At a time when the dilapidated state of New Zealand’s roads are a major public concern and the government has committed itself to a zero traffic deaths program that includes lowering speed limits, the national transport agency apparently thinks offering compulsory te reo lessons on roadside poles and motorway gantries is a good idea.
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