I had to laugh when I looked at the Spectator's home page this morning:
Highlighted content: 'City living in a country setting', 'Rains overwhelm Red Hill parkway, east end' and 'Mutineers and rats on stadium ship' (Source: thespec.com)
Exhibit A: "City living in a country setting" - The well worn slogan of the 1950s push to suburbia is still good enough to sell homes in Hamilton. Good enough, in fact, that those homes are a major source of funding for the local media and election campaigns.
Exhibit B: "Rains overwhelm Red Hill Parkway, east end" - Apparently the environmental meddling required to support this 'bedroom economy' of unrestrained suburban expansion can cause, err, issues.
Exhibit C: "Mutineers and rats on stadium ship" - Issues aside, councillors are content with spending our "No Future" Fund where they've just spent the last couple hundred million, throwing good money after bad.
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