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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

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 67 61
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Prosecute Palmy Teen for assaulting THREE woman

A judge says a teenager who indecently assaulted three women could avoid a conviction. Te Rangiaho Ian Williams​, 18, was to be sentenced in the Palmerston North District Court on Thursday for the indecent assaults. But Judge Stephanie Edwards put the case off until September so a discharge without conviction could be considered. ”I’m troubled by this case,” she said. Each time Williams ran up behind a woman and indecently assaulted them. New Zealand this is an opportunity to band together and p

Created: 2020-09-05

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 162 157
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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

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 51 51
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Keep our kiwi right to sustainably harvest wild food

Below is one example of a politically correct and illogical regulation that is going to prevent average kiwis from eating from the wild.  Stop this encroachment on our right to responsibly feed ourselves; Because Sea Shepherd have launched a legal challenge in the USA to ban NZ fish exports to the USA (worth about NZ$200 million), the Government is introducing a set net ban out to 4 nautical miles in the Golden Bay and Tasman Bay regions to prove it is protecting dolphins when; 1. There are no M

Created: 2020-08-11

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 195 193
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Signatures needed for safe pedestrian crossing in Ngunguru!

We the residents of Ngunguru and the Tutukaka Coast petition the Whangarei District Council and Roading NZ to develop and establish pedestrian zebra crossings at 1983 Ngunguru Road as well as at the intersection of Ngunguru Road and Shoebridge Crescent.  These two crossing points already receive a large amount of pedestrian traffic, particularly at the start and end of the primary school day and require signage and a pedestrian right of way for the safety of our children and community members. A

Created: 2020-07-30

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All time 287 283
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Retain STV (Single Transferrable Vote) as the voting system for Dunedin City Council Mayoral and Councillor Elections

First up...If you're going to share this on Facebook PLEASE sign it too - Thanks! A vocal minority, unhappy that their choice for mayor did not get elected, wish to push through a change back to an FPP (first past the post) system, in a thinly veiled attempt to get Dunedin's most divisive councillor in modern times elected as a minority mayor! A petition has been created by their supporters and it felt appropriate to 'balance the scales' Why FPP is undemocratic, and STV is a much better system:

Created: 2020-07-26

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All time 193 192
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Ban Lee Williams aka 'Cross the Rubicon' from social media for preaching Right Wing Extremism.

Well before the Mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand took place this man was spouting his bile and racist filth via his YouTube account 'Cross the Rubicon'.  Directly after this horrific murder of 51 innocent Muslims he still continued with his agenda.  He has been associated with a number of convicted right wing extremisits and has been shunned by ALL the far right political party's because of his disgusting ideologies. He himself has been visited twice by fully armed New Zealand polic

Created: 2020-06-20

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 17 10
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Safer streets with safer lighting

The above picture is Allen Bell Bridge at 6.15am. One of many bridges with insufficient lighting & unsafe footpaths due to lack of lighting which is hazardous. We as a community should be able to walk our streets safely, day and night without fear! Township streets should not be restricted because of the lack of street lighting. Recently I was approached and stalked by a person in a dark area which left me shaken and afraid. I’ve reported the incident to the police and have brought this upon

Created: 2020-06-09

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 239 235
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Ban on uniforms for New Zealand.

Students should be aloud to express there personality through how they dress. Let’s ban uniforms for high school students in New Zealand.

Created: 2020-05-20

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All time 9 7
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SeaLink continued services to Port Fitzroy, Great Barrier Island

The residents of Port Fitzroy and the surrounding areas of north Great Barrier Island have been formally informed by the North Barrier Residents and Ratepayers Association that after Easter 2020 SeaLink will no longer bring freight or passengers to the Port Fitzroy Wharf. If SeaLink discontinues  passenger and freight services to Port Fitzroy and makes Tryphena the only stop on Great Barrier Island, our northern Barrier communities will suffer both personally and financially.  In fact, it has th

Created: 2020-03-07

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 157 139
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