Flotilla Protests NZ King Salmon Expansion
Over 30 vessels carrying an estimated 300 people took to the water to participate in a flotilla, protesting against the New Zealand King Salmon application to increase the number of salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds.
This has been a well-publicised process that has split many in the community, those who agree with the economic benefits of the expansion and those that are worried about the effect of more farms on the environment.
Read the whole story in the latest issue of the Seaport News!
Other Stories in This Issue
- Captain's Table
- Letter to the Editor
- Impunity, from the Sounds to the Ross Sea
- Picton Fishers Memorial Ceremony
- Pelorus Bridge Scenic Reserve Centenary
- Flotilla Protests NZ King Salmon Expansion continued
- Girl Guides Awarded Badges
- Picton Toy Library Monster Market
- Funding Workshop for Community Groups
- Perano House Moves Home
- Doctors Stay at Mistletoe Bay
- South Island Salsa Competition
- Deep Down Under Holiday Program
- Seaport Happenings
- Seen on the Scene
- Reflections from the Picton Museum - 50 Years Of Interislander
- Library Lines
- Crossword answers
- On The Beat with Self-Appointed Community Officer Ashworth
- Meet the Police
- Frugal Fuel
- Spot, the Duck
- Waikawa Boating Club Opening Day
- Charity Helps Picton Bowling Club Irrigation
- Toastmasters at Queen Charlotte College
- Huge Laughs at Comedy Show
- Family Move to Relaxing Holiday Destination... Picton
- Pirates in Picton
- Scoop’s Sports with Sam Swain - Marlborough Under 12 v Wellington Under 13
- Fairview Windows and Doors Superboat NZ1
- Annette Tanabose Delivers 100% Pure Welcome
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