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Written by Northland Stuff   
Monday, 15 May 2006
12 May 2006

Bay of Islands Watchdog wants to see a management plan developed for the whole Bay of Islands Catchment area.

Scheduled to speak at the organisation's annual general meeting tomorrow, secretary David Clarkson says much of the background work has been done. .. "but where do we go from here".

He urges the community, including fishermen, iwi, tourist operators and other groups to get involved:

"How can we create a catalyst to get all the disparate groups working together? How do we ensure the momentum is maintained. How do we ensure that the principle of Kaitiakitanga is used as our over-arching philosophy for the whole of the Bay of Islands Catchment area?"

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