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Written by Craig Potton, Wild Coasts   
Sunday, 14 August 2011
Craig Potton

Craig travels from White Island in the Bay of Plenty to Parengarenga in the Far North, exploring the stretch of beautiful East Coast beaches in between.

The East Coast of upper North Island is the least wild of all our coastlines but itís where nature is most at threat. More than two thirds of New Zealanders come here to play, swim, fish, sail and to live. As Craig discovers, the more coastal edges are developed for our enjoyment, the more we risk losing the marvels of nature that make the coast so attractive to us.

Prime 8.30pm, Sunday, 14 August

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