I loved this observation from the judge:
The judge said the defence had also shown that some of the equipment sold at Switched on Gardener shops was also sold at police auctions.
Perhaps they should be prosecuting themselves,
or their auctioneers?
or the ultimate eyrie
and its derivative
How are ya Mr D?
as are we all.
Hit the stationery icon for email
when ya have a spare moment...
I take it you are still binarypiscine based
and still close to Blair street.
....brings back memories
or as it pertains to elections
(a word we may not see again down here)
Mr D, might you be one of the long lost
and legendary Grommets?
(Wgton circa 1981)
...but a 1kg is a rat worthy of some respect.
Wait till you meet the Capybaristas...
Now at last we can be told!
I see NBR’s Rod Vaughan has scored a massive scoop, which had otherwise slipped under even Radio NZ’s & Fairfax's radar!
Which begs the question: why the state broadcaster did not show the same enterprise as Stuff, which thumbed its nose at the draconian demands of the Hollywood mogul?
Its reporters interviewed a raft of people as they left the theatre after the screening and beat everyone else to the punch, which is what good journalism should be about.
They even got to talk to Gerry Brownlee and Peter Jackson’s 16-year-old daughter Katie, who was bowled over by the movie.
That was a well kept secret!