Posted in In the News on February 24th, 2017.
The Government plans to ensure 90 per cent of New Zealand rivers and streams are “swimmable” by 2040, but critics have said to achieve the goal it has changed what qualifies as swimmable. The target, announced yesterday, is estimated to cost the Government, farmers and councils $2 billion over the intervening 23 years. Other additions […]
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