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Written by Tristram Clayton, Campbell Live, TV3   
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
A northland beach

Beach access: it is one of the touchiest issues in New Zealand at the moment.

What form of ownership should Maori have over the foreshore and seabed? How much control should private landowners have to restrict access to public beaches? What of the so-called Queen's Chain?

While the politicians try and legislate answers to these questions, we asked ourselves what is the situation now?

How easy is it to access our magnificent beaches when there is no public access?

Tristram Clayton and his two sons headed north to find out.

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