Courtesy of Lindsey Dawson. I guess the time may come for all of us to get ...
That was a lovely picture of Telecom boss Paul Reynolds in last week's paper. He's got a great smile. Mind you, I'd be smiling too, if I were earning $5 million a year...
Lindsey Dawson on sticky summer pleasures.
I can explain about the rat. It was dropped on our driveway from a great height by a hawk who had momentarily lost his attention span. As I approached it, it stretched out one forepaw towards me and squeaked.
The words 'red' and 'cake' don't really go together in my mind, so I was intrigued to see a story about some big dinner attended by political star Sarah Palin where the menu largely consisted of 'thick slices of roast pork and red velvet cake'.
Instant Millionaires, David Bain, Simon & Garfunkel, MIcrowaves, Eels and much more.
After several delays, I finally roared out of Auckland around 12:30 on a Wednesday afternoon and sneaked back in at 8:15 the following Monday evening. I'd had five and a half days on the road, covered 4,500km and had the time of my life.
Read Allan's May blog right here.
From weather in Auckland to politics in Fiji, read Allan Dick's latest column here.
There is a very real possibility that before I get this column completed, the 30-second-attention-span New Zealand news media will have found something else, other than Shane Jones, to go into a state of terminal hysteria over