Tuesday, January 24, 2006

We still can't see the wood through the trees.

Maungakiekie community board are holding a restorative justice conference to consider the loss of a tree that, the unfortunately named, George Bernard Shaw hacked down last year.
You too are invited to attend the conference to hear the public talk about their feelings with regards to the tree.

The tree, an 11 m high, 100 year old Pohutakawa was a scheduled and therefore protected tree.

The conference will be held here:
Venue: Onehunga Community Centre, 83 Church Street, Onehunga Time: 6pm Date: Wednesday, 25 January 2006

George Bernard Shaw, who is awaiting sentencing for the crime, will be entitled to speak at the conference and so will affected members of the public
If you have been affected or feel that you need to talk about any other tree crimes in the city - please attend.
Stop the tree madness! Now!