NZ Government: Theatre of the absurd

By Jane Clifton In Politics

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16th February, 2013
It’s salutary to see which New Zealand stories make overseas headlines: the millionaire who’s campaigning for us to kill all our cats; the woman who died from drinking too much Coca-Cola; the law-maker who wants us to ban Muslims from aeroplanes. Those wacky Kiwis, eh? Cringe. Actually, it could be worse. Sport-doting Australians are now globally headlined as drug cheats, right in the slipstream of Lance Armstrong fury. Economically beggared, Ireland is now also a sly purveyor of potentially lethal horsemeat and has only just formally apologised to the thousands of young women it ...

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