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- If nobody owns your mortgage note then you are in luck
- Free Rice: Addictive, but is it a scam?
- If it sounds too good to be true - it is
- MiniMonos is closing; MinoMonsters is hiring.
- Linewize Acquired by Family Zone (ASX:FZO)
- RSS feeds now on Stuff
- Where does the NZ Government get money?
- BNZ doesn't get it. Time to change banks
- Remove yourself from love lover and crush calculator txts
- Comparing New Zealand to The United States.
- What if every investor pitch deck had a chart like this…..? twitter.com/MaxRobitzsch/s… • 4 hours ago
- RT @LeroyBeckett: @DarbyatCouncil @AklTransport For what it’s worth OnzO is my favourite thing to happen to Auckland Transport since electr… • 4 hours ago
- @barnaclebarnes @jethrocarr @duncangreive @MattNippert The writing was good. The fact checking didn’t exist. This k… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… • 5 hours ago
- RT @duncangreive: Despite his bad opinions about Mariah Carey, I grudgingly acknowledge this excellent reporting from @MattNippert on a sha… • 5 hours ago
- @blauerpunto Be sure to post the results :-) • 18 hours ago
- In which @NZNationalParty seems intent on spending years in the wilderness of opposition. Act like adults if you ev… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… • 18 hours ago
- @blauerpunto Scratch/etc the surface as it develops. • 20 hours ago
- @DEPowell @Speedtest UFB 1g. Via @vibecomnz Stuff fibre can do the same. • 20 hours ago
- RT @ToddScottNBR: @lancewiggs I thought Plunket quit Twitter, he should have stayed quit. • 1 day ago
- @DEPowell @Speedtest speedtest.net/my-result/i/23… Wifi to phone • 1 day ago
DisclaimerThese opinions are my own.
Category Archives: Politics
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