Monthly Archives: September 2017

Walter Nash was here – a poem.

  Walter Nash was here     Walter Nash was here here when the Miners Hall was here here when we were kids kids in the Fancy Dress Ball when the town was all Labour voters   Walter Nash was … Continue reading

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“Me, me, me – or us?” The choice on 23 September is as old as humanity.

My childhood State house in Aorangi Road, Bryndwr, Christchurch. Here it is: just like the one John Key grew up in and posed grinning in front of last year, as the sale of 2,500 of these homes was mooted. For … Continue reading

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