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#150381 20-Jul-2014 20:48
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On the 5th August, the Canterbury Software Cluster is hosting an IT question and answer forum with some of  our leading NZ politicians

Hon Amy Adams, National Party,
Clare Curran, Labour Party
Gareth Hughes, Green Party
Laila Harré, Internet MANA Party

This is your  opportunity to  raise technology issues, from the tech community, for  the upcoming election.

If you have questions you would like asked, please  tweet them to  @CSCluster and use hashtag #CSAskGovt

Or if you are near Christchurch, sign up and ask your question in person

http://www.canterburysoftware.org.nz/events/august-2014-event-a-panel-discussion/



Ian Wells
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  #1092690 20-Jul-2014 21:23
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How they can justify the massive spend on UFB while at the same time not clearing up the mess that is needed for people getting neighbours consents to replace one communications service with another, resulting in many people wanting UFB having to do a lot of legwork and in some cases coming out unsucessful due to consents not being given.




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