Letters March 9 2013

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28th February, 2013
TROUBLED WATERS The pollution in Lake Horowhenua (“Lake of shame”, March 2) is similar to that that threatened Lake Ellesmere some time ago. The Manawatu River has been under threat, and down south rivers are either drying up as a result of the intensification of farming practices or facing increased pollution from too much nitrogen and phosphate runoff entering waterways. In the north, it has been decided that no further funding will be sought to solve kauri die-back. Nature will be allowed to take ...

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