Thursday, 19 November 2015 09:52

Holier than thou

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The sanctimonious lot from Bitch & Complain (Fish & Game) have spat the dummy and walked away from the Land and Water Forum – like a petulant, spoiled child in a blaze of self-interested publicity.

The Hound would have thought chief executive Bryce Johnson might want to take a look at his own house first before throwing stones at other organisations. After revealing some seriously dodgy dealings in the Hawkes Bay branch last issue your old mate has been inundated with messages that he needs to keep following the scent coming off "the rotting flesh in HB Fish & Game". Meantime, questions are also being asked about Johnson himself: he's had 25 plus years at the helm, on a big salary, the role is 'self-assessed' and is said to be difficult to be replace.

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