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Proposed temporary fishery closure East Coromandel

by MPI NZ 8 May 15:49 NZST
Scallops © DPIPWE Fishing

Fisheries New Zealand invites written submissions in response to the request from anyone who has an interest in the species concerned or in the effects of fishing in the area concerned.

We are seeking feedback on a request from Ngati Hei for a temporary fishery closure in East Coromandel to prohibit the harvest of tipa (scallops).

Proposed temporary fishery closure East Coromandel.

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