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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

Oppose the AGM of Te Kotahitanga Maori Reservation Trust held by ZOOM.

As a beneficiary and those who oppose the Annual General Meeting being held Saturday 19th of December 2020 by Zoom, I seek the Trustees to move the AGM to a ‘Kanohi-ki-te-Kanohi’ physical forum. According to the Maori Reservation Regulations 1994 sect.19(2a); the Trustees have breached their obligations to ensure that the Annual General Meeting shall be open to attendance of all beneficiaries or other persons whose benefit is intended. We have beneficiaries who have 'No Confidence' in a Zoom AG

Created: 2020-12-03 Statistics

Requesting MOE consider dual zoning for Selwyn College and Glendowie College in Remuera, St Johns Auckland

To: Ministry of Education New Zealand Re: parents requesting area around Grand Drive, Remuera and the whole of St Johns Park, be dual zoned for both Selwyn College and Glendowie College, Auckland  We the undersigned would be most grateful if the MOE would urgently look into changing the zoning for the small area in Remuera and St Johns  (around Grand Drive, Remuera known as the St John’s Park zone) to ensure dual zoning for both Selwyn College as well as Glendowie College.  The reasons for this

Created: 2021-04-16 Statistics

Crush the Quarry Featherston - Stop the Rock Crushing Onsite!

The quarry approved for Featherston and already started is just 3.8km away from our main street on Underhill Road.  When we factor in wind, the quarry dust (and potentially damaging silica) has the ability to reach the township.  The quarry also has devastating environmental aspects.  The Quarry is approved (for now), so as a community we have the chance to stop the crushing on-site and ugly stock piling.   Keep your kids breathing clean air.  Be able to hang out your laundry and open the window

Created: 2020-11-04 Statistics

Requesting MOE consider dual zoning for Selwyn College and Tamaki College, in north-western Glen Innes Auckland

To: Ministry of Education Re: Parents requesting the north-western area of Glen Innes West - to southern side of West Tamaki Road, bordered by Apirana Ave (to the west), Line Road (to the east), and Eastview Road (to the south) - be dual zoned in the Selwyn College zone, and Tamaki College zone. We, the undersigned, would be most grateful if the MOE would urgently look into changing the zoning for an area of Glen Innes West to ensure dual zoning for both Selwyn College as well as Tamaki College.

Created: 2021-07-10 Statistics

Kāpiti Council : please take appropriate measures to support safe driving on Ruapehu St.

Traffic Safety Team Kāpiti Coast District Coucil   Kia ora, We are concerned residents of Ruapehu Street and surrounding areas, seeking council action to mitigate the impact of traffic volumes and speeds in our neighbourhood.  You will be aware of multiple accidents and near misses on Ruapehu Street in recent years and long-held concerns held by the residents about the dangerous driving up and down the street, from Paraparaumu primary school to Valley Road.  We understand these issues have been

Created: 2021-05-02 Statistics

We do NOT want Nelson Council to proceed with the planned new library

We do NOT want the Nelson Council to proceed with the planned new library. We do NOT want or need a new library. And we do NOT want the rates rise associated with this planned new library, or any large rates rises. We demand that the Council focus spending on the current needs in Nelson. We are facing climate change with increasingly violent storms, more and bigger wild-fires, increasingly worse flooding; the real possibility according to the latest scientists of Covid getting into NZ; we have t

Created: 2021-05-31 Statistics

Free Australian Tala Pauga: Australian parliament to examine Australia's Extradition Laws and Compatibility with Human Rights

  To the Honourable President and members of the Senate in Parliament assembled: The petition of the undersigned shows: Noting: 1.            The Joint Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights is empowered to examine Acts for compatibility with human rights, and to report to both Houses of the Parliament on that issue and section 7(b) of the Human Rights (Parliamentary Scrutiny) Act 2011 so provides. 2.            The Independent State of Samoa has made a request of Australia dated 6th April 2

Created: 2020-10-15 Statistics

Improve the access tracks for Uruamu reserve in Lyttelton, NZ

We, the undersigned, wish to see access into Urumau Reserve improved according to the 2018 Urumau Development Plan (UDP).      The UDP shows shared use tracks from Foster Terrace, (1.) up the existing ‘Zig-Zags’, across to the 4wd vehicle access via (2.) ‘formed track’, and logically continuing to connect with the Urumau traverse track above (3.)        We first ask that the existing ‘formed track’ (section 2.) be formally approved and made fit for purpose.      Improvement would then be complet

Created: 2021-02-18 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