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Save our Centre! Government funding essential to keep classes running for disabled children in Taranaki.

Conductive Education Taranaki has provided highly valued specialised sessions for kids with disablilites since 2017 without Ministry of Health funding.   Conductive Education has been part of New Zealand for over 25 years, with existing providers receiving Government funding. Centres in Auckland, Waikato, Wellington and Christchurch all hold Child Development Services contracts to support their service delivery.  We have to raise it all ourselves through exposure, events and activities! Enough i

Created: 2020-08-03

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 925 886
7 days 234 223

TE WIWI NĀTI HAPŪ CLUSTER PETITION: THE ROAD

 Our road from and between the Kaiinanga Hill to the end of the Tikapa and Awanui Roads is often unsafe and inaccessible, especially in the wet months.   Whānau still live in that valley, and people travel in and out daily for work, for school, or to visit other whānau. We are often not able to attend our marae hui. The Ambulance and Fire Services often can't attend emergencies there.   We are asking that the Gisborne District Council repair the road.  No more short-term patch-ups.   We need our

Created: 2020-08-03

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 222 202
7 days 144 134

Preserve the Eskdale Park in the Esk Valley Napier

Petition summary: The HB Mountain Bike Club and the Hastings District Council have put forth a proposal to develop the Eskdale Park into a mountain bike hub with further future plans of development. This will take the direction of the Eskdale Park away from being the beautiful natural green country park it is currently. The Eskdale Park is the only country park in the Esk Valley area. It deserves to be protected and set up as a natural reserve and green space for families to enjoy both now and i

Created: 2020-07-29

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 309 294
7 days 130 126

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 enroachment on our right to responsibly feed ourselves; Because see 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 Ma

Created: 2020-08-11

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 97 97
7 days 97 97

Remove our waka MAMARU from the Mamaru Clinic title

Mamaru Clinic has had our WAKA name embedded in their title for years, and for years they have FAILED to appropriately serve and treat the descendants of MAMARU WAKA. We deserve better service and a much better level of care for a clinic carrying a name with so much MANA, and yet fail to uphold the MANA of its descendants...  and for this THEY DO NOT DESERVE TO HAVE OUR WAKA NAME IN THEIR TITLE - I think it's time to make a stand and protest to have the name changed and or REMOVE OUR WAKA MAMARU

Created: 2020-08-07

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 36 34
7 days 36 34

State highway 35 users against the speed restrictions that come into force on the 8th September 2020.

We are opposed to the permanent speed restrictions, from Pouawa to Okitu (100km/hr down to 80km/h), and the seasonal speed limit being reduced to 60km/hr. We want the speed limit left at the current level, instead other safety measures should be looked at. We believe that the speed reductions will further isolate the East Coast communitys, and only add to fatigue for all road users.

Created: 2020-08-12

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All time 31 31
7 days 31 31

Support for Mataikotare Rangatahi Marae Committee

The following are signatures of decedents of Ngāti Rangiteaorere and Mataikotare Marae.  Following multiple hui a Marae committee has been re-established due to the need of  maintenance, management and booking of the Marae facilities and surrounding grounds. We the hapu members of Ngāti Rangiteaorere and Mataikotare Marae are in full support of this committee and of the members that have been established. Leanne Phillips, Pirihira Paul, Rihipa Taiatini, Atutahi Potaka-Dewes, Michael Lecomte and

Created: 2020-08-09

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All time 34 27
7 days 34 27

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

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All time 26 23
7 days 26 23

New Plymouth Girls' High School Vape Policy

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 affects of vaping. We would like to eliminate this option in order to protect th

Created: 2020-08-06

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All time 18 18
7 days 18 18

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

Time period All countries New Zealand
All time 199 197
7 days 17 16