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Advisory signs around Raglan Harbour can come down

After the 27 May wastewater overflow in Raglan, all activities including fishing, swimming and collection of shellfish can resume from 3 June [today].

The Ministry of Health has advised Council that the advisory signs can come down on Friday and normal activity in Raglan can start again. 

“We thank Raglan for their patience over the past week but we’re pleased that the public will be able to use the harbour again in time for the long weekend,” General Manager Service Delivery, Tim Harty says.

For more information please contact:

Teresa Hancock
Communications Advisor
Waikato District Council
07 824 8633 Extn: 5649
027 889 3084