New Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr is under fire from former EQC minster Gerry Brownlee after his comments on the difficulty of investing in the Christchurch rebuild. Orr said the following about his time at the NZ super fund: “My single biggest frustration when I was at the Super Fund was the inability to be … Continue reading Orr should remain politically neutral
National MPs were not at the latest business committee meeting, making it look like they boycotted the meeting. The business committee is where important decisions about how the house is run are suggested to the house itself, and almost always come into effect. The reason for the boycott, according to an unnamed stuff source was: … Continue reading National’s boycott makes no sense
Simon Bridges is the new National Party leader, and a cabinet reshuffle is on the horizon. So, what could happen? Who will go up, and who will go down? Here are my predictions: UP: Judith Collins – In the article I linked above, Bridges heavily praised Collins, and how she would make a “great attack … Continue reading What will happen in the shadow cabinet reshuffle?