Part 2 of New Zealand Elections Blog Coverage One of the ugliest part of the election season is seeing the inevitable vandalism that hounds campaign hoardings of the different candidates. From John Key being painted a Hitler mustache, to Colin Craig being drawn as Count Dracula and the irresistible urge to add the letter ‘T’ to David Cunliffe’s […]Read More Democracy or Hooliganism? Vandals on Campaign Hoardings
Part 1 of New Zealand Elections Blog Coverage As election draws near, discussions on the issues that matter arises in the process. One issue in particular that interests a lot of New Zealand voters is the Anti-Smacking law, and the liberty of parents to discipline their children using reasonable force if they find it necessary. […]Read More Kids Gone Wild: Is It Time to Repeal Anti-Smacking Law?
The Filipino community of New Zealand received a shock last week. One of our own, a mother of three in Blesilda Gotingco went missing and was later found murdered in a cemetery not far from where her belongings were found. The shock did not limit to Filipinos only, but to New Zealanders of all backgrounds […]Read More Blessie Gotingco’s Death is An Eye-Opener