If competition really is all that its accolytes believe it to be, Waiheke can expect a good haul of the baubles of office.
But this article in Gulf News would not inspire anyone to put a bauble-box on lay-by.
I live on Waiheke Island, a jewel set in New Zealand's Hauraki Gulf. I am a former member of the Waiheke Community Board, which was rebadged as the Waiheke Local Board in the SuperSilly reorganisation of 2010.
For my over-the-top humorous(?) blog, in which The Fellow Passenger hurls scorn at untoward shennanigans on Waiheke
and associated untowardishness elsewhere, click on this link: The Lower Deck.
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