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Regional reform explained, animated and in less than 90 seconds

I’ve already had my say on regional reform but I’d like to encourage everyone else to. I favour Wellington including Wairarapa, as I’ve outlined earlier, but regardless of what I say, it’s important to hear from as many people in our region as possible. And if you don’t like my long blog posts, above is a great animation summarizing a lot of the relevant issues, produced by my friends at Mohawk Media.
   After you’ve watched it, head over to this form to put in your thoughts. Only three answers need a bit of writing—the rest is clicking buttons. Submissions close May 3.

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Filed under: New Zealand, politics, Wellington—Jack Yan @ 06.00

2 Responses to ‘Regional reform explained, animated and in less than 90 seconds’

  1. Maria van der Meel says:

    Sir Geoffrey Palmer during his many consultations directly with the public said; “For a Super City to be successful you need 1 million + residents”. Does anyone know if its working in Auckland?

  2. Jack Yan says:

    The figures that John Shewan provided me show that there are real savings though his misgivings rested on the local boards not being properly funded.

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