After changes to firearm laws, the government introduced a six month amnesty period. This means that anyone with firearms and parts that are no longer legal have until 20 December 2019 to hand them in to Police.
Police are providing a number of ways for people to hand-in their firearms or parts, including Police-run collection events - bit.ly...
If you can’t make a collection event, check whether there is a dealer near you - bit.ly...
If you think you have a unique prohibited item and are eligible to apply for compensation, find out how you can do that here - bit.ly...
Some firearms can also be modified and there is also a list of approved gunsmiths eligible to do the work - bit.ly...
FAQ’s here - bit.ly... or call 0800 311 311.
9.15am was alerted to the sound of someone walking down the side of the house. A young male, tall, slim, dark hair, dark skin, dark clothing carrying a red shopping bag. He took off when he was yelled at from the window. Got away with produce from our garden. Sad and how cheeky is that..
Just got a message from Jacinda Ardern
which invited me to reply, which of course was an option that was not available, as they probably figured i would go on about her 'all talk' conglomeration of holders of baubles of office.
Actually Jacinda reminds of Obomba - many words & no benefit for us plebs.
Keep in mind neighbourly's very own thought police had this to say to me in August 2017 "On Neighbourly we ask members to avoid posting their opinions on non-local issues, or topics that are widely known to be controversial or polarising (such as religion, politics, vaccinations or water fluoridation)."
But roll forward to Nov 2019, pre election, and posting on politics is quite OK - as long as it is not the likes of yours truly.
Next thing Little's thought police will be after me!
A challenge facing too many young men is the sense that they have to live up to the unspoken rules of masculinity – clichés such as “boys don’t cry” and “toughen up”.
White Ribbon encourages everyone to challenge the unspoken rules, so we can let boys and young men enjoy their individuality and define themselves as men who have respectful relationships with themselves and their partners – creating happier, healthier communities for us all.