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They are wasting their time reducing catch limits without at the same time reducing plastics in our coastal waters. Micro plastics are entering the NZ food chain at a alarming rate and Nationals $5m annually towards cleaning our beaches rivers lakes and streams is a joke. $5m Nationwide. Do not think that will attract many recreational fishers or the general public. Certainly cannot be regarded as sensible green economics as S Bridges claims.

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You going to pee off the commercial sector when they tip $10 million in to your pockets.Now who is the National party president and his interest in Sanfords are???getting the picture!

 

And National if your post is correct is only going to devote $5m a per year, nation wide to clean only not prevent plastic and micro plastic contamination. What will $5m do? Would not purify Auckland harbour, Waitemata harbour Hauraki Gulf waters.

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And National if your post is correct is only going to devote $5m a per year, nation wide to clean only not prevent plastic and micro plastic contamination. What will $5m do? Would not purify Auckland harbour, Waitemata harbour Hauraki Gulf waters.

Meanwhile a new challenge for the Whitford Estuaries Conservation Society, which will likely be fought in the courts.

So plenty of challenges to protect and improve the Gulf waters.

 

Challenging the Auckland City Council’s recent consent variation allowing treated wastewater to be discharged directly into the Turanga River from a new subdivision adjacent to the Whitford Park Golf Club. This council decision goes against the mood of the nation in general and the Auckland Council in particular (as it’s commitment to clean up and improve our waterways).  A challenge to the Auckland Council on this decision has been initiated.

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How is it being treated. Does it not all have go through the waste water and sweage treatment plant near onehunga? Do you mean untreated waste water.

Many crayfish at the mouth of the river?

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