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Permits needed for seafood from Aitutaki

Saturday 25 October 2014 | Published in Environment

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Permits needed for seafood from Aitutaki
MMR fisheries officers carrying out baggage checks for unpermitted export of seafood from Aitutaki. 14102412

The Ministry of Marine Resources has issued a reminder to passengers travelling from Aitutaki over the festive season to respect the island’s by-laws for taking paua (clam) and other protected species to Rarotonga.

The Ministry of Marine Resources has issued a reminder to passengers travelling from Aitutaki over the festive season to respect the island’s by-laws for taking paua (clam) and other protected species to Rarotonga.


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