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RMA amendment bill to clear up uncertainty for ports

Existing permits are due to run out in September 2026.

WATCH: RMA Reform Minister Chris Bishop & Transport Minister Simeon Brown.

NBR Staff Wed, 17 Apr 2024

The Coalition Government is going to extend the permits for coastal ports for another 20 years to give port operators more certainty.

RMA Reform Minister Chris Bishop said the introduction of the Resource Management Act in 1991 had required ports to obtain permits to continue operating.

“Since

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NBR Staff Wed, 17 Apr 2024
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