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Written by TV1, Close Up   
Tuesday, 28 February 2006
In part 2...
Tuesday February 28, 7.00pm:

Coastal - Part 2
It seems bad news comes in batches. Yesterday we looked at a series of big coastal developments threatening the iconic Kiwi getaway by the coast. Now we look at one development closer to home. Puriri Holiday Park has long been an oasis for families looking to getaway and it's less than half an hour's drive from Auckland. But the park's been sold and plans are well underway to build over four hundred homes, just a short stroll up from Orewa beach. Bryan Seymour went to Puriri Park to find an answer to the question: Is New Zealand selling up, and selling out?

A video of the segment is available on the TVNZ website—in either broadband or dial-up quality.
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