Gangster memorabilia actioned
Sat, 29 Sep 2012 6:23p.m.
Rare pieces of gangster memorabilia from the 1920s and ‘30s are set to hit the auction block.
The artefacts have been collected over eight years and contain some of the prized possessions of America’s most-wanted criminals.
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30/09/2012 7:10:29 a.m.
Logan Bell wrote:
Firstly I would like to say thank you for your great current affairs show that you put on.
The other day I was watching your show and you were talking about poverty in New Zealand and how people can't afford to feed there children, You went to a house where you saw a couple of fish heads in a fridge.
All that needs to happen is instead of the council planting flowers & palm trees on all the roadsides there needs to be fruit trees everywhere especially in the suburbs, kids will pick fruit on the way to school adults will get out for walks in the weekends to pick fruit for there work lunches and I could even see the homeless moving out of the city and back to the suburbs for the free food which will help our city's look vibrant and new.
If you put your fundraising towards this and got the council (our money) towards this worthy cause, I believe it would make a massive change to everyone's lives as people would get to meet there Neighbors and you would see the strength in the community come back the elderly would get out for a walk and for the opportunity to talk to someone instead of being strangers in there own street. I believe this could even lower crime rate in new zealand especially for the Polynesian race as a sense of community is what they are used in the islands. New zealanders would become one and believe the the us and them mentality with European and Maori would lessen with us all eating walking and talking together. Not to mention the price of fruit would come down in the supermarkets. I know this wont happen as the government wants us to struggle through life stressing about where our next meal is coming from.
Now this would be a healthy and wealthy New Zealand
29/09/2012 8:56:28 p.m.
Robert W wrote:
It was'nt their car, they stole it.
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