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Human Interest - Local
Written by Sophie Ryan, The Northern Advocate   
Thursday, 17 January 2013
 UNITED FRONT: Elizabeth Fuge is committed to bringing the community together in the face of worrying incidents at empty baches. JOHN STONE

A woman who lives at a popular holiday spot on the Tutukaka Coast is hoping to form a community watch group after several break-ins and even reports of suspected squatters in empty baches.

Mrs Fuge is confident she will have many permanent Matapouri residents on board to help keep an eye on things around the community.

Long-time Matapouri resident Elizabeth Fuge wants to collect contact details of every property owner in the area in an effort to create a community watch telephone tree.

"It's an idea that came to me from a guy out at Woolley's Bay and, when nothing like that was happening here, I thought I'd do it myself," she said.

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