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Emergency services were called to Mangakahia Rd, near Parakao, after two utes collided about 4pm. Two people were airlifted to Whangarei Hospital with serious injuries. Meanwhile, about 5. Police said no one was injured. Lobby groups are vowing to keep putting up roadblocks in rural Northland until councils take action to fix dangerously dusty roads. They say the fine dust contaminates water supplies, harms health and creates traffic hazards by impairing visibility on twisting, narrow roads.
The protests, at Pipiwai, Ngapipito Rd, Motatau, and Matawaia, targeted forestry vehicles on the first day of logging after the Christmas break. John Luisi, of Pipiwai Titoki Roading Action Group, said there had been four similar protests in the last four years but this time they would not give up until action was taken to fix the dangerous dust problem.
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Tests around Pipiwai showed PM10 the smallest dust particle levels exceeded health guidelines. Inhaling the particles could be carcinogenic, Mr Luisi said. The protesters had informed police and logging companies about the roadblocks.
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No log trucks were using Pipiwai Rd yesterday but forestry support vehicles were turned away. Mr Luisi said the protest was legal because the road was not on a road reserve but crossed Maori land. On Ngapipito Rd, west of Moerewa, a group of residents turned back traffic from 7am. There, too, the protesters were polite, even handing out home baking to stopped motorists. Resident Murray Armstrong said the blockade was lifted about 10am after warnings from police.
They continued to stop motorists but allowed them through after asking them to drive slowly and handing out leaflets explaining the dust problem. Another leaflet urged tourists riding the Twin Coast Cycle Trail to complain about the dust nuisance, to increase pressure on councils and central government for a solution. The group had turned back two gravel trucks and three utes. Most drivers had been supportive.
Of roughly 17km of metal road they wanted the council to seal a 4. A polymer road coating being tested by the council had made a big difference, though the trial location could have been better chosen. Sergeant Ross Laurie, of Mid North police, said he sympathised with the residents but they had been instructed not to block their road. Instead they could talk to drivers and ask them to be considerate. For the past four years Hancock had contributed financially to the Far North and Whangarei district council efforts to reduce dust by tarsealing or applying dust suppressants, she said.
The outcome is expected in March. The Far North District Council is trialling the use of polymer dust suppressants on 22km of roads. The council will decide whether to use the polymer on other roads when the trial is completed at the end of summer.
Sealing of Northland roads stopped in after the Government diverted funding for rural seal extensions into its Roads of National Significance. Name not released Police are yet to formally identify a man found dead on his boat near Great Barrier Island that left Whangarei two days earlier.
It is believed the man left Whangarei on Friday and fished at the Mokohinau Islands. His wife notified emergency services when he failed to return on Saturday. A police helicopter found the vessel on Sunday. It appears the death was a result of a medical event and the file has been handed to the coroner.
Northland fire ban on By Lindy Laird A total fire ban was expected to come into place in Whangarei and Kaipara districts at midnight last night. It will mean lighting any fire is illegal throughout Northland, as a total ban is already in place in the Far North. Until last night, Whangarei and Kaipara have allowed fires by permit only, although with a spate of grass and scrub fires and dry, windy conditions no permits have been issued in recent days.
Mr Ihaka, who called for the total ban, said he expected it to be in place by midnight Monday. Fire crews and resources such as machinery have been stretched as the Fire Service and rural fire crews fought several fires at a time, he said. The Department of Conservation DOC has joined with fire authorities and the police in calling for help from the public regarding the lighting of unlawful and suspicious fires. There were three suspicious fires in five days on conservation land at Pouto Peninsula, south of Dargaville, on January 2, 4 and 7.
The fires were eventually contained and no homes were affected, but about 10 hectares of reserve land were burned, destroying native plants and wildlife and endangering firefighters.
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Prime Minister Bill English announced yesterday he would not be attending the main Waitangi Day commemorations in the Bay of Islands, making it the second year a Prime Minister has not attended the event after former Prime Minister John Key did not attend last year. But Mr English did not accept that. Running away does not pierce. The powhiri is about welcoming people. The home folk had allowed the political parties to express what they may want in a tent outside the marae. Given this is an election year it would have been an opportune time for him to outline his intentions for this year.
A Waitangi Day planning hui is scheduled for Thursday. Dairy product prices dropped at the Global Dairy Trade auction, sliding for a second consecutive auction, as whole milk powder prices unexpectedly sank amid increased volume on offer. The GDT price index fell 3.
Whole milk powder dropped 7. Federated Farmers Northland dairy chairman, Ashley Cullen, said a decrease in GDT price index could be a case of buyers hedging their bets or testing the waters. Mr Cullen said the market was still volatile and, coupled with a lack of rain, the situation for Northland dairy farmers this year could be difficult.
In early December, wholemilk powder prices rose 4.