5 Feb 2014

The Panel with Dita di Boni and Sam Pease (Part 1)

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 4:07 pm on 5 February 2014

Topics - there seems to be a pretty general consensus among those who examine Auckland issues for a living that the Ernst and Young report into Len Brown's affair with Bevan Chuang will cost in the region of a quarter of a million dollars. As we know from yesterday's brief discussion Auckland Council has had to back down from its money-saving position that Aucklanders must now mow there own grass verges. It's not saying it is backing down exactly, so we'll conclude there is a fluid and evolving response to the problem of inner Auckland starting to look messy. A protester threw a bag of pilchards in the path of Prime Minister John Key as he left the marae at Waitangi today.

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