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Minimum impact 100% river-powered

Minimum impact 100% river-powered

In one respect, it could not be easier. Build a coastal trail linking three regional parks, all on publicly owned land. However, if it had in fact been easy, it would have happened soon after Mahurangi Action first suggested it, three decades ago. The first big...
Founder of tidehead town

Founder of tidehead town

Jade River: A history of the Mahurangi Dr Ronald H Locker First published 2001; second edition 2001; online 2014— This online edition is a work in progress. Short contents About About the author Foreword to online edition Preface Acknowledgements Link with the...
Single super-coalition shot

Single super-coalition shot

If New Zealanders elected their prime minister, there would now be a clear winner. And, unless it was under the old deeply undemocratic first-past-the-post system, that winner would be Winston Peters. Because, while Jacinda Ardern and Bill English top the...
Warkworth, the watershed, and the whitebait

Warkworth, the watershed, and the whitebait

The Mahurangi was always going to need all the help it could get. When, in 2004, the then Auckland Regional Council announced a $3 million, 5-year kickstart to address the harbour’s elevated sediment accumulation rate, Mahurangi Action was advised, regarding a similar...

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