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Written by Radio New Zealand   
Friday, 15 December 2006

The Department of Conservation says an agreement with a developer should see the most valuable parts of a Northland coastal forest saved from bulldozers.

Landco has begun cutting access roads through native bush to four house sites on the headland, next to the Ngunguru sandspit.

DoC says it challenged the subdivision plans because the forest includes a rare grouping of matai and kawaka, or New Zealand cedar. It says the developer has agreed to reserve that part of the forest and to minimise damage.

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