A stack of six envelopes containing voting papers for the local body elections were spotted at the doorstep of a derelict building on a busy central Auckland footpath on Thursday, despite the letter box being taped shut. NZ Post admitted the delivery person had left the voting papers on the footpath, but said it took the responsibility of delivering voting papers "very seriously".
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5G INFORMATION EVENING IN AUCKLAND! We are very lucky to have Professor Dariusz coming to NZ to educate us ~ he is an advisor to WHO (World Health Organisation) and Sue Grey (environmental lawyer and scientist) is incredibly knowledgeable on 5G in NZ and our governments role too. Don't miss this, and please spread the word, this information is so important for the health of our families and generations to come.
Professor Dariusz Leszczynski’s Auckland lecture
Professor Lezczynski will be introduced by lawyer Sue Grey and the facilitator for the event will be Dr. Manuel Vallee, PhD of the University of Auckland.
Date: Tuesday 19th November 2019
Time: 6.30 to 8 PM; Doors open at 6 PM
Venue: Auckland University Library Lecture Theatre B15
This lecture theatre is located in Building 109 at the corner of Princes St and Alfred St across from Albert Park in Central Auckland.
Cost: Free – but donations/koha towards the costs of bringing Professor Leszczynski to Auckland would be gratefully received. — with Sue Grey and Jules Bright.
Join us at 6.30 for coffee in the Old Parsonage followed at 7 pm by our Christmas Carol Service in the Old Chapel on Sunday 22nd December
Presented in conjunction with the Whangaparaoa Methodist Church
Silverdale Pioneer Village 15 Wainui Road Silverdale