Brook Sanctuary poison drop to go ahead despite appeal lodged

The Brook Valley Community Group is appealing a High Court decision to allow brodifacoum-laced bait to be dropped in the ...
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The Brook Valley Community Group is appealing a High Court decision to allow brodifacoum-laced bait to be dropped in the Brook Waimarama Sanctuary.


The Brook Waimarama Sanctuary poison drop will go ahead, despite a community group's decision to appeal the High Court decision. 

Brook Waimarama Sanctuary Trust chair David Butler said they were "very disappointed" by the Brook Valley Community Group's decision to appeal. He said they thought they had a "clear and comprehensive ruling" from the High Court, which would be "upheld on appeal".

"In particular, I guess for our all volunteers who have worked incredibly hard the last couple of months to get [everything ready].

"We are also very conscious that we are looking after people's contributions that are provided to the sanctuary and this will cost further money."

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Dont the power junkies like to lord it over everything and everyone no matter that folks may not be able to use parts of their land due to contamination of the land and water.Hey but who cares aye-we are the controllers and what we say goes.Psychopaths.

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