All deleted tweets from politicians

Green MP based in Otautahi/Christchurch. Likes liveable cities & wild places. Authorised by Gwen Shaw, Green Party Level 2, 17 Garrett St, Wellington

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RT @HandsMegan: RT @HandsMegan: This is an absolute tragedy and waste of the natural resources we've been blessed with m.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/…. #urbanspraw…

RT @comingupcharlie: Today I learned that in the late 1980s, one dog was responsible for killing around 500 kiwi, which was more than half of one of our biggest kiwi populations at the time. It took decades for the population to recover boidog.nz/wp-content/upl…

RT @comingupcharlie: There's nothing like a baby endemic New Zealand bird to remind you that birds are basically just dinosaurs (takahē pic by @artbyjlm, kākāpō by Ross Giblin) https://t.co/u6GZijHw1W

RT @comingupcharlie: I reported on this last year, and a lot needs to happen before a gene drive can be used safely, if it can be at all. Even if you did develop one, there are massive legal and diplomatic issues that need to sorted out first i.stuff.co.nz/science/105631… twitter.com/nzstuff/status…

RT @comingupcharlie: The Mokihinui area, which is larger than Christchurch city, is being added to Kahurangi National Park, the biggest piece of land ever added to an existing national park. stuff.co.nz/environment/11…

RT @comingupcharlie: Two boys in rural Bangladesh became best friends. They were close for six decades, even when one became an engineer in the US and the other a scientist in NZ. Two weeks ago, the scientist, Dr Abdus Samad, was killed by a white supremacist i.stuff.co.nz/national/chris…

RT @comingupcharlie: Auckland is losing many thousands of tall, mature trees, partly due to a law change that leaves the vast majority of urban trees without protection. Data that would show how many trees are gone has been delayed nearly two years. stuff.co.nz/environment/11…

RT @comingupcharlie: Tall trees provide numerous environmental and health benefits, but there's a huge disparity of tree cover between suburbs along socio-economic lines, which is a justice issue. The first pic is Ponsonby and Mangere, the second pic is Fendalton and Hornby. https://t.co/h9RctlcgXj

RT @DrJessBerentson: @NZGreens those kids & those mums & those dads and those grandparents doing it so hard need us to do it right for once. Not waste all that potential..

RT @DrJessBerentson: RT @DrJessBerentson: I am so so thrilled that @NZGreens are making the voices of low income parents count. The punitive benefit system is c…