I have read this week’s KapiMana News, and what caught my attention was the article about the banning of gang insignia.
I visit my brother, who is buried at the same cemetery, two or three times a week, and have never found the gang members/ headstones a problem.
I personally think that if you ban everything people believe in and all that we know, you may as well ban religious headstones as well. Removing Mary and Jesus.
This incident has happened once that we know of, yet thousands are buried there.
MONIQUE MAKENE, Porirua congestion coming out of Aotea?’’
Claire: ‘‘I’d rather the council buy it than a developer who could fit the equivalent of a whole suburb into that space. And for those worried about who will live in it, wait for the final details of the actual deal to be revealed.’’
Demelza: ‘‘Finally, a forwardthinking council. Deputy Mayor Liz Kelly nailed it, once land like this is sold and ‘‘developed’’ it is lost forever. Kudos to this council for thinking outside the box. I wish more councils showed the same forethought.’’
Jan: ‘‘PCC is unbelievable. Do the councillors think all ratepayers have bottomless pockets. It’s time this unnecessary spending stopped as some of us are trying to manage on super and cannot afford the constant increases in rates.’’