47 days ago

Should FNDC be going legal over critical Facebook posts?

Denise Piper Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Far North District Council engaged Auckland lawyers to take action against the administrators of a Facebook page after a post criticised the council, and a manager, for poor treatment at a pound. Was this the best course of action for the council to take? What do you think it should have done? Are you worried if you are an administrator now?

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1 hour ago

Te Uri Taniwha Hapu

Diana from Kerikeri District

Te Uri Taniwha Hapu have placed a Rahul against Windsor Landing Development. ALL work on this development is PROHIBITED by order of Te Uri Taniwha Hapu. Dated 20 January 2020. Contact Ian Mitchell on 094052400 or Esther Horton on 094078847 for further information.
Please note, this Rahul does not effect customary or cultural use of the site or the use of the site by members of the public going about their normal activities on the site. Please support our local Hapu in trying to protect this wonderful site from being turned into a car park which will include the destruction of cultural sites and the dredging of south Kerikeri Inlet which will affect the Kai Moana in the area.

13 hours ago

$ave the GST. Hurry - ends soon!


Buy Resene Premium Paints, Wood Stains, Primers, Sealers, Wallpaper, Decorating Accessories and Cleaning Products and get the GST value (15% off the full retail price) off the normal price. Plus if you are a Resene cardholder, get an extra 5% off!

If you don’t have your Resene card yet, sign up free online, or when you’re in store.

Hurry sale ends soon! Happy decorating!

*Discounts off the normal retail price at your local Resene owned ColorShop and participating reseller until 29 January 2020. Paint offers are also available at Mitre 10 MEGA and selected Mitre 10 stores. Excludes WallPrint, decals, Crown, trade and industrial products, PaintWise levy and account sales.
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13 hours ago

We’re adjusting the electorate boundaries

Electoral Commission

We’re adjusting our electorate boundaries for the next two general elections.

By making sure each electorate has about the same number of people, we can give all New Zealanders equal representation in Parliament. It’s all balance.
If we move one of your electorate boundaries, you could end up in a different electorate to the one you’re in now – so we show you what we’re proposing before we make any changes and give you the opportunity to share your thoughts.

Have your say now at vote.nz
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