Our new telephone book was delivered today. Not only is it only two thirds the size of the previous version which was pretty useless in it's own right it turned out that we are no longer listed in it. Comparison between the new one and its predecessor shows that we are in the middle of a list of about 30 phone subscribers who have been simply left out this year. (quality control/competence anyone?)
Wow! isn't this great customer service to people who have had the same phone at the same address for more than the last 20 years.
Northland is now in drought conditions but the Ministry for Primary Industries will not declare the drought a medium-scale event unless the community cannot cope with the conditions. What do you think, is Northland coping okay? Is there a need to declare a medium-scale drought event?
The SPCA says a new $300 fine is helping to spread the warning that people should not leave their dogs in hot cars.
What do you think - is the message getting through to dog owners?
24.4% Yes, the $300 fine helps24.4% Complete
8.9% Yes, owners better understand the risks8.9% Complete
62.2% No, I still see dogs in hot cars62.2% Complete
4.4% Other (please say what in the comments below)4.4% Complete
Has anyone had a dorper sheep (black face, sheds) turn up near you unexpectedly. We have one missing from Waikaraka, Whangarei, as of yesterday. She was on the property as of midday Thursday. She is a pet. I can be contacted on 021 138 7428.