Long-gone neighbours smelly rubbish a bit on the nose
Thursday 5 February 2004
What can you do if your neighbour leaves piles of stinking rubbish near your back door?
By The LandlordThe answer for Manurewa's Taylor family was not a lot, except put up with it for almost two months.
When they ate dinner, they put up with the sight and smell of a truckload of rubbish.
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