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Conservation Minister Sandra Lee today said she was alarmed at the death of 304 seabirds killed by a commercial longline vessel on a recent fishing trip for ling.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee has completed a review of the management decisions taken to date to minimise the risks to safety associated with the impending Ruapehu Crater Lake lahar.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister's speech notes for the first reading debate of the "Aquaculture Moratorium" Bill

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

The Minister of Conservation has marked the first anniversary of the death of conservationist Bing Lucas with the launch of a DOC Publication: The State of Wilderness in New Zealand.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

A unique Auckland rock forest at Almorah Road in Epsom has been saved from land developers.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Possums are a major issue for Government and this Government is putting more resources into possum control than any previous Government.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee has added to the tributes being paid today to Sir Peter Blake who was killed in a shooting in Amazonia after his vessel was attacked by pirates.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Minister of Conservation Sandra Lee today acknowledged the contributions of volunteers, as New Zealand commemorated International Year of Volunteers--2001.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Hon Sandra Lee: "...the department can never lose sight of the fact that it manages huts and tracks on behalf of the public of New Zealand."

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Thank you for inviting me here this morning.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

The Minister of Conservation Sandra Lee said today it was deplorable that Japan is yet again sending a whaling fleet to Antarctica to kill minke whales.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Prime Minister Helen Clark and Conservation Minister Sandra Lee were in the Southland township of Tuatapere today attending festivities to mark the official opening of the Hump Ridge Track.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

New Zealand's first tussock grasslands conservation park has been opened.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Cabinet has authorised the setting up of a ministerial committee to work with the Minister of Conservation on coordinating government responses on the potential Ruapehu lahar issue.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee is saddened by suggestions today that the tree on One Tree Hill may not be replaced.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

"I commend the authorities for their prompt response to this incident," Conservation Minister Sandra Lee said today.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Overwhelming public support has spurred the creation of New Zealand's first tussocklands park, on Canterbury’s Torlesse Range.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Minister of Conservation Sandra Lee today announced that she has approved a permit for the Hastings District Council’s discharge of wastewater.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee is inviting people to help guide government policy and priorities on biosecurity and its role in protecting native species through participation in the development of a New Zealand Biosecurity Strategy.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark and Conservation Minister Sandra Lee today welcomed the decision by the Cook Islands to give legal protection to whales within the Cook's Exclusive Economic Zone.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

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  • Sandra Lee
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Conservation Minister Sandra Lee today announced appointments to the Auckland Conservation Board, effective from the start of this month.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee today announced appointments to the Bay of Plenty Conservation Board, effective from the start of this month.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee today announced appointments to the Canterbury Aoraki Conservation Board, effective from the start of this month.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation