Waiheke island seafood gathering stopping

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Is the ban still in place as was for 2yrs from 29/11/2021 so should of expired 29/11/2023 (waiheke island)

Cant find any updates
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MPI is really only interested in selling food from farmers, croppers and commercial fishing to us and to overseas for the export dollar.

They have no interest in protecting people or looking after those gathering or gardening food for themselves, in fact if they had it their way they would ban it, as then people would have to buy more food form them, which means they make more money for the industry they represent.
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MPI does seem to have an obvious conflict of interest. 
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Can't say I have ever seen these customs placed unnecessarily on an area?

The entire fishery is at risk. 

These guys are our best allies is how I see it. 
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