85 days ago

Poll: Should the Avalon Drive bypass have a 60kmh speed limit?

Libby Wilson Reporter from Hamilton Press

The change - down from 80kmh - is one of several suggested by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency.
But Hamilton Deputy Mayor Geoff Taylor said it seems "close to failing the common sense test".
Read more here. Do you think the Avalon Drive bypass should have a 60kmh speed limit?

Should the Avalon Drive bypass have a 60kmh speed limit?
  • 14.6% Yes, it would be safer.
    14.6% Complete
  • 80.3% No, it's meant to help people get through the city quicker.
    80.3% Complete
  • 5.1% Not sure, I need more information.
    5.1% Complete
137 votes
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Cat attacks in Hamilton and surrounding areas

Ashley from Maeroa


(shared from Facebook)

Sadly the SPCA have shown a disinterest at the moment about the antifreeze one but it is being worked on.

Please be extra vigilant and report all of these offenses to SPCA and police under the Animal Welfare Act 1999 (refer photos for WILFUL ILL-TREATMENT OF ANIMALS description and penalties).

Please also post these acts to this group as we will be collating these offenses.
THIS IS ALL ANIMALS, NOT JUST CATS - Please share all as this needs to stop!!!

Antifreeze poisoning: Nawton, Hamilton

Fur attacked and painted: St Andrews/Pukete, Hamilton

Petrol douse, shooting, various attacks: Willow Gove, Morrinsville

13 hours ago


Trisha from Glenview

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Hamilton Good Bitches Baking needs your help to grow our chapter and spread our message of kindness as far as possible. We deliver over 21 boxes of baking a week to 17 recipients in the Waikato.

We are registered charity which delivers home baking to New Zealanders going through trauma or difficulty. We spread GBB Love via baking and are volunteer-driven.
GBB is the 2020 winner of The New Zealand Community Charity of the Year which has 25 chapters throughout New Zealand with over 2600 volunteers.

Nationally our GBB team have delivered 1,000,000 moments of kindness since Good Bitches Baking began in 2004!
What an incredible show of manaakitanga Aotearoa!

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