“It was indeed enlightening to listen to the Minister of Health speaking during the 2017 Health Budget debate with regard to medical referrals to New Zealand,” a smoke signaller says.
A smoke signaller has given more details about the two dogs allegedly killing cats in Betela. “According to an eyewitness, the brown skinny dog has a black back and the black dog has long hair.”
A Betela resident wants to alert pet owners in the area that there are two cat killer dogs roaming the area – and they’re working together. “About a week ago they killed my neighbour’s cat and this morning they killed my cat. Both attacks happened about 7am. One dog is black the other brown. Both medium to large in size.”
No doubt we residents of Ngatipa are grateful that Action Man blows away the rubbish on the road on a regular basis, but one wonders if there are any four-stroke leaf blowers for sale on the island, a smoke signaller says. “It’s hard to decide what’s more irritating, the leaves on the side of the road or the ear-splitting whine from the leaf-blowing machine.
Our new road markings are a start, but let’s not stop there. We urgently need signs around the island to alert tourists to one-way lanes and exits, a smoke signaller says.
“I would like to respond to the negative ‘Blast at the past,’ smoke signal regarding Papa Dan, printed in CI News several weeks ago,” a smoke signaller writes.
Hats off to Ben Haurua who took charge of the traffic hold-up at Panama the other day when a tanker hauler broke down straddling both lanes of the main road.
Dog problem. If the police start giving out fines to households for breaking the law concerning dogs maybe we will see more Dog Officers than Traffic Officers.
“It was good to see Kiriau Turepu opening the new mural at the new National Environment Service building,” a smoke signaller says.