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Jetty’s troubled history: ‘People are going to drown/die if we don’t address this major problem’

Saturday 7 January 2023 | Written by Cameron Scott | Published in Environment, National

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Jetty’s troubled history: ‘People are going to drown/die if we don’t address this major problem’
An aerial view of Arorangi jetty. Picture: Alex Coppel Photography/23010636

The Arorangi jetty has drawn criticism and controversy for more than 12 years, since the project was first announced.

The Arorangi jetty has drawn criticism and controversy for more than 12 years, since the project was first announced.


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Comments

Sally Wyatt on 09/01/2023

I'm interested to know has the lagoon channel been widened and deepened since August 2019? Will the landing facility ever be used by cruise ship tenders again?

Tony Heays on 07/01/2023

Interested to know exactly how ,any times the cruise ships have used this facility.