If you do anything that involves paying a fee to the council (other than rates and water charges which will be confirmed next month) such as owning a dog or selling food, this is the 31-page pdf on the council website.
It is the subject of a councilors decision at this Thursday’s meeting, but they are sure to simply rubber-stamp it.
Originally posted on NZ Conservative Coalition: Get ready for one of the coldest winters in years, Metservice says. Temperatures could run as much as 15ºC below average. New Zealand is entering a colder than normal winter, according to meteorologist Georgina Griffiths. “The bottom line for June is great news for ski fields, not so good…
This commemorates American service personnel killed in action and is notable for Kapiti people as in World War II about 15,000 marines were stationed on the coast over 1942-1944 many of whom lost their lives fighting Japanese militaristic imperialism in the Pacific. See this article on the Kapiti Independent News website.
The picture shows the imagery on the Medal of Honor, the highest military honor medal for bravery above and beyond the call of duty.
OSPRI RESPONSE TO RECENT QUESTIONING RE CLARENCE RESERVE, MARLBOROUGH, IN RELATION TO AERIAL 1080 POISONING This correspondence was sent to me by a Facebook friend last night and I felt it was worth posting in its entirety. It includes, for example, such questions as whether any rat and/or possum population assessment was carried out on […]
KCPS’s entry into this year’s PSNZ Wiltshire Cup earned 2nd place this year. Congratulations to Rachel Stevens, Susie Whelan, Shona Jaray and Jo Goudsblom. The Wiltshire Cup is an annual competition awarded to the PSNZ club submitting the best selection of four digital images, one image per club member, on any subject.
If you have to smoke and use the sand as an ashtray, don’t leave the butt there — extinguish it and then put it in a bin! The same applies to sidewalks and footpaths.
The following are a few suggestions that should be helpful to males to avoid being victimised, defamed and arrested when entering KCDC premises if they have ever been critical of KCDC lies, extravagance, corruption or ineptitude:
- Do not smile at female staff as this might be construed as flirtatious.
- Do not grimace in their presence for any reason, as this might be construed as threatening.
- Do not walk slowly as this might be regarded as stalking.
- Do not walk quickly as this might be thought aggressive.
- Do not carry a walking stick or zimmer frame, as these might be regarded as weapons.
- Do not enter the building if you have a facial scar, as this will be regarded as “creepy”.
- Do not say “hello”, “have a nice day”, “how are you today?”, or any other ordinary pleasantries, as these might be regarded as “pick-up lines”.
- Say nothing complimentary, as this will be regarded as sexual harassment.
- Do not walk past a female staffer any closer than 2 metres as this might be regarded as attempted sexual assault.
- We hope your experience with KCDC is safe, friendly and pleasant. Have a nice day.
Issued as a public service by K.R. Bolton
Thanks to Carol Sawyer & Australian visitor, Mark Slater for this compilation of facts about the apparent carelessness around the spread, storage & care of poison in our bush by NZ’s Department of Conservation. This article is about Pindone being left lying around, however the before & after storage & care of 1080 pellets after […]
And the land grabs continue….if you’re not up to speed with the shameful Bastion Point story here is a NZ OnScreen documentary … information you won’t have learned at school: Bastion Point – The Untold Story Further you can read more at the waitangitribunal website: The loss of the Orakei block Also, from ngatiwhatuaorakei’s website […]