A stack of six envelopes containing voting papers for the local body elections were spotted at the doorstep of a derelict building on a busy central Auckland footpath on Thursday, despite the letter box being taped shut. NZ Post admitted the delivery person had left the voting papers on the footpath, but said it took the responsibility of delivering voting papers "very seriously".
Do you think online voting would help eliminate the risk of election fraud?
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Kia ora neighbours, protesters have vowed to occupy Ōwairaka/Mt Albert 24/7 to block the planned removal of exotic trees.
The plan to cut down 345 non-natives is part of the Tūpuna Maunga Authority's restoration project, which will see 13,000 natives planted on the maunga.
But local residents are concerned about the mass felling and say they weren't adequately consulted.
What do you think of the plan and the protesters' actions?
Date nights of the 1950s era are back with drive-in movie screenings of ‘Grease’ at MOTAT.
Will you be going?