Greatest Hits / Greatest Shits | Issue 11

Greatest Shits

I thought, for sure, that Maurice Williamson would be this week’s Greatest Shit, with his controversial phone call to Police over a friend’s domestic abuse charges leading to his resignation. That was until Judith Collins demanded the limelight back again, however, by making distasteful allegations about TVNZ reporter Katie Bradford. Possibly the worst part is that she made an effort to name and shame Katie; after she told her story, Collins asked the reporter she was speaking to, “don’t you want to know who it is?” Judith is on thin ice these days, and is taking a break from Twitter to gain some mental clarity.

Greatest Hits

Through the active efforts and protests of John Banks, Trevor Mallard, and Mojo Mathers, John Key declared that there would be a ban on animal testing for legal highs. This is a fantastic example of the Government listening to its people, as over forty thousand people signed Trevor’s animal testing petition prior to Key’s announcement. Long live the puppies!
This article first appeared in Issue 11, 2014.
Posted 3:11pm Sunday 11th May 2014 by Carys Goodwin.