Who will win - Ireland or the All Blacks?
Fri, 08 Jun 2012 7:00p.m.
Ireland is due to play the new All Blacks team tomorrow night in the first of three test matches.
The New Zealand team is a mixture of newbies and experienced veterans.
The tests will be played at Eden Park in Auckland, a chance to see how the new team will work.
Irish reporter Helen Vaughan gives her take on how the match will go.
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9/06/2012 6:39:01 p.m.
Murray & Sharon Drinnan wrote:
We attended one such seminar in Hamilton after receiving an invite after sending in a cv, we live in Taupo. We tried to do so internet searching on these guys but didn't find any, so went a little suspcious, but decided to have a day out together even if it was a waste of time. When we arrived, they seemed quite genuine but we noticed they had bomby old cars. Seemed ok until they asked for money. Usually the employer pays, not the employee! Also, having worked in secreterial work $390 is over the top for a cv retype. Murray asked a question re who they were as we couldn't find anything on the web about them and they got really aggressive. A sign of a scam. Other people paid over money, but not us. We left, reported it to the Taupo Police and Consumer Affairs. These people were pretty good, but the shabby clothes, bomby cars, aggressive putdown to close questioning, no receipts or agreements for those paying over money ... gave it away. I guess, like most people, you don't want to think that people are so dishonest that they prey on people desperate for work, as they are in smaller towns ... but they are. Hope they get caught.
9/06/2012 6:32:38 p.m.
J A WATTS wrote:
I have also paid $390 to AAA Jobs for you recruitment co at Hamilton in the understanding there would be a job at the end of it in the mines in Australia They were very convincing and skilled con men.
9/06/2012 8:19:50 a.m.
Roz Sheehy wrote:
My brother Thos Sheehy (a man of few words in the check shirt), once told Brian O Driscoil, in a bar, quite rightly that he thought he was god :)
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