Should glue sniff­ing be crim­i­nalised?

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taught pupils from her home and vol­un­teered her time as a tu­tor of English for speak­ers of other lan­guages for new mi­grants. Pullen is survived by her hus­band Ted Pullen and daugh­ter Jane Innes. Her fu­neral was held at Manukau Me­mo­rial Gar­dens on Au­gust 9. coun­try. Peo­ple who do not vote often are ap­a­thetic and have no di­rec­tion for the fu­ture.

3. Vot­ing demon­strates com­mitt­ment to the prin­ci­ples of jus­tice, free­dom and demo­cratic prin­ci­ples.As a de­vel­oped na­tion, ki­wis must de­fend these prin­ci­ples strongly and be a role model for other na­tions.

4. Po­lit­i­cal par­ties will seriously look into their con­cerns and is­sues fac­ing vot­ers only if voter turnout is very high. Low voter turnout would make the win­ning party think that peo­ple do not care about po­lit­i­cal is­sues and the proper gov­er­nance of their coun­try. The win­ning party would then op­er­ate like a dic­ta­tor­ship due to low op­po­si­tion to its poli­cies. It is as if the cit­i­zens have given it carte blanche to act as a dic­ta­tor­ship

Sud­hir Ra­jagopalan, The Gar­dens great idea!

This is amaz­ing! So much fash­ion waste and pres­sure on girls to have the per­fect dress! Fan­tas­tic idea ladies!

Aileen Cook:

Now that’s think­ing good on them.. Hope­fully make many peo­ple very happy.

Kane Sut­ton:


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