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Liquor Ban 2016

Notice is hereby given pursuant to the Hauraki District Council Consolidated Bylaw that the consumption of alcoholic liquor, the bringing of liquor or of empty liquor containers and the possession of liquor or empty liquor containers in the public places identified below is hereby prohibited during the periods identified below.

Liquor Bans - Whiritoa

All public places including roads, beaches and reserves are included in the prohibition for the Easter Weekend Public Holiday.

Dates and Times – Whiritoa Liquor Ban

During the Easter Weekend Public Holiday being from 4.00pm Thursday 24 March 2016 to 4.00am Tuesday 29 March 2016.

Liquor Bans – Paeroa, Ngatea and Waihi

That the consumption and bringing into and possession of liquor in all public places including, roads and reserves are prohibited at all times within areas of the townships listed below:

Waihi
• Within the 50 kilometre speed limit areas of Waihi township, and
• Within the 70 kilometre speed limit of Parry Palm Avenue, East from the Margaret Street/Kensington Street intersection to the 50 kph speed limit sign East of the Martin Road/Baber Street intersection.

Paeroa and Ngatea
• Within the 50 kilometre speed limit areas of the Paeroa and Ngatea townships.

Penalties

Any person who commits an offence against the prohibition may be convicted and fined up to $20,000.

Powers of Police

The Hauraki District Council Consolidated Bylaw authorises any member of the New Zealand Police to act under sections 169 and 170 of the Local Government Act 2002, including the exercise of the power under section 170(2) to immediately and without further notice search a container or vehicle.

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Situation Vacant

Health & Safety Officer

At Hauraki District Council we have a focus on safety and wellbeing where we put people first, and our aim is to have everyone safe and well at the end of the day. To help us achieve this we are looking to add a Health and Safety Officer to our team.

Working under the guidance of a Health and Safety Advisor, this new role will offer variety across all spheres of the organisation – assisting and supporting our staff of 150 to further develop a culture of health, safety and wellbeing at the Council.

This is a great opportunity to enjoy the variety of activities that local government is involved with, and make a difference in a world where health and safety has growing importance.

A passion for health and safety is essential, as is a willingness to attend relevant training with the possibility of studying towards certifi cation. Better still if you already have a National Certificate or Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety (Workplace Safety).

Communication skills, good time management, the ability to organise, and high levels of computer literacy are a must. An understanding of the Health & Safety at Work Act will be required.

For further details or to apply electronically please visit our website www.hauraki-dc.govt.nz/jobs, or contact -

Sue Greenville on 07 862 5024, or
Julie Sweeney on 07 862 5023

Applications close on 16 March 2016