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May 7, 2021

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My brother visited from NZ a couple years back. He works at the council and is in charge of all the roads in the country’s South Island electorate.

With great glee and complete disbelief he had me often stopping the car so he could take pics of our roads and potholes and send them back to council mates in NZ.

Apparently our potholes caused much hilarious entertainment. Literally, it’s a joke.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Dare I say it?…..They just don’t give a stuff!

    The staff supposed to be doing the job – and their supervisors – just do not care about doing their jobs properly, no pride, no care, no guidance, no standards, no supervision. Surely it’s not that hard – yes it rains a bit round here, but hardly comparable to NZ’s South Island.

    It is obvious that our staff are not working to an acceptable standard.

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