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Passengers Disillusioned by Ferry Redevelopment

Passengers Disillusioned about Ferry Redevelopment

By Phoebe McCreath

Frequent passengers of the Half Moon Bay ferry service are underwhelmed by the current service given and the redevelopment to come is lacking in promise to improve this. 619 more words

East Auckland

News Story: Progress in the Form of a Draft!

I have been typing away and have managed to put together the first draft of my news story.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

Passengers Underwhelmed about Ferry Redevelopment… 597 more words

News Story: Rejection...

As previously posted, I have attempted to contact David Collings from the Howick Local Board in order to arrange an interview with him about what the plans and designs are at this stage, and what the public can hope to see in the future. 109 more words

Nova Star releases executives' pay

HALIFAX – Amid mounting questions about the Nova Star ferry’s finances, the company released some of its executives’ salaries Thursday.

The information of four executives was released, all are shareholders, and as part of the agreement signed with the government, they agreed to defer 50 per cent of their salaries until the ferry service is profitable. 463 more words

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News Story: Continued Development...

So this is the progress of my story so far,

  • The public were unsatisfied with the parking facilities and resulted in parking on the grass, which they were fined for.
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News Story: Third Social Media Discussion

Following on from my second social media discussion, I asked a group of my peers who use the Half Moon Bay ferry service their opinions on the same topic, just to get a different age groups opinion. 83 more words

News Story: Second Social Media Discussion

After I decided to make the focus of my news story the redevelopment of the Half Moon Bay ferry service and terminal, I decided to redo my social media discussion on the East Auckland Grapevine via Facebook to see what the public opinion was on the issue of the parking not being improved. 97 more words

East Auckland