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NRA’s position on Skypath 2018

NRA’s position on Skypath 2018

Background There has been a lot of misinformation about the NRA’s position on Skypath. Because of the negative effects that aspects of the initial proposal would have had on Northcote Point, the Association lodged a formal objection to it in the Environment Court. That did not signify opposition to pedestrian and cycling access across the […]

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Outcomes of the 2017 meeting about AT an...

Outcomes of the 2017 meeting about AT and Queen Street at The Wharf

[Last year 2017] Following the meeting between NRA’s Kevin Clarke, Jonathan Coleman MP and two senior AT staff, here are AT’s responses to the 3 resolutions carried at the Wharf meeting 22 August: Resolution 1: This meeting demands that AT provide at least three x 3.5m wide traffic lanes in Queen St  (two northbound, one southbound) […]

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Heritage Afternoon 18 March 2017

Heritage Talks 18 March in the Masonic Lodge, Rodney Road, were led by Peter Aspden, David Verran and Dinah Holman. This was a fascinating afternoon, well-attended. Peter amazed many with his detailed knowledge of family links going back well over 60 years. Many friendships were renewed over afternoon tea and the Lodge itself was open to […]

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Why we withdrew from the Skypath Appeal

Why we withdrew from the Skypath Appeal

Skypath  –  Why NRA pulled out of the appeal process in the Environment Court. At its August 2016 meeting the Executive made the decision not to proceed with its appeal. This was not an easy decision after so much time, effort and money had gone into NRA’s campaign to slow down and significantly alter the […]

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