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Can you please rephrase that in either english or some close approximation.  You are like some crazy algal bloom, clogging up all of the the threads.

You too? I thought I was the only one being followed... I'm gutted... I feel so cheap...

Rehab, what on earth are you demanding an apology for? In case you are not aware, up votes are generally given for intelligent, well reasoned posts or posts that really resonate with the person g

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21 minutes ago, Ed said:

Perhaps even just 1 decent 360 camera so you can look wherever you want

Contact your regional council and the harbour board. U probably will not get much change from the harbour board as they have had so much bad filackfrom the members here.

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like the moorings

probably part of auckland transport

and all their 'camera money' is spent on cashing in on revenue gathering victimless crime

to pay for trains and buses

people no longer want to use

 

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1 hour ago, erice said:

like the moorings

probably part of auckland transport

and all their 'camera money' is spent on cashing in on revenue gathering victimless crime

to pay for trains and buses

people no longer want to use

 

That's A bit negative.

Wellington Golden Bay the south Island have them and they are tremendious.   exceptionally  clear.

https://www.farewellspit.com/golden-bay-web-cam/

Theirs a camera on farewell spit light house also.

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somebody ask them then

what auckland's budget will be for tourism webcams?

then compare it to the budget for buslane cams

Auckland Transport (AT) collected more than $11 million in fines in the last year and the AA says the system needs an overhaul.

But AT is instead planning to install even more cameras.

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/04/auckland-transport-collecting-an-extra-4m-in-bus-lane-fines-per-year.html

The 16 cameras currently in operation are on Fanshawe St, Queen St, Hobson St and Khyber Pass Rd.

AT plans to install a further six CCTV cameras this winter to monitor transit lanes on Grafton's Park Rd and Great North Rd in Grey Lynn.

 

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1 hour ago, erice said:

like the moorings

probably part of auckland transport

and all their 'camera money' is spent on cashing in on revenue gathering victimless crime

to pay for trains and buses

people no longer want to use

 

Rubbish, I want to, and do, use the trains every day.

The northern motorway will soon be at a standstill In the mornings of all the bus users users permanently switch to cars.

 Just because you love your car doesn’t mean it’s the right solution for everyone. In the same vein busses and trains don’t suit everyone. 
the problem comes in that motorway upgrades are paid by central government, but public transport is only funded by local councils, both with very different political agendas 

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