By God life is exciting in New Zealand.
Stuff’s lead story on the 24th December was headed, “Auckland veteran furious as skip bin blocks disability parking at plaza”.
A lengthy account followed with a large photo of the articles author, another of the “furious” veteran, and one of the shopping centre.
A biographical history of the “furious” veteran’s life (26 years in the navy, a recent leg op and more) was given, so too an interview with the skip operating company boss.
This piece was bloody unbelievable. Just possibly, had it happened in say Patea, it might have been of interest, but I doubt it.
It’s surely long overdue for Stuff’s staff to be paid embarrassment money.
I’ll see your Stuff and raise you a Herald “Ganged up on’: Neighbours ‘plot to cut berm’ in wealthy suburb”
Was this media silly season sillier than usual?
I blame the good weather.
I think if you can be furious you don’t have disability-
Laughter is the best medicine. No punches pulled. Every tool has a place and in its place that tool should be. There is a time and a place for everything.
These quotes are brilliant and very functional. You seem like a gentleman who refuses to suffer idiots which in all honesty Sir Bob my life is rife with. Standing up for myself against a perceived threat is nothing but chivalrous and soon HRH QE2 and HRH Prince Philip will be involved. I have traced my ancestry bato them who are closer than I thought and feel stupid but look forward to showing them how great these family genetics are.
A very cool discovery.
IT MUST BE A CRITICAL ISSUE – Tv 1 NEWS CARRIED IT THIS EVENING