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A move to modernise rubbish collection in Hutt City or a backward step to create a monopoly and force local firms out of business?
Those are the conflicting views of a council decision to introduce a new waste collection and kerbside recycling system. Opponents claim that council-supplied wheelie bins will create a monopoly and force a number of firms that supply bins to close down, with a loss of local jobs.
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52.2% Yes52.2% Complete
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Rosemary’s voice has provided comfort to anxious, lonely and depressed callers on the Samaritans helpline for five decades.
She is known as Rosemary 23, the call number assigned on her return to the Samaritans in 1973. She first joined in February 1966, as soon as she left school and was old enough to train as a volunteer, and was originally known as Rosemary 111 – the first in the eleventh training group of 1966.
Wellington Samaritans can be reached at 0800 726 666, available 24/7.
If Labour is re-elected, the school decile system will be gone and a new "Equity Index" put in place. It's aim is to increase resources for the most disadvantaged students in New Zealand. What do you think? Has Chris Hipkins got it right? Will our kids be better off, or is it just a new name on an old system?
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