Monday, December 1, 2014



The 2014 New Zealand Elections had come and gone. The numbers of people that had placed their votes was colossal. This had taken place on the 20th of September. Driving anywhere around New Zealand you could tell that elections were coming up, due to billboards and people waving signs around.

On the day you would see orange signs with bold writing spelling Vote with a black arrow pointing at places. One of the paces were you saw the signs would be at my school Point England. It was available for the community to come together and place their votes.


Election is a very serious time for New Zealand and many more countries. One of the rules are so serious that you could get fined up to 20,000 dollars.  In the weekends our very own Rugby Player Jonah Lamu was fined 20,000 dollars for posting who he voted for. In between the hours of 9am - 4pm you are not aloud to post or say who you voted for.


One of the policies including Education and Kids are that there will be the best start for all kiwi kids. The policies means that they will give parents more time to be parents also that kiwi kids will succeed in school and through out the community.

Did you know that National is investing 1.1 million dollars on building schools in Christchurch. The money will be going towards constructing 13 new schools on new sites. Rebuilding 10 schools on their existing sites and redeveloping 92 schools.


"Did you know that Labour hasn't won this bad since 1920" Quoted by Isara Nua


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