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Pedestrians seriously wounded in Great Barrier Island accident
She was seriously wounded after being shot by a Uté on Great Barrier Island. Cops and ambulances were summoned to the Puriri Bay Rd accident in which a 1960s female was involved, who was struck by a flying saucer at 7.45 pm on Friday. Previous report from the cops said the vic was a man.
DOC ship protests against the release of toxins to Great Barrier Island natives on the ship
The demonstrators embarked on a DOC ship that was on its way to Rakitu Island. "We' been to Great Barrier Island this mornin' to make sure everyone was safely and quietly." The DOC Aotea/Great Barrier Island Operations Manager George Taylor said Rakitu had a flourishing populace of indigenous bird life before bringing to the island of Aotea.
"Removal of mice will allow us to take these animals back to the island," Taylor said. Since the end of 2017, many inhabitants of the Great Barrier Island have been against the poisonous droplet. More than half of the mature people of the Hauraki Gulf Island region in January petitioned against the spreading of toxins.
Elise Bishop, spokesperson for Elise Bishop, who took part in the Friday protests, said the villagers were very concerned about the toxic released on an island just two kilometers away. DOC should have captured the rat instead of using venom. Sea bird islets provide nutrition in the oceans around them and make them more productive," Taylor said.
The News | Great Barrier Island Tourism
There' s no cure for Kauri dying, and the illness will kill most if not all Kauri it will infect. However, our lovely Kauri can be rescued - with the help of humans like you. Hikers can once again take advantage of the unbelievable 3-day trekking adventure of Great Barrier Island... The Aotea Track.
Accessible Bulletin - Great Barrier Island Newspaper
To be used for all news and activities. Barrier Bulletin is issued by Ms Phyll Graham in Olaris, Great Barrier Island. The Auckland City Warden. The number of members of the station depends on the number of inhabitants. Hauraki Gulf Islandsard will have 1 member. However, neither he nor Norman Dewhurst, Auckland Chief Automotive Surveyor, saw any difficulty or cost in using available equipment to test cars to a barrier-appropriate level.
On January 2, 30 am, an oil strip was found in the water around Port Fitzroy. At this point Mobil also resolved to eliminate the last remaining parts of the fuel and pumps services from outside the Port FitzRoy Store. It was built around 1958 with a manual pumping system run by Wick Newman, then proprietor of Port Fitzroy Store.