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Landowners halt new road

Wednesday 9 December 2015 | Published in Environment

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Landowners halt new road
The new back road cuts directly past the front of a new home at Titikaveka. 15120701

Titikaveka landowners have forced a stop to construction of a new road being built inland to enable the laying of water mains for Te Mato Vai project, saying what the government has done so far regarding the road is illegal.

Titikaveka landowners have forced a stop to construction of a new road being built inland to enable the laying of water mains for Te Mato Vai project, saying what the government has done so far regarding the road is illegal.


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