Berm warfare and a few lessons from a roadtrip

Fountain, Barbara
November 2013
New Zealand Doctor;11/6/2013, p1
The author reflects on the issue concerning berm maintenance and etiquette in Auckland, New Zealand. She accounts her sojourn in the British Isle when the berm issue was big news and was spread across the front page of newspapers and filled vast swathes of televisions in New Zealand, and to find out in her return that the issue has not been resolved. She also shares the lessons she learned from her roadtrip in the British Isle regarding berm warfare.


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