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Written by Steve Marshall   
Saturday, 10 December 2005
WDC GIS map showing ownership of sandspit and Whakairiora Finally, a map showing which bits of the sandspit that LandCo owns, and which bits of Whakairiora that Neverland Investments Ltd owns. If you're a regular reader of this page, you already know about LandCo, but Neverland Investments will be an unfamiliar name. Neverland Investments is apparently behind the recent successful application by Mathers, Butt and Partners for consent to subdivide Whakairiora into four allotments. Aspects of that decision are being appealed.

The area on the map marked "Urupa" is a burial reserve. I bet the folks having picnics there, under the pohutukawas, don't realise that.

Pop up a larger scrollable map.
Read more at: /images/gismap_and_ownership.jpg.

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Psychic activity on the Tutukaka Coast PDF Print
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Quirky
Written by The ShadowLands   
Sunday, 04 December 2005
According to The Shadowlands, 25% of the haunted places in NZ are on the Tutukaka Coast. Locals don't realise this, because they've apparently become used to the high level of psychic activity. ...Yes, it's been a slow week for stories.
Read more at: http://www.theshadowlands.net/places/newzealand.htm.

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Aquaculture Farms PDF Print
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Written by the Northern Regional Council   
Sunday, 27 November 2005
Want to check out whether your beach, harbour or bay could be earmarked for a new space allowing for the setting up of an aquaculture farm?
Read more at: http://www.nrc.govt.nz/coast/aquaculture_maps.shtml.

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Water quality in the Ngunguru Estuary PDF Print
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Written by The Northern Regional Council   
Sunday, 20 November 2005
Check out the water quality in the Ngunguru estuary. It's pretty good, unless there's been recent heavy rain.
Read more at: http://www.nrc.govt.nz/reports.and.news/annual.environmental.monitoring/2003-2004/coastal%20-%20ngunguru.shtml.

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Ngunguru subdivision draws flak PDF Print
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Ecology
Written by The Northern Advocate   
Thursday, 20 October 2005
Ngunguru river mouth, Northland. Picture/Michael Cunningham The Department of Conservation wants stricter controls on clearing native flora on the planned subdivision of a site considered sacred to Ngunguru Maori.

Ngunguru river mouth, Northland. Picture/Michael Cunningham
Read more at: http://www.northernadvocate.co.nz/storydisplay.cfm?storyID=3657176.

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LandCo and the Whangarei District Council PDF Print
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LandCo Proposal
Written by Steve Marshall   
Sunday, 16 October 2005
What's this about a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between LandCo and the Whangarei District Council?
References to an MOU have come up a couple of times recently. On Frank Newman's website and in Sophie Edwards' report on the community consultation meeting. Both accounts indicate that the council declined LandCo's proposal for an MOU.

What was in the proposed MOU?
Who knows? But we have some indication of the type of MOU that LandCo had with the Auckland City Council (ACC). Click on the following link and scroll to items 13 and 15 in the ACC minutes of 18 December 2003 - Exclusion of the Public.
Read more at: http://www.newman.co.nz/Sandspit.htm.

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DOC report - Natural Areas of Whangaruru Ecological District PDF Print
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The Rest
Written by Steve Marshall   
Wednesday, 24 August 2005
Department of Conservation report - Natural Areas of Whangaruru Ecological District (PDF document) - Reconnaissance Survey Report for the Protected Natural Areas Programme

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Kate Calton's social studies assignment PDF Print
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Written by Kate Calton   
Wednesday, 24 August 2005
Kate Calton of Ngunguru wrote an assignment on NCAG for her social studies class. She studied its goals, its methods, and its level of success (PDF).

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Coastal Hazards and Climate Change PDF Print
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Climate Change
Written by Steve Marshall   
Wednesday, 24 August 2005
Coastal Hazards and Climate Change A guidance manual for local government in New Zealand, May 2004. This document was commissioned by the New Zealand Climate Change Office (NZCCO) of the Ministry for the Environment. (PDF, 1.7MB) your new home is right on the beach
"Your new home is right on the beach"

 

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Frank Newman, on the sandspit PDF Print
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Written by Steve Marshall   
Wednesday, 24 August 2005

Frank Newman's Ngunguru Sandspit page "...the basic details of the property and the planning issues and what this means for potential development."

Frank Newman's Focus magazine article on the same subject. Click on the link and scroll down to March 2005.

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