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Midday - voting papers must be in

12/10/2013 15:10
Midday Saturday 12 October 2013   Voting papers must be hand delivered or posted to arrive by this date and time to be valid

Postal Voting for Local Board Elections

20/09/2013 15:09
20 September to midday Saturday 12 October 2013 Postal voting for local elections

Last day to enrol

16/08/2013 15:07
 Last day to enrol to vote in the local elections

Enrolment packs

04/07/2013 00:00
 If you don’t get an enrolment pack in the mail by this day, you are not correctly enrolled to vote, and you need to enrol

Enrolment Drive

01/07/2013 00:00
 Enrolment drive to get as many people as possible enrolled to vote before the local elections begin

Judy Gilbert (Windy Hill -- Rosalie Bay Catchment Trust) at Auckland Launch of Nature Space

26/06/2013 15:51
Judy Gilbert (Windy Hill -- Rosalie Bay Catchment Trust) at Auckland Launch of Nature Space

Off Island Ratepayers have your say about the future of Great Barrier

09/06/2013 16:35
Meeting about the Barrier for Off Island people. Marc Lindale’s Boardroom - Triumph Capital Ltd Level 2, Shed 22, Prince's Wharf next door to Wildfire Restaurant and opposite Lenin Bar Auckland Wednesday, 19 June 2013 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Parking - Car parking around that area or at Council Central...

Returning Seabirds to Great Barrier

02/06/2013 10:37
Seabirds have been decimated by rats on the island. Here, at Windy Hill, we are finding seabirds are here to breed again as we keep rats at really low numbers. Over the summer redbilled gulls, grey faced petrels, and black petrel bred in the Sanctuary. To find out more we engaged Chris Gaskin,...

Kakariki seen in the South

06/04/2013 14:03
For the first time in well over a decade a family of 4 kakariki have been seen in the Windy Hill Sanctuary. This colourful chattering bird is at critically threatened levels on the island but may well be breeding successfully with reduced levels of rats in the Sanctuary. The Windy Hill Rosalie...

Voting Information

27/02/2013 03:07
If you are a Great Barrier Island ratepayer that does not reside on island you can still vote in the Local Board elections. Great Barrier now has around 60% of its private landowners living off island. Your vote is IMPORTANT. For Local Boards, an elector living in one area and owning a property in...
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