Shout out to the people who work to serve others!!! whether you're a cleaner who has to clean up lazy people's rubbish, whether you service motel rooms to keep them clean and tidy for the people staying, whether you work in retail where every second mother fucker asks to speak to your manager or whether you bust your ass in hospitality - I fucking love you and appreciate what you do. I hate people who disrespect others in these industries in particular. I don't give a fuck if someone is "paid" to clean up after you or whatever, just have some respect and make their jobs easier aye. Keep on your grind fam I see you 💜💜
🌟 what a summer that was New Zealand! a big chur to all our brothers and sisters who shared it with us🌟
this was our last show before we head overseas....if you have a mate in Australia or UK/Europe who needs to party we are coming 👆 www.shapeshifter.co.nz/tour and check the vid by Renegade Peach and SYRP 👌 x Shapies
America's Cup Class race boats lining up already? Until this week it was prohibited by the protocol, but now allowed after yet another rule change. Working together to protect their future AC framework agreement?
There’s no denying the first step to cutting crime in Northland, and other regions, is to boost police numbers. Talked to locals, including kaumatua on Saturday morning in Kaikohe, about crime and problems with some youth. The thin blue line has been getting thinner by the day thanks to the National government. In August last year we revealed the truth about dwindling police numbers in Northland. For example there was only an average of 43 police on duty at 7am and again at 11pm over four consecutive weekends. Around the country there were 208 ‘ghost’ stations. Northland has 156,0000 people living over a vast region and need more police. National’s promise of 880 more police falls well short. We need more police working in our communities and not just the large towns. New Zealand First committed in September last year to add 1800 extra police as soon as they can be trained.