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Welcome

What a huge issue! Thanks to all of the advertisers who supported my colour special this month.

Just as last issue went to print I was invited by Hon Damien O’Connor, Minister of Agriculture to the launch of the first Sustainable Food and Fibre Futures (SFF Futures) project – which involved going out on a mussel barge to see seaweed being harvested. It was a beautiful day to be out on the water. It was strange being surrounded by national media with TV cameras onboard too, and meant I saw a quick glimpse of myself on TV that evening. See my story about the seaweed on page 8.

Voting forms for the local elections should be with you by the time you read this. Make sure you vote before it closes on 12 October. I have some info and adverts from candidates on pages 6-7. All Coromandel-Colville Ward Council candidates and Coromandel-Colville Community Board candidates had an article in the September issue. If you haven’t seen a copy of last issue then you can download it off my website www.coromandeltownchronicle.co.nz/html/issues.html

Click here to view the October 2019 issue.

Deadline for the Bovember issue is 4pm Monday 14 October.

Debbie

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