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National ‘committed’ to Hauraki Gulf, Sounds fishing parks

Sanford offers to quit Gulf if recreational fishers required to report catch.

Tim Hunter
Thu, 29 Oct 2015

A National Party election manifesto commitment to create recreational fishing parks in the Hauraki Gulf and the Marlborough Sounds is still on track for this parliament, says Environment Minister Nick Smith.

His comments followed a statement by Sanford [NZX: SAN] chief executive Volker Kuntzsch

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Tim Hunter
Thu, 29 Oct 2015
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