Focus for Te Aupōuri as Alert Levels Drop

Sept. 10, 2021, 2:13 p.m.

A major focus will be on the application to increase the water intake from the Aupōuri aquifer that was approved along with the other 23 applications. Mariameno shares that Doc are looking to repeal these approvals and so Te Aupōuri still have to wait to receive the outcome before proceeding with any mahi to do with the aquifer. She also reiterates that the health and wellbeing of the whānau is at the forefront of the mahi during these times of lockdown and that they will continue to provide whānau support.


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