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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

Help me bringing Padel-Tennis to New Zealand

Hi guys, We are players of padel from countries we originate and we would love to bring the sport to New Zealand.  Padel is one of the fastest growing sports in the world, with approximately 20 million players in 90 countries. We love padel because it is fun, accessible and social.  Please help me getting some momentum by signing the petition. Your signature will be used to convince the local Council to grant us a permit to erect a court.  Cheers    here is a quick demo of what Padel is: https:/

Created: 2021-01-24 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

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

Ngati Rangiteaorere, Mataikotare Marae call for a Special General Meeting

The following are signatures of decedents of Ngāti Rangiteaorere and Mataikotare Marae. Due to continued unacountability, the dis satifactory management and general preservation of our marae facilities and an inability to find an amicable Dispute Resolution, we hereby require an assembly of the hapu in regards to the removal of  current Marae Trust members, we the hapu memebers formally announce an expression of non confidence in their abilities. A Marae Committee has been assembled capable and

Created: 2020-08-10 Statistics

Save Renee's Box.

ByHi I'm Renee I'm a mother of a 7 month old boy and a 12 year old dog. Renee's box is my business and vocation. Without warning the Sunday night 6 weeks ago, was sent a message on Facebook messenger saying  my frontage seating space was being taken from me. I managed to negotiate 6 weeks but that's up and in all honestly I'm distrought.  Update : Now I've been given a rediculous 4 weeks to move the entire business, if you've been inside you know thats alot for me to do, pretty much impossible

Created: 2020-05-23 Statistics

Bring Mock Exams and Study Leave Back

 The decision to cancel mock examinations and study leave at Westlake Girls High School was one made without the input of the student body- the people that this decision effects the most. The value of practice examinations and study leave is monumentally more than that of only two more weeks of teaching time. This decision should be altered if the student body wishes it so. In this current climate, where there is so much uncertainty having our practice examinations is vital. Considering that man

Created: 2020-05-21 Statistics

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 Statistics

DUOS 24/7 OCE

Hey Epic, hoping you can take this petition into consideration.    As as a whole hoping we can get enough people on this petition for them to even take this into consideration. Show them there is a lot of people in OCE who are wanting duos. Please stop taking it out especially on WEEKENDS !!

Created: 2019-10-08 Statistics

Decriminalize possession of Psilocybin Mushrooms

Europe's strongest hallucinogenic mushroom, 'Liberty cap', are thriving in Denmark. The mushroom contains the psychoactive compound called psilocybin - a so-called psychedelic substance - which recent research indicates has a huge potential for treating depression, as well as helping people out of their nicotine and alcohol dependence. It stands proud out there, swaying in the Danish mole, in the woods and on open plains. The fungus is the strongest of its kind in Europe. And in these autumn da

Created: 2017-09-20 Statistics