Northland's toilet down the gurgler
Fri, 27 Jul 2012 7:00p.m.
It's New Zealand's most famous toilet block.
But the much-loved tourist stop in Northland could be, well, in the crap.
The famed Fredensreich Hundertwasser-designed toilets in Kawakawa are sinking, and the local custodians are worried the widening cracks will one day see the Austrian artist's last work damaged beyond repair.
Anna Burns-Francis went to find out what can be done to save the world's most practical work of art.
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28/07/2012 9:11:44 a.m.
Last time i stopped to use this loo there was a busload of tourist in there taking photos, a very strange moment.
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