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- About Lance
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- Where does the NZ Government get money?
- How to win at team building exercises
- Comparing Trade Me and eBay by the numbers
- Contact Lance
- @styler Māori Party never had real power - they were a junior partner. A proper deal means agreed terms. • 56 minutes ago
- @styler A suitable coalition agreement. • 2 hours ago
- @PeteDGeorge @southernrata Let’s get @NZGreens to the negotiating table at least. • 3 hours ago
- @chriswerry @NZNationalParty The point of a coalition is to each agree to policies not on your list. • 3 hours ago
- RT @southernrata: @lancewiggs If this included the entire sincere adoption of Mending the Safety Net and Marama D as MSW minister I would c… • 4 hours ago
- @nzben @NZNationalParty With @JulieAnneGenter as transport minister? :-) • 5 hours ago
- RT @nzben: Tell you what: if @NZNationalParty agrees to every single one of these, plus rail to the airport in 3 years, I'll back a Nat-Gre… • 5 hours ago
- @grant_farquhar @casmo85 and kickbacks in cash for reducing emissions… overall neutral per sector. • 13 hours ago
- @styler That’s not something to compromise - and Nats eve made it a policy. • 13 hours ago
- RT @casmo85: @lancewiggs Yep Nats will need the tax cuts. Wish Green Party was more pragmatic - my circles just can't understand it. Can yo… • 13 hours ago
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