The Sunday List: 44 times someone slammed someone else in the last month

Analysis of New Zealand media headlines reveals a lot of people slamming a lot of other people.

Slamming is at epidemic levels in New Zealand news. Drawn from just the last month, we present a selection of slamming.

On July 27

A union boss slammed David Clark

On July 29

Police slammed a dangerous photographer

On July 30

Simon Bridges slammed Jacinda Ardern

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People on the internet slammed Gordon Ramsay for shooting a New Zealand goat

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People on the internet slammed a dress for looking like an onion sack

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Winston Peters slammed a poll

On July 31

The Employment Relations Authority slammed Subway

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The tech sector slammed the government

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Simon Bridges slammed Jacinda Ardern

On July 31

Steve Hansen slammed attacks on referees

On August 1

Mark Richardson slammed Sonny Bill Williams

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The Chinese consulate slammed media reports

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Growers slammed rebate processes

On August 2

Ports of Auckland slammed Forest & Bird

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A lawyer slammed Immigration NZ

On August 3

Chris Hipkins slammed polytech hogwash

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David Rankin slammed the Māori King

On August 4

The Ports of Auckland slammed cycleway design

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Federated Farmers slammed Tim Shadbolt

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A report slammed Kapiti Council

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A transgender designer slammed Fashion Week

On August 5

A polar blast slammed the country

On August 7

Damien O’Connor slammed winter grazing images

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Peter Sterling slammed the Warriors

On August 8

John Hart slammed the All Black props

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Winston Peters slammed Labour

On August 10

Stuart Nash slammed racist abuse

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Alcohol Action NZ slammed the government

On August 11

Steve Hansen slammed the All Blacks

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the UK media slammed the All Blacks

On August 14

People on the internet slammed a woman who deceived NZ customs

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Mike Hosking slammed fake news scams

On August 15

Alan Jones slammed Jacinda Ardern

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Otago police slammed a speeder

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Police slammed media reports

On August 16

The High Court slammed Southern Response

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Shane Jones slammed Theo Spierings’ payout

On August 19

Wellingtonians slammed the Hand sculpture

On August 20

Phil Kingsley-Smith slammed Jonah

On August 21

Simon Bridges slammed the government

On August 22

Julie Anne Genter slammed John Tamihere’s bridge plan

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People on the internet slammed a Dunedin woman

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Winston Peters slammed Paula Bennett’s flowers

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Heavy rain slammed Auckland



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