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    Kaikoura's paua fishery closed since the large November 2016 earthquake, is to reopen after a community-led rebuild

    Kaikoura's paua fishery closed since the large November 2016 earthquake, is to reopen after a community-led rebuild



    It will open for a three-month harvest from December 1.

    Research and monitoring since the earthquake shows paua are recovering enough for a limited season.

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