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Wellsford Town Pavers a Health and Safety Hazard

The Wellsford main street pavers have caused an issue for both young and old - thethe slippery, uneven surface has caused many people to slip and trip and, in many cases,causing injuries - some serious.Yesterday I went in front of the Rodney Council Board and presented the petition which has gone really well however, we now need to go in front of the Auckland Transport Board, so we need your support, and signing the petition is a great start.  Thank you to those who have already signed but pleas

Created: 2021-06-20 Statistics

Widen Austin Road

This petition will be sent to the Whangarei District Council in an effort to prioritise the widening of parts of Austin Road, Maunu, Whangarei.  It also requests that a centre line and edge lines are painted on the entire length of the road, as currently there are portions of the road that have no lines. This petition originated from residents who are concerned that the road should be safer given the volume of traffic increasing with the ongoing subdivision activity in recent years.  The stretch

Created: 2020-08-28 Statistics

Request for DOC to consider ideas on the future of Lake Otamangakau Fishery

LAKE OTAMANGAKAU CHALLENGING TIMES AHEAD On Friday 17th July 2020, the Department of Conservation (DOC) invited interested parties of Anglers of Lake Otamangakau to attend an open meeting to discuss some issues that are of concern to DOC regarding the future of Lake Otamangakau. The main concerns discussed were the alarming rise in fish mortalites in the Lake during the hottest part of the summer.  Also discussed was the practice of catch and release throughout after extensive tests were carried

Created: 2020-08-16 Statistics

SAVING HOKITIKA WESTLAND HERITAGE

WE the undersigned OPPOSE a proposal by Westland District Council to purchase such Commercial Premises located at 41 Weld Street, Hokitika at cost of $1.5 million dollars for purpose of Museum. Artefacts belonging to our Pioneers and Families of Westland were sheltered in the Carnegie Library Building (Heritage classified) and also purpose built Drummond Hall. The closure of these buildings and artefacts stored in containers is unacceptable.  We petition Westland District Council expedite the re

Created: 2020-09-05 Statistics

we want to see Halina Free in a preeettyyy dress

Sign my petition and i'll give you a lollipop, and so you can see Halina Free in a pretty dress.

Created: 2020-09-11 Statistics

In Support of Academic Freedom of Expression and Critical Thought

We believe in upholding the democratic values of freedom of speech, thought, and expression. We view Academic freedom of expression in universities as paramount to the process of higher education and empirically-grounded research. The suppression of opposing views stifles critical thought and debate, which are incredibly important parts of a university education and should be promoted and encouraged in both students and staff. We strongly oppose the idea that Academic Freedom should only apply

Created: 2021-02-27 Statistics

SAVE THE SIR DOVE MYER ROBINSON LAWN

The Dove-Myer Robinson Park and its magnificent pohutukawa are threatened by the construction of a National Erebus monument. The proposed structure will be up to 8 metres above ground and its length many more. Images from the Ministry of Culture and Heritage. Images developed by local residents This project has not been well conceived, and has been pushed through without due process including wider community consultation. This is not acceptable. Our petition is to the Waitemata Local Board an

Created: 2019-09-26 Statistics

Requesting MOE consider dual zoning for Selwyn College and Glendowie College for North Western Glen Innes and Wai O Taiki Bay 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) and Wai O Taiki Bay- be dual zoned in the Selwyn College zone, and Glendowie 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 w

Created: 2021-08-01 Statistics

Improve the rural roads in Tairawhiti

We want the Gisborne District Council to address the state of out rural roads. Specifically with respect to potholes in the tar sealed and gravel roads.this petition calls for the GDC to repair the potholes and apply capital metal to improve our degraded roads.

Created: 2020-08-17 Statistics

New Plymouth Girls' High School Vape Policy

Dear Stella Bond (Acting Principal), Currently, at New Plymouth Girls' High School there is no policy against students vaping on school grounds. This is an issue because vaping with high levels of nicotine has been proven to negatively affect the human body and can lead to addiction. Young people are at risk of being peer pressured by others to participate in this and as their brains are not yet fully developed they are unlikely to consider the longterm effects of vaping. The New Zealand Cancer

Created: 2020-08-06 Statistics