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Helen Clarke In Invercargill Today Labour party meeting

#1 User is offline   ruralkiwi 

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  Posted 08 June 2007 - 03:13 PM

Think I will have to see if anyone I know can attend and ask Helen about the so called review of the fraud unit. Put her on the spot so to speak
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Posted 08 June 2007 - 04:27 PM

While you are at it say a big Hi from hugster and tell her im looking forward to letting some more issues out to the public on her behalf.
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  Posted 08 June 2007 - 09:14 PM

View PostHuggy, on Jun 8 2007, 04:27 PM, said:

While you are at it say a big Hi from hugster and tell her im looking forward to letting some more issues out to the public on her behalf.


Saw your best mate huggy. Did ask her lots of difficult questions and gave her a copy of your odt article from last week too. Also ACC card another claimant had printed in memory of all the claimants who have tragically commited suicide because of acc.

At least she would have had some interesting reading for her flight
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Posted 09 June 2007 - 12:02 AM

Good for you Rural kiwi!!
Hope it was snowing hard and she has to stay the night in the cold. Then she may appreciate that the Govt has to reduce the power charges, especially for those in the freezing cold Southern NZ!!
If she doesnt, she may have a few funerals to go to!!!
Hope you pressed it hard RK!!
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Posted 09 June 2007 - 09:25 AM

about power charges I just got my june account.
$180.00
for single person bed sit at home basically24/7
That's $ 6 dollars a day.
Same time in 2005 was $4,15 dillars a die.
what is yours?
What will mine be in 2 years $8 dollars a day?
And on a basic benifit/super fixed income with no assets as I lost that opportunity 14 years ago.
Not a good outlook for the futuer eh wot?
Hope she freezes in hell for eternity.


least they could do for the aged invalid and sick is exempt the GST.
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Posted 09 June 2007 - 09:39 AM

Flowers, what type of heating are you running? Sounds a bit high. You must be running a heater 2kw nonstop?
Does your Water heater ever boil?
Do you have insulation in the roof?
If not get the LAndlord to look at that.
Do you ever use the range to warm the kitchen? Hope not!
The only way to find out where the usage is, is to check the meter when you have the heater(s) on and off and other cooking on the range etc.
I hope you have draught free curtains. Good ones can be obtained at an op shop!
Wet, damp air in your flat, ie drying the clothes inside and condensation, all hike the power bill as the air has to be dried before the heating comes into effect!! This whoops up your power bill.

Mine? $56 last time . I use a gas heater but that costs less than $9 a week at the moment.
Have a dehumidifier and the sunshine all day when it shines!Also some double glazing.
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Posted 09 June 2007 - 12:00 PM

one 500/100w two bar heater about 12 hrs a day700w.
no
no
no
yes in morning and when cramps set in.
curtains heavy always have i one windo ajar for air circ and stop steaming up house
cold in flat concrete floor on ground afternoon sun only drying sometimes by necessity no alternative heating also electric blanket on low all night and computer tv about 6 hrs a day most lighting energy efficient bulbs or micro voltage spot.about 16 hrs 15amp battery charging for mobility scooter which gets me out for basic shop and a couple of trips to the local dairy.
is heating but essential.
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