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Jim Anderton's final victory comes in the words of tribute from the leaders of the party that once famously "left" him and the sincerity with which they have claimed him as one of their own; a face once more on the Labour totem pole.

Through much of the 1990s while he was bitterly attacked by Labour leaders - Helen Clark included - such tributes were impossible to imagine.

As part of the Hobson's Pledge organisation he promoted the view that we are all "one people".

Now he is telling us, via his Facebook page, that only one language - English - should be used by the mainstream media.

Taking Winston Peters at his word, I felt comfortable planning a holiday in the US from October 13. I got to watch him announce New Zealand First's choice of coalition partner sitting up in bed in Los Angeles.

A time when little is said and those few words that escape are picked over with elaborate pontification and freighted with meaning they are too slender to bear.

But we do not seem to be learning how to get the best from the system. "Here we are", lament commentators, "days after the election and we still don't know who is going to run the country!!

' (Actually, it is the job of the public service to "mind the store" in the absence of a government in all democratic countries).

Its total population is probably around a hundred and perhaps not all the locals are as devoted to the republic as my friends are.

Bill Gallagher (he’s a knight), chief executive of the Gallagher Group, claimed that the ‘Treaty [of Waitangi] papers on display at Te Papa were fraudulent documents’ as well as making other extravagant statements.

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