Terry Ward and the Lions Club team were a hive of activity this morning receiving bags, boxes and lots more of local citrus that is loaded onto a truck (courtesy of Mainfreight) and bound for Christchurch and Dunedin. Mainly lemons and oranges to keep our South Island friends healthy this Winter!
GREAT teamwork with the help of One Agency Whangarei, Mainfreight and of course the Lions Club - plus our community who gave their Citrus to the South Island,
Whangārei District Council has decided to keep its First Past the Post system for the 2022 election, but voters could demand a poll that could see the system changed to Single Transferable Vote, if there is enough support. In brief, First Past the Post is where voters give a tick to the candidate they support, and the one with the most ticks wins. Single Transferable Vote is where voters rank candidates in terms of preference, and the one with the most overall support wins. Which do you think is best for Whangārei - please explain your answer in the comments below.
63.6% First Past the Post (FPP)63.6% Complete
36.4% Single Transferable Vote (STV)36.4% Complete
0% I don't vote0% Complete
0% Other (please explain below)0% Complete
Collected from South Island Beach in 1975 by now deceased parents, I'd like this sold, if possible. Is anyone interested in a fair price? Very willing to negotiate.
The Electoral Commission published a web page with tools to find voting places, on an interactive map, or from a list.
Voting places might be open during the advance period, on election day, or both. Depending on the pandemic alert level during the voting period it might be smart to avoid crowds on voting day itself, make use of advance voting, and know about alternative voting places nearby, as well as their opening hours.
For those of us who can't get to a voting place, there will of course be alternative ways to vote, for example by telephone dictation service or postal vote, and there will be voting services provided at rest homes, managed isolation and quarantine facilities, and prisons. See here for detailed information.