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« on: Sun 7 September, 2014 - 10:38 am »

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Once she was the poster girl of John Key's rise to power. Now, the girl from McGehan Close says she would never vote for National and has no plans to return home from Australia.

As a young woman in Auckland, she says, there were no houses, no jobs, no hope: "There was nothing left in New Zealand."

In 2007 Aroha Ireland, then aged 12, had become the face of what John Key, leader of the Opposition at the time, called New Zealand's underclass.

Key had labelled her community in Mt Albert's McGehan Close a "dead end" and "the nation's street of hopelessness" created by the Labour government.

He has now had six years to turn things around, but Aroha is not convinced. She has no plans to come back to New Zealand, where she could find only part-time work on the minimum wage in a fast-food restaurant.

In Australia, she has a full-time job working in warehousing for Coles supermarket. She married her new husband Stuart on Melbourne's St Kilda beach, and has taken his name, Spashett. They are buying a house.

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What sort of name is Spazs**t 
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« Reply #1 on: Sun 7 September, 2014 - 03:45 pm »

chinese..... High 5
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