Thu, 08 Dec 2011 10:02a.m.
New Zealand's conservation efforts are back in the spotlight as scientists from around the world have arrived here for the International Congress of Conservation Biology.
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8/12/2011 1:13:42 p.m.
1/ If we don't economize today, there will be less funds to address the problem tomorrow.
2/ DOC is full of drones that are non productive. Move them on and keep the ones that are performing. There will be no loss of output.
Most people who have direct dealings with DOC, trampers, etc have commented about the enormous waste within DOC including excess staff driving around doing nothing, multiple staff doing a job requiring less than half the number, etc.
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