Central Leader : February 9th 2011
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The HazMobile is for household hazardous waste in household waste quantities. Business can find hazardous waste disposal agents in the yellow pages under 'waste'. Commercial agricultural chemicals Ring 0800 Agrecovery (0800 247326) for information on an industry pickup service. Household hazardous waste includes: household chemicals such as cleaners, disinfectants, polishes and pool chemicals garden chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides and fertilisers automotive products such as waste oil, petrol, diesel and brake fluid DIY products such as solvents, glues and wood preservatives fluorescent tubes and energy-saving light bulbs all gas cylinders all types of batteries mobile phones lead based paint and marine anti-fouling paint ONLY RW_AK8685_CL1 Election duties keep Labour leader busy Not surprised: Labour leader Phil Goff talks to the media about John Key's announcement that the election will be held on November 26. Photo: JOHN SELKIRK By SCOTT MORGAN Labour leader Phil Goff believes constituents in his Mt Roskill electorate will understand if he's not around so much during the election campaign scheduled for the end of November. In a surprise move, Prime Min- ister John Key announced the general election will be held on November 26 so it doesn't clash with the Rugby World Cup. Usually during an election campaign I do have a lot street corner meetings. Obviously I'll need to be right across the country so won't be doing that,'' Mr Goff says. People in Mt Roskill know what I stand for and what I do locally. I think people understand I have other obligations.'' Mr Goff says he wasn't particu- larly surprised by the early announcement. It's not usually announced this early in the year but there had been speculation about an election before the world cup. I don't think it'll change the way the party goes about campaigning.'' Traditionally elections are announced with just a few weeks' notice. Mr Goff also announced a reshuffle of his caucus with sev- eral local MPs given promotions. List MP Jacinda Ardern goes from being unranked to the num- ber 19 slot. The Auckland Central candi- date also picks up employment to go with youth affairs and the associate arts, culture and heri- tage portfolio. Mt Albert MP David Shearer is another big mover, climbing from being unranked to number 24. He also takes on the defence portfolio in addition to research and technology. List MP and Maungakiekie can- didate Carol Beaumont remains unranked. But Mr Goff is quick to point out that isn't a reflection on her capabilities as an MP. My problem was I had so many people with talent. Carol could easily have been in the group that moved forward. Sometimes you can't promote all your Auckland members,'' he says. Ms Beaumont picks up women's affairs and associate education to go with consumer affairs. Visit www.centralleader.co.nz to watch a video of Mr Goff talking about the election date.
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