Councils complain over lack of money to stop kauri dieback spread

Local councils have sent a scathing letter to government ministers complaining about the lack of money being put into stopping the spread of kauri dieback.

The government has committed more than $20 million over four years to researching the devastating disease, but that doesn’t cover containing the infestation. RNZ’s Katie Doyle reports.

Councils complain over lack of money to stop kauri dieback spread
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