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Articles - Public Ownership
Written by Yvonne Tahana, The New Zealand Herald   
Monday, 02 August 2010

The ownership of New Zealand's coastline and the issue of customary title are shaping up as major political issues as the Government prepares to repeal the Foreshore and Seabed Act.

This week, we investigate coastal ownership and examine the implications of scrapping this contentious law. Land Information New Zealand has exclusively released detailed maps and statistics to the Herald about coastal ownership.

Today, in the first of a five-part series, we look at Northland's coastal land.

Visitors to Nora and Waata Rameka's piece of paradise in Northland pay for the privilege of surfing off Takou Bay.

Full story...

Also, see Northland's Coast - who owns it? (PDF, 4MB).

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