Thu, 28 Feb 2013 7:00p.m.
This week we've taken you to many of the regions around the North Island that have been suffering in the grips of this dry spell.
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4/03/2013 10:13:46 a.m.
We are only to blame. Too much spent on other non essential activities (Ethnic gardens and weird sculptures) and not enough forward planning for increased housing. Farmers need to invest in runoff retention for ground irrigation (And not a flash car and tractor every year). Auckland should source its own water and not pilfer from the Waikato river. Blame no one but yourselves.
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