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In the last century illegal whisky production in Southland's Hokonui Hills was a subject of police investigations. Today that shady past is a cause for celebration.
A controversial satellite-tagging trial is the Department of Conservation’s latest move in the battle to save the world’s rarest dolphin. Maui’s dolphins inhabit the waters off the west coast of the North Island. Close cousins of the South Island Hector’s dolphins, Mauis have dwindled to fewer than a hundred, earning them the unfortunate distinction of being labelled “critically endangered” by the World Conservation Union. Hectors are a bit better off: with a total population of just over 7000 their status is merely “endangered”.
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