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The chairman of the farmers market says the new location is driving a decline in customers, and has asked the council if it can move back to the CBD. Where do you think it should go?
Are you a market regular? Have you gone to it less frequently since it moved, or noticed the decline? Tell us about your experience in the comments!
15.6% Buxton Square year-round15.6% Complete
51.6% Upper Trafalgar Street year-round51.6% Complete
12.5% Buxton Square in winter, Trafalgar in summer12.5% Complete
4.7% Somewhere else - I'll tell you in the comments4.7% Complete
15.6% It should stay where it is15.6% Complete
This appeal was based on the previous judgement that hazardous substances such as eco-toxic poison baits are not seen as a substance when in a river or on a riverbed and the costs awarded by judge Churchman against Brook Valley Community Group (BVCG).
Below is two short videos with Lawyer Sue Grey.
Video 1: Sue update Brook Valley Community Group Court of Appeal Hearing (June 2018)
Video 2: Sue Grey: Poison Legalities
Some staunch Sanctuary/council supporters would prefer BVCG to pay up and go away. The legality of this poison drop has nation wide implication which needs to be settled by law hence BVCG is following through what we started even though our Valley were poisoned.
As for paying up. This is my personal view: 'The question of why should a community group pay the Sanctuary expenses when their legal representation had been pro bono? David Butler announced during the Sanctuary AGM that they had received the value of $600,000 pro bono work from their law firm and in addition the Sanctuary set up a Givealittle page and received further $32.000 from donations towards legal expenses. I don't believe it is right. Aren’t the council/raterpayer donations enough to keep their $300,000+ salaries per year enough?'
The appeal was held in front of three judges, no new evidence were allowed into the hearing. It is expected to take about 2-3 months before we hear the outcome of this appeal.
Since 2010 22 types of heaters have been recalled for safety reasons. Have you ever had a heater that has been recalled?
Tell us about your experience in the comments below.
10.5% Yes - I returned it10.5% Complete
10.5% Yes - I still use it10.5% Complete
47.4% No - I don't know if mine's safe47.4% Complete
31.6% No - I know mine is safe31.6% Complete