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Kelvin Davis: 1/10
"Idiot of the week.
Not everyone who thinks you shouldn’t be able to take the law into your own hands or is deputised by a government held ransom by Māori is a racist."
Government Ignoring Covid Health Advice: 2/10
"The revelation of the week. We have a government that basically spins a line.
Follow the health advice until they're busted.
Some reporters said this week it became political. Heads up, it was always political"
"No really bad news yet, more optimism than fear, and more upside than trouble.
Changing Rules Around Vaccine Mandates: 3/10
"This is getting messy.
From fast food outlets to schools. Who knows what's what, and when you don’t, it becomes shambolic."
Dairy Sector: 10/10
"The farmers and the cows are paying the bills, breaking the records, providing hope, and a reminder that growing stuff is our way out of this mess."
Boris Johnson: 2/10
"Between the Afghanistan inquiry, the Christmas party that was illegal, and plan B, that’s a miserable week."
Car Sales: 8/10
"Yet another record month in November.
Hands up if you haven't bought a car this year."
Liam Lawson, Marcus Armstrong and Shane Van Gisbergen: 8/10
"All flying the flag from behind the wheel from Jeddah to Bathurst.
Winning is winning, no matter where you are."
Christmas Races in Invercargill: 8/10
"A lot got cancelled this week, but the racing didn’t.
Have an awesome time."
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