Hi, I am posting this to help anyone who wants to know where they stand relating to the law and fireworks. Sometimes its hard to confront people who are causing a nuisance with fireworks, especially if you are not really sure if the law supports you. So, to make it crystal clear - these are the Auckland Council Bylaws straight from their website.
Where you cannot light fireworks
You CANNOT light fireworks on council-controlled land, such as:
parks and reserves.
You are ALSO prohibited from lighting fireworks in:
road surfaces, berm or footpath on your street.
So, there you have it guys. If you have had enough of people letting off fireworks in your street, or the playing fields, or the reserve where you live, or in ANY public park, the law is on your side if you make a complaint or ask those involved to cease.
Kia ora Neighbours, A contested decision by politicians on the Upper Harbour Local Board to mow down 8,000 native plants and young trees, could bring a hefty bill. Council staff reject that there was a mistake in the planting, and now there could be a big bill. What do you think ?
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Froot Camp is a completely free bootcamp running in Auckland Domain - a great bunch of people who love to have a laugh while they sweat. We train three times a week and every session is different (so you'll never get bored).
Here's what you need to know:
- it's FREE! (Froot Camp = Free Bootcamp!)
- we train at 6pm on Tuesday and Thursday and 9am Saturday
- we meet at the back of the Museum
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