I am following what is happening in the UK, and Europe more generally, as well as international affairs.
I have a number of options:
1. Continue, whimsically, writing about NZ, the UK or whatever, according to what I want to vent about, but being a bit more thoughtful and occasional about what I write.
2. Give up writing about NZ, and concentrate on the UK, with NZ really only being of importance if it is a major change of long term consequence.
3. Split the blog into two, with a new one that focuses on the UK (or NZ).
I have a preference for now, which I'd rather not reveal, so I'd appreciate some feedback. I blog partly to vent, partly to try to influence.
UPDATE: I have also had the suggestion via email that I shift transport specific posts elsewhere, which I will do regardless. That is a different project, and is about taking a rational approach to transport policy that is evidence based, and is not based on the subjective sociological velvet glove planning approach to the sector. The Auckland Transport Blog exists for those who think cars and trucks are bad, railways are good, and that one sector of the economy works best when a small number of people seek to subvert the preferences of the majority. I don't want to focus on NZ on that, because it is far wider than the current fetish of some for big railways and others for big motorways.