What do you want a referendum on? Should it be binding?
Mumbles (Mt Eden): I would like to see a referendum that asks the question 'Should traffic lights be replaced with roundabouts ?' It is a pet hate of mine to stop at a set of traffic lights and no cars cross the intersection or when 576 cars on a main road have to come to a grinding halt so that 3 cars can go. Roundabouts are more efficient, cheaper to construct, they would save power, petrol and oil.Yes, imagine the savings involved with tearing up every set of traffic lights in the country and replacing them with roundabouts.
Heylin (Hamilton): 1) Lower age of criminal responsibility to 12Year year year...
A year year old who commits serious crime is full aware of what they do.
The Doctor (Gisborne): I'd like to see a referendum on making referendums binding on the government.I can see a problem here...
I'm sure he's looking forward to it as much as you are.
Crucie Fiction (Te Kowhai): Treaty Claims and when they will stop.
Im going to a lunch in New York City on the 24th of Sept. John Key will also be there. Im going to ask him face to face. This is the biggest waste af tax payer money ever.
He's right. No 'daylight' is 'saved' at all! There's the same amount, it's just later!
Jim Donald (Whangarei): Daylight saving - the biggest hoax of all time and injurious to public health.
Great idea. I propose 5c a litre.
westie (New Zealand): Here is another suggestion for a referendum.That is we,the consumer,decide what is the suitable amount to pay for fuel without being dictated to by the various fuel companies that took "forever" to bring down the price of fuel but ever so promptly upped it by 5 cents within the following days.Rather cheeky buggers are the fuel companies and it's time they realised we are not ones to be pushed about(meaning pay their dictated prices) by them.
Feel free to add your own gems below. Kia kaha.