Wednesday, 15 April 2009


We had a nice sojourn at Dockside today. Not lunch, just an afternoon fizz, Allan Scott Blanc de Blanc. At the next table was a venerable gent who was in town to support his wife who had flown in for an interview for one of the top Govt jobs. She will have to get on with the Mccullievellian one.

We were please to see that one of the silent partners in Dockside was doing a very long lunch in the loudest lime green shirt we have seen for some time.

We gazed out at two buildings that despite the bite of the recession have sold for princely sums. The Maritime Towers fetched a reputed $62mil and the BP towers sold for a piffling $26mil.

And just when we thought we had seen the last of the layabouts of the last regime, we hear that Mahara Okeroa is doing a bit of graft for the Office of Treaty Settlements.

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