Mark the Week: Trevor Mallard a disgrace the likes of which are yet to witness


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At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all.
Jobs: 7/10.
"Good week on the employment front. 4.7 percent unemployment is your headline number.
But labour is tight, and the worry is it's tight in a slack economy."
Trevor Mallard: 0/10.
"A disgrace the likes of which we should never have had to witness in such an elevated position."
Labour's Backing of Mallard: 0/10.
"They're culpable because they have the solution.
What was it Barry Soper said? Morally bankrupt?"
Damien O'Connor: 7/10.
"Common sense award for the week in speaking out against his own party on the Uighur debate.
Of course, it was going to harm trade, join some dots."
David Seymour: 7/10.
"Gets the credit for He Puapua, given he got into it first."
Judith Collins: 6/10.
"Gets the credit for seeing it for what it might well be and running with it.
As a result, has had the best week for a while."
Stuart Nash: 7/10.
"Got there in the end.
$200 million for tourism. And much, much needed."
Cook Islands Travel Bubble: 7/10.
"They'll get more out of it than we will.
But open is open, and man do we want more stuff open."
Vaccinated Travel: 7/10.
"Deals and green lights all over the place this week from Britain, Italy, the US, and Europe.
You get jabbed, you can get on a plane.
Tragedy is no one will be coming here."
The Crusaders: 8/10.
"Another Super Rugby championship.
I know we have to actually play it but come on.”
The Warriors: 7/10.
"Seventh, which is top 8, which is playoffs.
And injuries are slowly coming right, and this week it's only Manly.
This is our year."

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