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We need to talk about kina

The number of living creatures of all Orders, whose existence intimately depends on the kelp, is wonderful... I can only compare these great aquatic forests of the southern hemisphere with the terrestrial ones in the intertropical regions. Yet if in…

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A tale of three fishers

Once upon a time, for many kiwis, being in a boat on the ocean was all about fishing, fishing and more fishing. Many of us have photo albums of old holiday snaps, where Stubbies-clad dads stand beside sunburnt kids, all…

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Letting the place know you

In one of Patricia Grace’s short stories, a young girl spends the last hours of a summer seaside holiday seeking a deeper communion with the place. “Because how could you be really sure of coming there again next summer?” she…

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Government’s action plan a bold start

Today, the Government released its action plan for the Hauraki Gulf: Revitalising the Gulf: Government Action on the Sea Change Plan. The long-awaited government response to Sea Change was welcomed by The Noises Trust and its project partners Auckland Museum…

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