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Hunting & Fishing New Zealand’s ‘stay dry’ offer to duck hunters

Game bird hunters are again being given the chance to win a camo' hunting jacket this season if they send their duck band details in.

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Game bird hunters – ‘don’t forget ‘pegging day’ to stake out your spot

Fish & Game is urging gamebird hunters to get out now and claim the maimai or duck shooting stand they used last year.

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2015 Fish & Game Council Elections

Fish & Game elections will be held October 2015.

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Fish & Game clamp down on Rotorua stream mouth poachers gets results

Fish & Game officers are confident they’ve made an impact on offending that has been on the rise at some Lake Rotorua stream mouths over recent weeks.

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RMA reform an attack on Kiwi values

Analysis of the Government’s RMA reforms by Sir Geoffrey Palmer QC points to an alarming attack on the nation’s recreational and environmental values.

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Govt plans will wreck river protection

Fish & Game NZ says the Government’s ‘Freshwater reform’ package will wreck Water Conservation Order (WCO) legislation protecting New Zealand’s most outstanding rivers and lakes.

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Fish & Game opposes 'attack' on RMA

Fish & Game NZ has joined leading environmental organisations warning the Government about the perils of re-writing the RMA.

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'Trout and salmon must stay in the RMA'

Fish & Game NZ says suggested changes to the RMA would be an absolute disaster for the environment.

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