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THE FIRST FIVE DAYS (BIG QUESTIONS)

Alan November posted these questions on the First Five Days Theme Board. Here they are for everyone in survey format. (100 Respondents)

NO TRUCKS IN THE FAST LANE?

New Labour Party transport policies, which include plans to ban trucks from around 8 per cent of New Zealand's motorway network, have been met with a mix of praise and scepticism. Truck drivers said preventing them from using the outsid... more (515 Respondents)

Test Your Luck

Choose an option and hope for the best. (2 Respondents)

A NATION OF ANIMAL LOVERS?

The Animal Welfare Act gives animals in New Zealand legal protection from ill treatment. This Act provides some recourse for those who abuse animals or who fail to provide necessities for their well being. However, while the Act covers pets and some farm animals, ... more (131 Respondents)

Shark Culling

Sharks are being culled. (1 Respondent)

Lunch programme in our schools?

New Zealand children are sometimes provided breakfast at school through charity and business programmes. However, there is no lunch programme currently in schools. In his documentary, "Inside Child Poverty", Bryan Bruce visits Sweden an... more (121 Respondents)

Short Mathematics Test

Here are 6 questions to do with maths. (2 Respondents)

Vx Quiz

For example... (6 Respondents)

A RACIST FIRST?

According to One News: "The "two Wongs" joke by Winston Peters is making headlines around the world. The New Zealand First leader is refusing to apologise for the joke about Chinese that has been labelled shameful and racist. During a speech on Sunday, Mr Peters t... more (66 Respondents)

'No queues, no paper, no inconvenience': NSW government wants to be like Apple

A huge fan of Apple and its customer service philosophy: Dominic Perrottet. Photo: James Alcock The NSW government has joined the tech race, committing to a 'digital transformation' to deliver an Apple-like customer experie... more (8 Respondents)

Tony Abbott's sister opposes government's approval of Middle Head aged care

EXCLUSIVE 'There will be thousands of Sydneysiders disappointed with this decision': Jane Vincent on the Middle Head aged-care home plan. Photo: Matt Buchanan Abbott government approves aged-care proposal  One ... more (4 Respondents)

Are violent video games changing our kids.

Are video games war simulators. Are we shaping our children's future the right way. There have been many cases in this like Killing, suicide, and worse. Parents are not stopping and explaining their kids how violent video games are bad. ... more (44 Respondents)

'Screenagers' - antisocial or essential?

Some people say that teenagers are becoming anti-social and that they should be called “screenagers” because they seem to be addicted to screens - whether it be phones, TV, or gaming etc. However, others say that this is the new reality ... more (31 Respondents)

Potatos are important (even though I cannot spell 'potatoes')

Potatos should have rights as we do they do not deserve to die to our mouths.... (40 Respondents)

Do you enjoy school?

Are you enjoying school or any of the subject? And which subjects do you like, and which subjects do you hate? (20 Respondents)