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No Vaccine Passports NZ

We the people of New Zealand categorically reject the proposed introduction and use of vaccine passports or any other form of segregation based on the vaccine status of an individual. As we have the right by law under the Bill of Rights act 1990 section 11 to 11 Right to refuse to undergo medical treatment.Everyone has the right to refuse to undergo any medical treatment. We believe Vaccine Passports meet the definition of coercion as not having one will restrict an individuals ability to access

Created: 2021-08-11 Statistics

Rectify and Address Congestion North West of Auckland

This petition has been started to present to Michael Wood (Minister of Transport) – m.wood@ministers.govt.nz and NZTA (SH16/18 Project Team) - Sh16-18@nzta.govt.nz on behalf of the community of North West Auckland to get some action to address the issues faced in regards to extremely heavy congestion and the impact this is having on most of our day to day lifes. We require 150 signatures within the first 30 day to make this applicable.  But the more we can get the better. It's time we started lo

Created: 2020-12-15 Statistics

Keep our kids and pets safe on nile rd and surrounding roads

I've lived on nile for 6 years and have noticed cars flying around the roads not caring about pets or children. I have had 4 cats hit by them 3 deseased, 1 that survived.. I've lost count of how many times the neighbour's kids have almost been hit! There are 6 or so schools in the area and nile rd and the roads off it seem to be a race track to these people. we are the only roads in kelston without speed bumps.  Upon posting about my latest kitty getting hit and killed (which they didn't even st

Created: 2021-09-01 Statistics

Raise your voice for Afghanistan

After the collapse of the Afghan government, and the takeover of the Taliban regime, I am collecting signatures of Afghan nationals and other New Zealanders in order to urge the New Zealand Government to create a special category for Afghan refugees prioritizing women, girls, human right advocates, religious and other minorities.      بعد از سقوط دولت أفغانستان و اشغال دولت بوسیله گروه طالبان من در حال جمع آوری امضا از أفغان های عزیز ساکن نیوزیلند و سایر ساکنین کشور نیوزیلند هستم تا بتوان از دول

Created: 2021-09-05 Statistics

Stop LGBTQ+ Hate Crimes!

Imagine feeling unsafe in the area that you live in, why? Because people don't accept who you do and don't love. For example: a 23-year-old man thought he would never see again when he was attacked with pepper spray in a suspected homophobic assault in London, and two gay men were targeted and attacked in Austin, Texas. You can't choose who you're attracted to, and just going to Pride parades can turn bad such as when three years ago, 50-year-old Tommy Barwick was attacked after London's Pride p

Created: 2021-09-13 Statistics

Save Otahuhu Town Hall and community facilities

Save Otahuhu Town Hall and Community Facilities   Petition to Auckland Council and Mangere-Otahuhu Local Board We, the undersigned, oppose the proposed sale of the community facilities at 10-16 High St. Otahuhu. The land and the buildings are owned for the citizens and ratepayers and should not be sold. The organisations that operate from these facilities provide essential services to all the people of Otahuhu. The Otahuhu Town Hall is the historical, social and cultural heart of the community.

Created: 2021-01-03 Statistics

The removal of the Norfolk Pine Trees at Pahi

We, The Pahi Reserve Society Inc., are petitioning the Kaipara District Council and Northland Regional Council to have the Norfolk Pine Trees located at Pahi, right by the Childrens Playground, removed. These two trees have become dangerous to the point of deteriorating branches falling into the playground, one of which narrowly missed one of the play equipment in the playground, while a child was playing in there. There is a Bed and Breakfast next to the playground which is also in danger of fa

Created: 2021-02-24 Statistics

Objection to density of social housing at 675-681 Gladstone Road and 42 Mill Road

Kainga Ora propose to build 22 units for social housing for approximately 70 residents in 2 and 3 storey buildings on the above site which is less than 0.75 of an acre in area. (See images below.) I, and local residents, have no objection to social housing and are sympathetic to the need in Gisborne but we do have concerns about the density and specifically the height of the buildings proposed. This area of Te Hapara is all one storey buildings so to have 2 storey, let alone the 3 storey propose

Created: 2021-08-30 Statistics

Free Unison: To get the Hawke's Bay Power Consumer Trust to distribute Unison Networks Limited shares to power consumers.

Currently the Hawke's Bay Power Trust owns all the shares in Unison Networks Ltd and the time has come for them to distribute them to the eligible Consumers. Based on recent calculations that would entitle each Consumer to approximately $10,000 worth of shares.  Sign the petition to help it happen!  ============================ This petition is to get the Trust to agree to the following:  The Proposal 1 The Hawke's Bay Power Consumer Trust allocate all the shares in Unison Networks            L

Created: 2021-09-21 Statistics

Petition to Oppose Relocation for Rebuild Purposes of Existing Marae Development Plan,Te Kotahitanga Marae of Te Kotahitanga Maori Reservation Trust, Kaikohe.

"Ko te whare ahau,ko ahau te whare" My Meeting House is me, I am my Meeting House This petition invites supporters to submit petition support that: 1. Opposes the plans of the Te Kotahitanga Maori Reservation Trust’s intention to take the advice of the project management for the marae rebuild to move the wharehui; and that in so doing should it take the advice to shift the wharehui, devoids the mana,mauri and wairua of the wharehui anticipated to be repaired and renovated when closed in 2015; 

Created: 2021-09-16 Statistics