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Mokau Victory!

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Terry Lasenby describes a celebrationary descent of the Mokau River, now free from the immanent threat of hydro development. This article appeared in NZ Canoeing 11.2.

Wairoa release dates for 2011/2012

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Kaimai Canoe Club have announced release dates for the Wairoa as agreed with Trustpower Ltd.

Tongariro flowing

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Genesis Energy have advised that there will be a scheduled outage at Rangipo Power Station between 9am and 5pm, on Thursday 5 May. The Tongariro River, downstream of Rangipo Dam to Poutu Intake will be flowing at natural flow during this time. There will be no increase in river flows downstream of Poutu Intake.

Adventure on the Upper Hokitika

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Nic Thomas describes an eventful descent of the Upper Hokitika. This article originally appeared in NZ Canoeing 11.1.

Too precious to dam

Polly Miller described this trip down the Mokihinui River in NZ Canoeing 10.3.

Guide to the Whanganui River, 18th edition, now available

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The 18th edition Whitewater NZ's Guide to the Whanganui River is now available with some changes to accommodation and branding. Available at DOC Centers near the river or order using our Order Form (PDF, 143KB). Whitewater NZ members receive a discount.

Two Mangahao releases for October

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Two Mangahao releases have been scheduled for October 2010.

Access to the Waiatoto

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Some months ago the Otago conservancy of DOC released their proposed Mt Aspiring National Park Management Plan. It is due to be approved by the NZ Conservation Authority and assuming nothing surprising happens, Whitewater NZ has had a significant win by retaining aerial access to Bonar Flats on the Waiatoto River.

Mangahao release

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A Mangahao release has been scheduled for 22 May to replace the release which was cancelled last month.

Josh Neilson presents 'Realm'

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Josh Neilson's latest production is called REALM: it follows four NZ kayakers around the world providing an insight into each of their lives, what they do and what motivates them to live this way. Dates have been set for Napier (17 April) and Wellington (24 April). See the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEYfplJoHnQ

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