“It’ll be business as usual when me and the boys get back to the office on Monday,” he told WWNews on condition we reveal just how many of the team voted twice in Te Tai Tokerau. “There’ll be the same bullying, cheating, back-door deals and chicanery, but we will divert less energy into trying to cover it up this time round. None, asherly.”
Mr Keys did say however there might be sweeping changes in some areas. “However,” he said. “There will be some sweeping changes. Mrs Collins will now be working closely with the cleaning team.”
The nation’s farmers are applauding the landslide National victory, as legislation previously pending will soon be passed allowing them to build milking sheds on bridges spanning rivers. The Labour party is expected to carrying on with a similar form of action, in their own nest.
To sport now, and TV3’s Lisa Owen has emerged clear winner in the Politician Jostling Stakes, although the stipes are awaiting the results from the obligatory drug tests. Once they’ve all been cleared, they’ll send her the certificate.
A brief look at the weather now and while the outlook may be gloomy there’s a good chance of sunshine on the horizon. Of Orkney. Seeya.