Clean-ups will be the order of the day in parts of north
Dunedin today after a day of partying yesterday.
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I note from your previous article that "Flatman"
visited this flat with a parcel of goodness yesterday
Maybe a vacuum cleaner and a rubbish bin were in the care
package he provided?
Really? Do we need to see this in the ODT? It only serves to
validate their behaviour.
The traffic management around these events is diabolical. As
someone who makes a trip from West Harbour to North East
Valley and back most evenings, the lack of appropriate detour
signs is apalling. You arrive upon "road closed" barriers
once in the thick of the student melee, making it difficult
(and a little frightening) to renegotiate your route, when a
detour sign two roads back would've mitigated the the
It would be Karma to turn up at their parents and treat their
homes this disrespectfully and while I'm fuming lets charge
the little Darlings a nominal $100 fee everytime they turn up
at ED to intoxicated.
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