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January 17, 2017


Simon Rodehn

Pity we allow anyone to take tractors onto any beaches for any reason. To move sand or seaweed. This should be tracked and stopped to ensure no abuse as there are places where much sand is harvested along with the seaweed.


How is it that we tout the sale of Aragonite as one of the potential 'saviours' of our economy (despite it being absolute nonsense), yet we scream blue murder when there is a suggestion of selling sand to the US for beach restoration?

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