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Green MP. Minister for Women. Assoc Minister of Transport, Health. I’m into lively streets, real food, and bicycles. Auth by J Genter, Parlt Buildings, WLG

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@buzzandhum @NZGreens How about, the policy does not do that. It’s an absurd accusation made up by a party that’s main strategy is deliberately lying and misleading.

RT @Cityhoppa: Fantastic morning for the Tamaki Drive pathway sod turning, it will be a beautiful new route. We caught @julieanngenter’s ride for the day - it was a shared bike! 😍 #swag

RT @JCE_PC: RT @JCE_PC: Outrageous, unbelievable, indefensible.

RT @simonbwilson: To be clear, Akl light rail isn't dead. The Super Fund's PPP proposal probably is, but LRT is budgeted, planning work can proceed and real progress is likely after the election. Assuming willing parties win the election, of course.

RT @BenRoss_AKL: This is the best news and result @JulieAnneGenter Have CC2M revert back to 2017 methodology per AT (urban intensification and connecting Mangere to the airport as an employment centre

RT @DrJessBerentson: It's a compelling frame that we trade off financial loss with public health. We cannot negate this longstanding story in our world, we can only replace it with a better more accurate one: with healthy people & planet we find a way to ensure we have everything that matters most

RT @DrJessBerentson: Omg I just got an amazing email from my 70 + MIL about how we must use this moment to reimagine how we do things for the future, & as an accountant she has a few ideas about tax (lol). Public service & politicians these conversations are everywhere. Be brave, the mandate is there

RT @DrJessBerentson: So many people loved the quiet, the carless days, the joy of feeling the streets were for us, people. People also feel powerless to make it a reality now. But as citizens who know others value this way of living you have power to change it. Tell your council what you want.