Most popular petitions in New Zealand in 2021

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New Zealand Flower Farmers deserve fairer treatment and consideration. Support contactless deliveries for cut flowers through level 3 and 4 Delta lockdown.

Our local cut flower growing industry is sinking fast! From small family farms to larger operations, all have been forced to destroy a heartbreaking amount of their beautiful blooms. Level 4 Delta has left the cut flower farming community at a breaking point - financially, physically and emotionally - even though there are many ways to distribute their flowers safely.   Listen to Ella Stewarts report on our industry with Aila and Christy and the way this has affected their production and a possi

Created: 2021-09-07 Statistics

Petition to remove Hillary Barry from our air waves

Hillary Barry is publicly announcing that we should discriminate and bully each other based on people's personal choices. She is an advocate for Standing up against Bullies yet uses the TV show Seven Sharp on TV1 to tell others to divide the community and to discriminate. Don't let this troll on our air waves anymore.   

Created: 2021-09-30 Statistics

Investigation and Prosecution of Those Individuals Responsible for Crimes Against Humanity

Investigation and Prosecution of Those Individuals Responsible for Crimes Against Humanity   29 September 2021     The International Criminal Court Office of the Prosecutor Post Office Box 19519 2500 CM The Hague The Netherlands     And   Ms. Karen Mosoti, or official replacement for the office of Liaison Office of the International Criminal Court to the United Nations 866 United Nations Plaza Suite 476 New York, NY, 10017 USA 212-486-1346/47/62     Email: otp.informationdesk@icc-cpi.int   Dear

Created: 2021-09-29 Statistics

SAVE TAURANGA BAY & NINE MILE FROM BECOMING A 24/7 INDUSTRIAL TRUCKING ROUTE

Tauranga Bay is one of the jewels of the ‘Untamed Natural Wildeness’                of the Buller District...and one of the prime recreational areas                         for locals and visiting tourists Did you know... -Westland Mineral Sands have lodged a Resource Consent Application with the Buller District Council and West Coast Regional Council for a proposed Mineral Sand Mining operation in the sand dunes behind Oceanview Subdivision on Okari Road, Nine Mile Beach? This resource consent

Created: 2021-08-06 Statistics

Requesting community support for the Borman road extension

This road is planned for 2024/5 but could happen as soon as next year if there is community support for it. It will offer an alternative access to RHS, Summerset Retirement Village & the Peak without using Moonlight drive .Significantly reduce the traffic flow at the traffic lights at the Borman rd / Moonlight Drive junction. Reduce the traffic flow using Sirius Crescent & Arista Way to bypass the lights . Reduce traffic heading left at the lights (past Countdown & Hamilton Christian

Created: 2021-04-07 Statistics

Opposing the Burswood change of route for Eastern Busway, Pakuranga to Botany - new draft route through Burswood.

Kia ora, We are a tight knit, quiet community, located off Ti Rakau Drive, between Pakuranga and Botany. In the past 5 days, Auckland Transport have provided notice of intent to seize between 40 - 50 homes for the construction of a dual lane, rapid transit bus route that cuts through our community. We are devastated. The draft but preferred plan, deviates from what has been publically advised and consulted on since 2018 and effectively moves our community from quiet, safe, place to retire and an

Created: 2021-11-03 Statistics

Protect Lake Puketirini -Stop Gleeson & Cox proposed new managed Landfill in Huntly

Please sign petition to try and stop the proposed Gleeson & Cox "Managed Landfill" in Huntly and protect Lake Puketirini.  The last clean water lake in the Waikato.  Runoff will pollute this lake

Created: 2021-03-05 Statistics

Re-establishing the Waikiwi BMX Track

Myers Reserve in North Invercargill Waikiwi features some BMX ramps and the skeletons of an old BMX Track.  The track was used and enjoyed by kids around the area in the 80's and 90's. Unfortunately over time it has grown grass and the old ramps need some repairs. The Invercargill City Council have not had a lot of Public interest or community support for getting this BMX track back up and running.  I know it was loved by many and could be enjoyed my many kids and families in the future if it wa

Created: 2021-05-17 Statistics

Mandeville Path between McHughes and No. 10 Roads

In our community, we have the gorgeous Mandeville Village and well-supported Swannanoa School. Unfortunately, bike or walking access to both these sites is not particularly safe or enticing due to the often unkempt and difficult-to-bike-on grass verge between McHughes Road and No 10 Road - particularly for children/ families in the wet winter months. I have secured an opportunity to speak to Council next Thursday to request consideration of this project in their upcoming Draft Long Term Plan 202

Created: 2021-04-29 Statistics

Stop the Stench! Cover Seaview Wastewater Treatment Plant

  Did you know that approx 7000 people work in the Seaview/Gracefield Industrial Estate? not to mention the number of people from surrounding residential areas who drive through it every day.... Did you know that the odour from the Waste Water Treatment plant affects property values in the area? Did you know that the treatment plant frequently apologise for the stench they create to the local businesses in writing, meaning there is no denying that the smell is coming from them? Technology is ava

Created: 2021-11-07 Statistics

Prosecute Brian Tamaki for breaching public health order.

Brian Tamaki publically breached the law in organising the anti lock down protest. He selfishly acted against the public of New Zealand. He has risked the lives of the vast majority of community minded citizens. Destiny Church has received $127,867.20 in wage subsidies from the community taxs and the community needs to send him a message that his behaviour is not acceptable. New Zealanders have sacrificed so much, upto and including the lives of loved ones to protect our country and Brian Tamaki

Created: 2021-10-02 Statistics

Bring back meeanee skid pad

Hey every one this petition is to try and win back our skid pad we have in the bay  for us to use once again and hold meets and comps and stuff like that the more support the better and make the community safer   Cheers  Chris 

Created: 2021-01-30 Statistics

A local skid pad for new plymouth

The car scene in New Plymouth is asking for signatures around getting help from the council to build a skid pad out of the way of residential areas, so we can provide the enthusiast's with a spot to do what they love without disrupting the public and the cops. This petition will be attached to an email sent to the council as a way of hopefully showing them the money will not go to waste

Created: 2021-10-24 Statistics

A Desperate Plea to Bring Me Back Home!

Kia Ora, I am a resident of Hawkes Bay and it has been my home for close to 6 years while I work for the Hawkes Bay District Health Board as a Procurement Specialist. I am a staunch believer of the Gandhian philosophy in giving back to the community that one lives in, which led me to serve as board member for Hawkes Bay Multicultural Association, Hawkes Bay Young Professionals and the Napier Toastmasters. Last year I was presented with an opportunity to best serve my community and it was also th

Created: 2021-08-01 Statistics

Mobile Homes are an affordable, durable, healthy, safe & attractive solution to housing needs in the Gisborne Region

Please help to encourage Gisborne District Council to accomodate these affordable, warm, dry, durable and attractive mobile homes.They are part of the solution for today’s housing needs.  If you want more information please follow this link.  More | mobilehome.nz

Created: 2021-06-09 Statistics

Matai Moana, Mt Crawford, Stop the Sale

Matai Moana (Mt Crawford) Kāti te hoko! Stop the sale!   These guys have started drilling!   More Maori Land Gone, Sold by our own.  No uri, whanau, hapu or iwi consultation.   Stop the Sale whanau Sign the Petition the link shows the work has started today.  Lets stand in solidarity. This is our Bastion Point in Poneke.     https://www.facebook.com/messenger_media/?thread_id=1270009098&attachment_id=924868714912948&message_id=mid.%24cAABa9TZtpjiAqybzpF6eeGlyYWgu   The Taranaki Whānui Ur

Created: 2021-05-31 Statistics

Bring ALDI supermarkets to New Zealand!

I've started this petition to get Aldi to open up shops in NZ. After returning from Australia where I discovered and fell in love with Aldi for the first time. I was so impressed with the affordability, quality and range of food, clothing, house wear etc.I belive to make it more affordable for NZ consumers the supermarkets need more competition - Aldi is the answer to this and I feel it would be hugely popular here in NZ.I really belive there is a need and a market for this chain of supermarket

Created: 2017-07-06 Statistics

We oppose AB Lime's application to receive a 35-year consent to intake UNLIMTED WASTE compared to 100,000t limit at the moment and their plan to become the SOLE LANDFILL for the Lower South Island.

We oppose the application made by AB Lime Ltd to Environment Southland to receive a 35-year consent to intake UNLIMTED WASTE compared to 100,000t limit at the moment and their plan to become the SOLE LANDFILL for the Lower South Island.  ____________________________________________________________________ THAT REALLY STINKS AB LIME!!! AB Lime Ltd and their landfill operation is located 4km from our small rural town of Winton and near our lovely Oreti River in the heart of our wonderful Southland

Created: 2021-03-13 Statistics

Change Auckland City Council dog registration tags from plastic to metal.

We are a group of students from Glendowie College who are carrying out a social action as part of an internal for our Global Studies class. This internal is part of the NCEA Level 3 Social Studies framework and we will be assessed as per the marking criteria in AS91599: Examine personal involvement in a social action(s) that aims to influence policy change(s). This internal requires us to carry out a social action that aims to influence a policy change, and then examine our personal involvement

Created: 2021-07-28 Statistics

Stop the violation of section 18 in New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990

If the bill is past into law to place borders in New Zealand, it will not be a temporary measure it will be permanent your freedom of movement will be lost forever New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 18Freedom of movement (1)Everyone lawfully in New Zealand has the right to freedom of movement and residence in New Zealand. (2)Every New Zealand citizen has the right to enter New Zealand. (3)Everyone has the right to leave New Zealand.

Created: 2021-11-06 Statistics