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Thursday, 20 September 2018 10:39

Pot/kettle

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Your old mate notes his good friends at Bitch & Complain (Fish & Game) have had yet another crack at the farming sector, this time over winter grazing.

However, this old mutt reckons the sanctimonious types at Bitch & Complain might want to look in-house before throwing rocks at others. One would think chief executive Martin Taylor might be better employed investigating what’s happening within his own organisation before lecturing the agriculture sector – again. Currently, both the central South Island and North Canterbury branches of Fish & Game are undergoing audits due to alleged financial and organisational irregularities. The Hound suggests that perhaps Bitch & Complain should clean up its own act before telling others what to do.

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