Sunday, June 7, 2015


I see the Royal New Zealand Herald in a brilliant piece of investigative journalism has uncovered the fact that the Collins' family let their Beachlands home to none other than Bishop Brian Tamaki.

Drilling down into the story we find that the neighbours thought that he (Tamaki) was a good tenant ... no wild parties, kept the place clean and tidy.

And the killer blow at the end.   Collins declined the Herald's 'gracious' invitation to comment on the 'story'.   FFS ... what story?


pdm said...

Exactly what I thought when I saw the story yesterday Vet.

Anonymous said...

Where are the editor of the Herald's digs? Could b a story of equal public interest in that too?

Sorry, but who is that esteemed personage?

Noel said...

Not nearly as good with innuendo as Adolf is.

The Veteran said...

Noel ... I don't think the Herald is any good at anything. About the only thing Brian Edwards and I would agree on is his assessment of the paper in an article written on 13 Nov 14 ...."Under the editorship of Wayne Currie the New Zealand Herald has been transformed from a quality newspaper into little better than a trash tabloid". Nailed it

Noel said...

Newspapers are been bypassed by increasing numbers. With apps like 360degrees the reader can select what news they want. If they opted out of politics and religion that story would be unknown. Ain't technology wonderful.