Fishy Helicopter flight path and data raises questions over 1080 drops

Fishy Helicopter flight path and data raises questions over 1080 drops

Fishy Helicopter flight data revealed to thisquality raises questions over Aerial 1080 drops behind locals’ backs. Flight Radar which is a data tracking website for flight data; revealed aircraft type B429 flying close to a private airfield near Linton, Palmerston North. The track looked like a dysfunctional number eight wire...

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Tararua Ranges: how REAL pest control should work

Tararua Ranges: how REAL pest control should work

Local Alan H Hay talks about his run-up pest trap, which he uses and manages in the Tararua Ranges to trap suspecting possums that lurk the area – an alternative to aerial 1080 poisoning. “Its a good idea because possums travel up to eleven kilometres a night. You might say...

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Caterbury Basin Drilling Plans cancelled: ‘a wise decision’ says Extinction Rebellion

Caterbury Basin Drilling Plans cancelled: ‘a wise decision’ says Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion Ōtautahi says the cancellation of the beach energy’s announcement that they will not be deep-sea oil and gas drilling in the Canterbury basin this summer was a ‘wise decision’. “Communities around Aotearoa have been resisting deep-sea oil for over ten years—perhaps oil companies are finally reading the room,”...

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Light magnitude 5.2 Earthquake shakes near Ohakune, felt by over 3,000 people

Light magnitude 5.2 Earthquake shakes near Ohakune, felt by over 3,000 people

A magnitude 5.2 Earthquake shook near Ohakune early Saturday morning at around 1:43 am. The earthquake was located 30km west of Ohakune and had a depth of 128 km according to Geonet. The shaking intensity was light. Over 3,000 people have reported feeling the shake. OK, fair enough, that was a...

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Introduced wasps are not bad, but the media say so

Introduced wasps are not bad, but the media say so

Introduced wasps are not at all bad, but the media portray the story as if they’re going to kill all living things and rival their mates. Introduced Asian and Australian paper wasps may be playing a more complex ecological role in New Zealand than previously thought. They can even help...

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CEO Sam Hudson slams Department of Conservation over propaganda

CEO Sam Hudson slams Department of Conservation over propaganda

CEO Sam Hudson has had enough of the propaganda that Department of Conservation (DOC) follows — and is warning to not do a drop behind ‘peoples backs’ after iwi did not consent to a Tararua Ranges aerial 1080 drop, that was scheduled for late winter of this year. thisquality will...

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iwi do not consent to Tararua Aerial 1080 drop after Hui with DOC

iwi do not consent to Tararua Aerial 1080 drop after Hui with DOC

Local iwi has reportedly declared they do not consent to a planned Tararua Aerial 1080 poison drop after a hui took place with Department of Conservation. The hui concluded with a 100 percent non-consent of the upcoming Project Kaka drop over the Tararua Ranges that was scheduled for late winter....

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Mt Ruapehu warming up, Earthquakes continue

Mt Ruapehu warming up, Earthquakes continue

GeoNet says recent data and observations at Mt Ruapehu’s crater lake indicates that the temperature is rising and is currently at around 22C. The Volcanic Alert Level remains at 1, and the Aviation colour code remains green, the volcanic activity also remains low. Earthquakes are also continuing to happen surrounding...

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Greece and Turkey Earthquake: death toll reaches 39

Greece and Turkey Earthquake: death toll reaches 39

On Friday (local time) a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea that left many without power or a safe building to shelter in overnight (local time) in Turkey and Greece. The earthquake flattened 20 buildings in coastal Turkey. The large shake sent a surge of seawater flooding streets...

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Greece and Turkey Earthquake: search for survivors continue

Greece and Turkey Earthquake: search for survivors continue

On Friday (local time) a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea that left many without power or a safe building to shelter in overnight (local time) in Turkey and Greece. The earthquake flattened 20 buildings in coastal Turkey. The large shake sent a surge of seawater flooding streets...

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