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Other Coastlines - Te Arai / Mangawhai
Written by Rowan Quinn, Morning Report, Radio NZ National   
Tuesday, 08 September 2009

Changes to the supercity boundary may grant a stay of execution to a controversial beach development north of Auckland. (duration: 3′05″)

Te Uri o Hau's chair, Russel Kemp, “I think the process will go a lot easier if we're working with Kaipara District Council”.

Auckland Regional Council's, Mike Lee, “It will be a coastal property developer's dream”.

Kaipara Mayor, Neil Tiller, “Kaipara District Council has pretty much an 'if you own the land, it's yours' philosophy”.

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