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* [http://smokefree.org.nz/ Smokefree NZ website]
  
Given that the '''Stardome Planetarium Observatory''' is situated handily close to the University of Auckland venue for LCA2015, I thought we'd organise an Astronomy BoF again this year to complement the Astronomy Miniconf.
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* University of Auckland's [https://www.auckland.ac.nz/en/about/smokefree-2010.html Smoke Free page]
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** '''From 2010 The University of Auckland will be smoke free with smoking banned on all campuses and outdoor spaces including previously designated smoking areas.'''
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** pdf documents of [http://policies.auckland.ac.nz/policies/Policies/policy-display-register/smoke-free-policy-from-1-january-2010.pdf Smoke Free Policy] and [https://cdn.auckland.ac.nz/assets/central/documents/2010-02-smokefree-faqs.pdf FAQ]
  
Stardome has a [http://www.stardome.org.nz/whats-on/gallery-exhibits/ gallery/exhibits], and runs a [http://www.stardome.org.nz/events/the-summer-night-sky/ planetarium show on the summer night sky] at 8pm. After the planetarium show, there is [http://www.stardome.org.nz/whats-on/telescope-viewing/ telescope viewing available] which included amateur-grade telescopes in the courtyard, or the option of viewing through the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stardome_Observatory#Facilities Zeiss 0.5m telescope] for a small extra fee.
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== Auckland Smoke-Free policy ==
  
Please feel free to update this page to include/suggest other options.
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Source: http://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/EN/planspoliciesprojects/councilpolicies/pages/smokefreepolicy.aspx
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Check the FAQ (pdf document) linked to on the page above.
  
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Smoke free areas include:
  
Cheers,
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* all regional parks
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* many local parks and playgrounds
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* Mt Smart Stadium
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* Eden Park Stadium and
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* Auckland Zoo.
  
Jessica Smith (Astronomy Miniconf organiser)
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Effective from July 2013 and includes outdoor facilities such as:
  
== Details ==
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* stadiums
 
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* swimming pools
* '''Date:''' Thursday 15th January, 2015
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* playgrounds
* '''Time:''' Assemble at 6:45pm at University of Auckland, leave at 7:00pm, planetarium session starts at 8:00pm
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* skate parks
* '''Costs:''' Planetarium show is $10, Zeiss telescope viewing is $8, gallery entry is free
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* sports fields and parks and reserves
* '''Location:''' Stardome Planetarium Observatory, 670 Manukau Rd, Royal Oak, Auckland 1023 (approx 7km from University of Auckland)
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* public outdoor areas associated with the council, including service centres, local board offices, libraries, community facilities and halls, museums, leisure, recreation and arts centres; and
* '''Travel:''' We'll need to arrange transport (locals with vehicles) or arrange to catch cabs
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* train stations and platforms, bus stations and shelters and ferry terminals.
 
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== Expression of interest ==
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Add yourself here. If you have a vehicle and can take passengers, please indicate the number of passengers you can take with you.
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* Jessica Smith (no vehicle)
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* Sharon Harnett (no vehicle)
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* Stefan Krist (no vehicle)
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* Daniel Hall (no vehicle)
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* Katrina Szetey (no vehicle)
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* Stuart Young (no vehicle)
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* Jed Murzello (no vehicle)
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* Kevin Collas-Arundell (no vehicle)
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Latest revision as of 15:40, 5 January 2015

< Main Page < About < New Zealand

  • University of Auckland's Smoke Free page
    • From 2010 The University of Auckland will be smoke free with smoking banned on all campuses and outdoor spaces including previously designated smoking areas.
    • pdf documents of Smoke Free Policy and FAQ

Auckland Smoke-Free policy

Source: http://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/EN/planspoliciesprojects/councilpolicies/pages/smokefreepolicy.aspx Check the FAQ (pdf document) linked to on the page above.

Smoke free areas include:

  • all regional parks
  • many local parks and playgrounds
  • Mt Smart Stadium
  • Eden Park Stadium and
  • Auckland Zoo.

Effective from July 2013 and includes outdoor facilities such as:

  • stadiums
  • swimming pools
  • playgrounds
  • skate parks
  • sports fields and parks and reserves
  • public outdoor areas associated with the council, including service centres, local board offices, libraries, community facilities and halls, museums, leisure, recreation and arts centres; and
  • train stations and platforms, bus stations and shelters and ferry terminals.