Geese in their hundreds have got Kāpiti residents in a flap.
Growing gaggles have taken up residence at Waikanae lagoons, and their aggressive behaviour, noise and mess are worrying the locals.
Some residents say the birds are the neighbours from hell, pooping on the street, chasing children and scaring dogs, and they should be culled.
But the council says its hands are tied, so it’s working with an animal charity to rehome some of the worst offenders.
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