It’s back to the drawing board for 2 Degrees looking for a suitable Stanmore Bay site for a cellphone tower.
After a Hibiscus and Bays Local Board meeting the company has agreed to reassess where the best site is for… Continue reading
A cellphone tower will be installed in Stanmore Bay in the coming months, however where exactly it will go is currently the source of an ongoing dispute between residents, Auckland Council and telecommunications company Two Degrees.
The original plan of… Continue reading
Weymouth residents have vowed to continue their fight against a cellphone tower in their community.
Work on the tower began on Monday after cellphone company 2degrees spent a month reviewing its decision to site it on the corner of Blanes… Continue reading
The erection of a controversial cellphone tower in Weymouth will go ahead, 2degrees says.
At the end of June, residents were told construction of the tower on the corner of Weymouth and Blanes roads would begin on July 16.
But… Continue reading
Community outrage is rife over plans for a mobile phone tower near a busy Greenlane intersection.
The tower or “mobile site” is explained in a letter to residents living within a 50-metre radius.
The proposed location is near to 174… Continue reading
Six hundred children could be at risk if another cellphone tower is built in Weymouth, worried residents say.
Mobile phone company 2degrees was set to begin installing a tower on top of a lamp post at the corner of Weymouth… Continue reading
These days cell phones are like appendages. If we’re not texting, we’re emailing. If we’re not emailing we’re tweeting, Googling, uploading photos and videos, you name it.
But to do all that we need a signal and to have a… Continue reading
Speech – Sue Kedgley
Cell Tower public meeting – Pakuranga
10 June 2009
Every other week I am contacted by communities around New Zealand that have suddenly discovered a cell tower or some other telecommunications equipment (or EMR emitter, as… Continue reading