Tue, 21 Aug 2012 6:31p.m.
It's not just Auckland's public transport users who are tired of the delays to plans for integrated ticketing.
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22/08/2012 3:31:32 p.m.
It all depends on how the contract was written, and if ratepayers have to pay Snapper, then the legal team have to answer.
In other countries, contractors get fined for everyday of delay.
22/08/2012 3:22:26 p.m.
Roy H wrote:
I know the guys behind Snapper and they're a capable bunch. So far the finger has been pointed at Snapper and no questions have been asked about how this delay came to be - Could thales be gaming things to get Snapper out of the picture? Clearly there needs to be some tougher questions asked. Oh an Belinda, I think abused choirboys dont give a tuppence about fish being used as a symbol. Get over it
22/08/2012 12:57:36 p.m.
the roman catholic symbol is a heathen symbol of a pagan religion not a christian and i find it offensive.
22/08/2012 10:50:25 a.m.
I see snapper using the Roman Catholic Church symbol, have they got copyright permission?
22/08/2012 9:47:56 a.m.
When will these types of companies be held to account?
They waste millions on executive salaries and brand image/logos etc yet fail to deliver the basic service. This technology is not even from New Zealand, it is Korean, so minimal local IT development jobs are involved. Why should the ratepayer have to pay for their useless technology when they were the ones who proceeded after losing a tender because of inferior technology?
Will the real story as to why Snapper was considered in the first place be released?
Snapper seems to be a bit of a Slapper.
21/08/2012 6:56:05 p.m.
So Snapper will be paid a pretty penny for being useless?? They should be sued for incompetence.
A group opposed to the proposed Basin Reserve flyover in Wellington says the project will still be ugly and unjustified no matter how the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) dresses it up.
The Ministry of Fisheries will begin assessing possible changes to snapper regulations next month.
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