The Government has thrown $124 million at reducing the country’s growing waste pile, but not everyone agrees that’s enough.
Local Government NZ says the funding should be matched with a “strategic waste plan”, with the goal for New Zealand to be able to process its own waste onshore.
In the last decade, the amount of waste at council landfills has increased by 48 per cent.
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13.4% Yes, more money and time is better spent elsewhere13.4% Complete
86.6% No, NZ's waste and recycling system needs more focus86.6% Complete
This is what Gerry Brownlee would have you believe. I kid you not. And Collins backs her boy.
“The media should ask their own questions,” Gerry’s boss, Judith Collins, the leader of the National Party, sniped at reporters.
National want you to believe that Jacinda Adern deliberately released the virus in to the community to win an election - like she's worried about the outcome, ha ha ha. National, you've lost me.
What word do you associate most with the September 4 earthquake in Canterbury?
As part of Stuff's upcoming coverage of the 10th anniversary of the quake, we want to hear your memories of the day life changed dramatically for so many.
We're collecting your submissions to create a word cloud to be published on the 10th anniversary.
It may be a word that describes how your life or your community has changed, or one that takes you back to that very moment the earth shook on the morning of September 4, 2010.
To share the word you believe best sums up the 10 years since the quake, click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Maree Roberts is a self-confessed workaholic, so when she decided to pack in a demanding career as a business development manager she needed something to fill in her time.
Roberts has lived in Kaiapoi for 30 years, and lost her first home in the Canterbury earthquakes.
She is committed to the region though, and has chosen to support the local community by starting a new retail venture. Read more here.