The truck had just delivered a full tanker to the Triad Petroleum depot and was departing when it embarrassingly chose to have a mechanical breakdown as it left the gate, totally blocking the road. Ben, who was pictured on the front page of the Cook Islands News last Friday, took charge of the situation without any fuss, authoritatively directing traffic down the edges of the road around the stricken vehicle until help arrived to tow the tanker truck out of the way. As a result, the traffic kept moving and nobody go too upset about the disruption. Top job Ben.
BE FAIR WITH ROAD SPENDING
Taxpayers money spend on Avatiu and Takuvaine new road, what about the other villages around the island. Be fair to everybody.
WATER CONNECTION DIG-UP?
The new roads just finished tar seal up at Takuvaine, what will happen if I want a new water connection on the other side because the main pipeline on the other side are they going to dig up the road again.
LUDICROUS POLITICAL IDEA
Thank goodness Rose has gone back to the CIP. Who on Earth dreamed up the ridiculous idea that a novice politician defector who depends on her husband to run the show for her would be fit to be the leader of any party? The idea was ludicrous from the beginning.