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From July 1 onwards…

… TVNZ7 will be gone,

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New Zealand’s only public service, non-commercial TV broadcaster will be closed down – another casualty of National’s ideological mania for cost-cutting and gutting of our public services.

The National Party does not build social services – it cuts them. And where they can get away with it, National will close down or privatise  a social service.

This is what the public of New Zealand gets when they vote for a National government.

It is up to a Labour-led government to eventually re-build what National has wrecked.

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Additional

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2500 jobs cut, but only $20m saved

Biosecurity cut backs leaves industry vulnerable

MFat cost-cutting plan in a shambles

Key backs cut-off for cheap homes plan

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  1. noel f
    27 June 2012 at 12:46 pm

    A bunch of cargo cultists who have imposed their failed view of the world on us all. Economic loonies.

  2. 27 June 2012 at 1:16 pm

    Sounds about right, Noel. *thumbsup*

  3. samwise
    28 June 2012 at 10:18 am

    TVNZ7 has some good stuff on it, Typical of this government to can it, They wouldn’t know a good deal if they tripped over it.

  4. Theodore
    28 June 2012 at 11:49 am

    One thing you can always count on when voters get a brain-fart and elect a NACT government is that the tories will start slashing public services. If they could sell off or close down Radio New Zealand, they would.

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