Good One party register

Have you got some crazy nights and wild parties ahead? Well to make sure they don’t get too out of hand you can always register your party with Good One. Basically, Good One is a method of registering a private party with the police to ensure that everyone has a good night. Good One means that you as the host don’t have to worry that your night could take an uncontrollable turn for the worst. After you register online your local officer will most likely contact you and get a run down on your plans. During the party the police will be in the neighbourhood and only a call away if you need some help. Even if you have a b-e-a-utiful night and have no need for the cops backup, there was no harm in setting up a safety net!

Remember: “When parties go bad, it’s always worst for the hosts. Good One is all about helping you have a great party without things getting too hairy”.

The UCSA can help you answer any questions:

Or just head straight to Good One  to register your party.

Good One party register.

Good One party register.

Events for Week 5 of Semester 2

Monday 11th

  • At 6pm Women In Engineering is holding a FREE Industry Tasting event at the Shilling Club. This classy night provides 2nd and 3rd year Pro Engineering members to opportunity to mix and mingle with industry professionals over a glass of wine!

Tuesday 12th

  • If you’re still deciding who to vote for this year, or want to hear more about a partie’s policies, head along to the Undercroft at 12pm for a candidate showdown! MPs from Labour, The Greens, National, The Maori Party, and New Zealand First will all be there. This event is put on by UCPols
  • On the Ilam campus at 7.30pm UC Arts and FrenchSoc are proud to present a Foreign Film Night! They will be showing “Tais-Toi” a hilarious French Comedy. The night is free for members, and only a gold coin donation for non-members.

Thursday 14th

Friday 15th

Saturday 16th

Fine Arts Student wins first place at Christchurch Art Show

Stephanie McEwin, who is a Fine Arts Honours student at UC, is celebrating after winning first place and $2500 at the inaugural Christchurch Art Show for her piece Yellow Beach 1. McEwin has described her creative painting as “kitschy” with a 1950s feel. Following this exciting accomplishment Stephanie has her sights set on travelling to India where she can learn more about heavily populated nations and develop the theme of her artwork.

For further information read more here.

Stephanie’s winning piece

Stephanie’s winning piece

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