At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all.
"The TVNZ Colmar Brunton poll confirms the earlier one was rogue.
But don't we love a poll? Bet you David Seymour is loving the polls."
"What a joke, what a bust, and what a farce. Say one thing, do another and bulldozed by the Greens.
The ultimate committee policy where literally no one is happy.
You can't run countries that way."
"Nothing against the bloke, but when the Greens meet you at the airport, and you're here for a festival with clearly no intention of going home and you’ve already been accepted to America and suddenly, bam, you're in.
It doesn’t add up."
"Went out with a zing and sent some salient messages with it.
Well done her."
"Gone with class and style in the valedictory week.
Good stories, good memories, some cold realisations, and a bright future she won't regret."
"Spending, tick. Jobs, almost a tick.
New statistics show there is a recovery of sorts, let's hope it holds."
Shaun "The Dark Destroyer" Wallace.
He is a good guy. He loves his name.
And in such matters if the so-called victim isn't actually a victim, but in fact perfectly happy, then the luvvies can back the hell up."
Super Rugby Aotearoa and The Crusaders v Hurricanes.
"Adding value to the competition by providing proof that on your day anything is possible, and it's not automatically a forgone conclusion."
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