Thu, 28 Jun 2012 6:32p.m.
The Government is now extending the set net ban along the Taranaki coast to protect Maui's dolphins.
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11/07/2012 7:34:23 p.m.
If your job relies on sending a species to extinction through bycatch, then I think it's a good thing you lose that job. New Zealand could be the second country after China to make a dolphin species extinct. That is just horrific.
7/07/2012 8:44:17 a.m.
Oh look if they can’t fish without endangering or destroying an entire species of dolphin then they should get lost and find a new jobs.
28/06/2012 8:35:32 p.m.
Mr Mawson, There are only 55 Maui dolphin left on the entire planet.There are currently around 6,840,507,003 people.What is important to your children?
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