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It’s politics, cry White Hill folk

HEATHER-LYNN EVANSON, [email protected]

It’s politics, cry White Hill folk

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IT’S GOTTA be political victimisation.

That, said some residents of the St Andrew district of White Hill, could be the only reason why their pleas and cries for help, and for relocation, have fallen on deaf ears.

Yesterday morning, residents of the area, which has been plagued by land slippages, awoke to find their temporary road of less than six months had all but disappeared into the gully.

Their water was off, the pipes were broken but hastily patched by men in the neighbourhood, and residents were forced to pick their way gingerly down or up a meandering, rubble and rock-strewn obstacle course as a timber house was perched precariously on edge above their heads.

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.