not an elephant stamping it's foot!

    You obviously have no clue on what impact another 15% drop in housing valuations, that are already down around 20%, would have during a time when the economy is tanking, will have on the the economy, the banking sector and individuals lives.
    Economic shocks are never a good thing & no one in their right mind deliberately creates one.

    You keep going on about Labour on a the NAFT thread. If you want to talk about Labour post on the right thread.

    And not every action of NAFT can be blamed on Labour unless you think NAFT are bereft of their own ideas or policy or not responsible for their own policy decisions & actions.

    Seriously $%&# Maori? What did I say about language being important? As what you wrote sounds incredibly racist.

    I didn't agree with Labour's over reach in regards Maori rights etc te pua or whatever it was called. But there is no need to go out and antagonize Maori as both David Seymour & NZF have done.

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    Read carefully, Daytr.

    I wrote fxxk them - the gangs and fat cat Maori elites. Fxxked them twice for the divisiveness and crime they brought to NZ for their selfish ends.

    And property prices are not down 20% - don’t you read properly? 13% and another 20% would be good if we care truly about affordable housing in NZ.

    And let’s go ahead and bring in a CGT - it is high time NZ broadens its tax base and introduce fairness across NZ tax base. How can it right for owners to sell their companies for millions of dollars in gains but pay no tax at all?
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    Blubber Balance is thevirtual online terrorist ,full of hate ,racism and divisiveness,North Korea would be a natural fit for this tyrannical inhuman assbot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackcap View Post
    I see Tova is also making herself a laughing stock. Saying Police earn as little as $50k but later in the article actually say that it is $67k for a newbie.
    I think the laugh is on you.
    She clearly asked about the salary of an 'officer in training' which is $56k (including $5k super subsidy). https://www.newcops.govt.nz/about-the-job/pay-benefits
    She probably used that because it fits the $52k entitlement Luxon claimed better.
    A graduate is around $75k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balance View Post
    Thatís the difference between you and me - you are delusional and need medication but you are so indoctrinated you think you are ok!

    Life is good Ö just imagine crystal clear warm tropical sea water snd miles of powdery white sand beach. I am actually looking forward to winter this year - away from NZ!
    Life is indeed very good!
    I'm just back from some time away at Aoraki and looking forward to the next trips this year.
    I, too, will be away for a chunk of winter in Europe.
    The tropical beach will have to wait until our trips later in the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balance View Post
    And let’s go ahead and bring in a CGT - it is high time NZ broadens its tax base and introduce fairness across NZ tax base. How can it right for owners to sell their companies for millions of dollars in gains but pay no tax at all?
    OMG - I can't believe you think this (correctly).
    (Poor grammar expected.)

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