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Written by Denise Didsbury, Whangarei Leader   
Wednesday, 07 June 2006
The Whangarei District Council agrees significant native trees need to be protected, after Forest and Bird accused it of breaking the law.

Forest and Bird Northern Branch said the council was not fulfilling its legal obligations to protect mature indigenous trees and habitats, in a submission to the Long Term Council Community Plan.

The council agrees Whangarei's biodiversity needs protection and says it is working on a tree policy as funds allow.

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