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The drought isn't just hurting farmers, it’s affecting those in our biggest city too.
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4/03/2013 5:09:41 p.m.
George griffin wrote:
Hi thought you would like a update on the land of the forgotten.... I WAIHEKEI ISLAND. I have just spoken to my 83 yr old neighbour, she has just rung and ordered a load of water expected delivery is the END OF APRIL !
We are currently waiting and it's expected on march 13th.
We are taking our washing to auckland city which is a expensive option, and are grateful to be able to.But are we living in a third world country??? One which I might point out doesn't pay third world rates!!!!
Surely something can be done to help us out.
I'm sure if a bloody water main broke in auckland it would be dealt with pronto!
" a high and dry islander"
Federated Farmers says a forecast payout of $7/kg of milk solids will offset the hit to the economy caused by the drought.
It's no surprise that Auckland and Christchurch have come out on top in the latest regional economic rankings.
Milk Pride, facing 625 of charges of animal neglect, is an "exception, rather than the rule", says Federated Farmers.
Despite all the rain in many parts of the country yesterday, there are still areas in drought.
Federated Farmers says people shouldn't underestimate the impact the drought has had on the farming community.
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