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Kiwi anglers ‘hung out to dry’ over amendment bill

The future of recreational freshwater fishing in New Zealand is looking grim if new legislation passes as currently proposed, says a South Island angler. The stated aim of the Green Party’s Freshwater Fish Amendment Bill, currently at select committee stage, is to...

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Wastewater drug testing to begin in the region

Wastewater testing is to be rolled out across the country, with the expansion of police and Institute of Environmental Science and Research (ESR)’s pilot program. Wastewater testing has been conducted by ESR at three locations across New Zealand, and analysis of these...

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McKee Memorial Reserve reopening for long weekend

The McKee Memorial Recreation Reserve campsite at Ruby Bay will reopen on Friday, October 19, in time for campers to enjoy a long weekend at the popular site. A Tasman District Council spokesperson says initially numbers will be limited to 100 – 150 people. They...

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Historic Boathouse ready for reopening

Nelson’s historic waterfront venue, The Boathouse, is about to reopen. “It has been an epic effort to get the old girl up and going after the storm damage of Cyclone Fehi back on February 1”, says Boathouse manager, Amie-Jo Trayes. The Boathouse Society management...

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