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Most Read Political Stories on Scoop – Week Ending July 13

Published: Fri 14 Jul 2017 01:49 PM
Most Read Political Stories on Scoop – Week Ending July 13
Immigration, housing, prison conditions and health spending were the most read political stories on Scoop from Friday July 7 to Thursday July 13.
Immigration Debate Needs to be About How We Treat Migrants
Immigration debate needs to be about how we treat migrants in New Zealand, not just how many we
PO1707/S00121 - Multicultural New Zealand - Monday, 10 July 2017, 9:54 AM Related Stories
Report reveals “appalling conditions” in Hawke’s Bay Prison
A report from the Office of the Ombudsman into Hawke’s Bay Regional Prison has revealed shocking
PO1707/S00091 - No Pride in Prisons - Friday, 07 July 2017, 8:53 AM Related Stories
Housing Crisis: Shamubeel Eaqub is angry
Economist, author, and commentator Shamubeel Eaqub says he’s angry we’re building housing
PO1707/S00083 - Community Housing Aotearoa - Thursday, 06 July 2017, 2:21 PM Related Stories
Leadership Needed to Counter Scaremongering on Immigration
to end the harm that scaremongering about immigration is inflicting on our diverse Asian communities.
PO1707/S00162 - The Maori Party - Wednesday, 12 July 2017, 9:12 AM Related Stories
Counties-Manukau DHB budget allocation short by over $21m
The thorough CTU Health Budget analysis out this week shows the raw facts of health underfunding
PO1707/S00099 - NZNO - Friday, 07 July 2017, 3:47 PM Related Stories
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