Tag Archives: KASM

PM John Key is poised to push the world’s rarest and smallest dolphin into extinction.

Well done for bringing this to such a wide audience and to be able to connect it to the destructive nature of the Seabed mining issue too!!! Via KASM Activist Vera: Dear friends across New Zealand, Despite the Maui dolphin’s … Continue reading

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For those of you wanting to leave info or comment on posts

In order to help keep the blog clean and spam free I’ve put in a little filter. If you leave a comment it will have to be approved first in order to determine if you are legit or a spam … Continue reading

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Reactivation of the KASM blog

With Seabed mining having been somewhat dormant for a while the need to post on this blog was not a priority but with the mining efforts being stepped up by the powers that be I will be happy to introduce … Continue reading

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Mine firm may seek consent next year

Trans-Tasman Resources may be ready to apply for consent to mine 30 square kilometres of the South Taranaki seabed later next year, the company’s environment and approvals manager Andy Sommerville says. There have been two meetings in Wanganui for fishing … Continue reading

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