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Mr Speaker,

Welcome to the /r/newzealand weekly thread to discuss all things politics – global, domestic, local and anything politics related. Basically anything you might say in the daily discussion that is politics is not prohibited in this thread.

This is the place to: post spicy NZ politics memes, discuss the corruption of the DNC with your Kiwi comrades, ask a serious politics question, ask a silly politics question, share your favourite political quotes or pics from the week, let others know about an upcoming event, tell us what happened on this day in NZ politics history.


  • Keep it politics-related
  • Be civil. Political discussion/debate is possible without resorting to personal, racial, sexist, anti-GLBT attacks

Thank you /u/-chocko- for starting this weekly thread on 20 May 2016. Don't miss Members Day updates by /u/KiwiKibbles.

Stickied postModerator of r/newzealand

Hello and welcome to the /r/NewZealand random discussion thread.

No politics, be nice.

"What's the deal with those quotes? Where did they come from?" - /u/Fastllama13

"Ya'll are wonderfully creative and absolutely terrifying." - /u/OfficialGeoNet

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In order to immigrate here you normally need to be educated or have an in demand skill. Why is it normal to see immigrants filling low paying jobs? How does this happen? I know there are other visa categories, but I don't understand how this situation becomes the overwhelming majority?

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Just trying to find the guy who made a post asking about mens support groups etc. I got a message from him but I can't find it, does anyone remember said post or his username?

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