Northland is a fun region of North Island, New Zealand known for its beach life, farming, education, agriculture, innovation in machinary design, art - as well as being an entrepreneurial sanctuary haven with picturesque properties. Billionaires have homes in the beaut North.
Northland is also set to be a converging destination of the wealthy and famous, when Orion’s Larry Ellison and the America’s Cup yachting team begin practice-training on Northland’s ocean waters in the near future in their preparation to The America’s Cup.
What Northland may benefit from though is a new streamlined road. A proposed blue highway to the north’s coasts – that opens up the region, so that guests will appreciate with ease, the place that was the first capitol of New Zealand in history. As mentioned a lot on this blog, it is also the place where our founding document was inked too in good faith, as a nation of one people under Fun.
Te Tai Tokerau Northland is what our founding fathers and mothers of NZ, christened: the birthplace of a nation.
The highway’s cost is $2 billion. In Beverly Hills, a figure like $2b can be described as being like a year of wrangling on the stock market. For example watching the markets, from 7am to 10am, Mon-Fri – with the rest of the days free - are all in a billionaire’s mornings of trading. They have it sweet. That was when the markets were in more trustworthy days.
So with billionaire earning caps on then, a 2 billi road is totz achievable. A doddle. Needless to say our elite rising sports stars and their audiences would appreciate this enhanced road to get to the significant sights of cultural importance. in the birthplace of the nation region.
I wonder what oil wells in the South of New Zealand could pay for this important road? Just kidding. :)
Like all builds, the benefits vs disadvantages of a floated spend when investing in vital infrastructure projects of all kinds in New Zealand – need to be discussed as a normal process in a democratic nation’s dealings and planning efforts. The discussion is taking place at the moment. It should alway start with the minerals map, really! And a region’s agricultural potential and lay out. These two factors always determines the shape of a road if a road is designed smartly. If we get this right, the region’s growth is more robust, and people can enjoy the weekends with a better roading system created too.
TVNZ’s Bernadine Oliver-Kirby and Rene Graham brought an exciting story for Te Tai Tokerau Northland’s future on the topic.
It’s also a New Zealand story, as instead of going to Aussie all the time, on vacations; Kiwis should just spend a week in Northland bonding with family at the beaches instead during summer. Our domestic tourism would love the thoughtfulness of Kiwis as we seek to rebuild our economy.
Northland is a playground for too much ocean fun, as epitomized in the smiles of our bronzed blonde Maori hockey babes, the Harrisons, for example, at London’s Olympics this year. It is these athletes home hood and playground. Ye-ah!
Click on the holiday destination road signs to watch the news rheel excitement.
Hollywood Northlanders travel story time: (It is Sunday): Once upon a time, a young lad grew up playing the guitar in church in a town called Memphis.
He sung gospel tunes. His hero was his momma.
Observing the talent of his African-American neighbors, he went on to borrow their sound, put his own spin on the music, present it in a sexy way as a white small town boy, American music artist. As we know, his name was Elvis. His legend: from gospel roots Tennessee to the King of Rock N’ Roll.
Today in Hollywood, his image is used in niche supermarket stores like Trader Joes, to make even rice and water blended drinks, more appealing. The power of good art and marketing as something Elvis helped add to as an artist of pop art’s legacy. It is still on show today.
Summary of Elvis highways in NZ: It would be really cool to listen to some classic Elvis anthems, sunnies on in a convertable - heading to the beach on the new blue highway of Northland. Groovy summer fun, without the snooze fest of compulsory patience testing with roadway congestion on Northland roads at peak times.
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Updated: Good News for Christchurch peoples too: Q+A: Gerry Brownlee (11:59) - Rebuild should get underway before year’s end.
[Photo snap while shopping, Hollywood California - Blogger's own].
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 29.7.12~
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Banjo bluegrass music by the late Earl Scruggs, 88, of Nashville.
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The dance club next-door in Auckland City is thumping pumping ramping amping, the meanest rave beats. Sounds quite good actually!
Then, I put on my ear phones and tune into some country music via Keith Urban of Whangarei City. Here’s Long Hot Summer.
Love the energy of the crowd in this music montage and the banjo at the end of this song. Let’s keep it chill.
~”Keith Urban, Google Images Horiwood Snap Shot” in this moment. Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 20.1.12~
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