While some areas of the Government have increased the acceptable level of meth contamination, we at Nice Place are keeping our tolerance levels at 1.5mcg/100sqm until the Tenancy Tribunal makes any changes to how they are making rulings; not the new level of 15mcg/100sqm, before renting a property if we are ever in that situation. We are not willing to risk for our tenants or our owners.
The clock is ticking (and no, we're not referring to the Christmas countdown!) - single-use plastic bags will be out of circulation from July 1, 2019.
All retailers, ie not just supermarkets, will no longer be able to sell or give away single-use plastic shopping bags after this date. To read more, click here.
Do you support the single-use plastic bag ban? How will the ban affect your life?
Have you already adapted to a plastic bag-free life or will this mean big changes in your household? What are your tips and tricks for ensuring the ban doesn't cause havoc when you hit the shops?
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WSNZ has been working to tackle the issue of drowning fatalities head-on through its Water Skills For Life Givealittle page The money raised will go toward its goal to have the programme reach every Kiwi child before they leave school. Stuff is backing the campaign to make our waters and children safer. www.stuff.co.nz...
Why is an illegal parking operation on public land operating in the central city (Ghuznee/Vivian St/Terrace). This is on land owned by NZTA and supposed to be pedestrian only space. Pedestrians and cars are at risk as this is a very busy road with poor visibility. Complaints have been made many times to the Wellington City Council and to NZTA. Maybe saying something publicly will get a response?