ODT Watch | Issue 12

ODT Watch | Issue 12

Critic's "successful" older sibling




Apparently thereís a major gap in New Zealandís education syllabus Ö ODT rightly demands this be amended immediately; we donít want New Zealandís reputation going down the drain!


A snag is right: John Key was giving away sausages for free a mere 100m away from school kids selling the same product to raise money for a school trip. Smooth move from the PM: killing off private enterprise with a taxpayer-supported giveaway is more of your opponentsí game.


By the way, is that Todd Barclay in the t-shirt?


ODT: crushing dreams since way back. This study reveals first-borns are more ambitious and more likely to succeed. In other words: if you arenít first born, go get a job at McDonaldís.


I think the Chancellor is a little confused as to the central theme of Hyde Street. Getting students to stop drinking so much is about as realistic as the ODT winning an award for journalistic excellence.


Imagine that! Government not following through on a promise Ö Next time we ought to make sure their fingers and toes arenít crossed.
This article first appeared in Issue 12, 2014.
Posted 4:32pm Sunday 18th May 2014 by Kristen Stewart and Allison Hess.