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Food safety warning: Cook raw mussels before eating

New Zealand Food Safety is warning consumers to thoroughly cook mussels before eating following two people reportedly becoming sick from Vibrio parahaemolyticus in the Nelson-Tasman region.

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Water Skills for Life is the essential beginning for lifelong water safety

Water Skills For Life was developed for children in Years 1 – 8 to learn water safety. It establishes broad fundamental competencies for life-long water safety.

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All Tasman District Council offices and libraries will be closed for a period on Wednesday 24 February

All Tasman District Council offices and libraries will be closed for a period on Wednesday 24 February while staff attend professional development. Richmond, Motueka and Tākaka office and library services will resume at 1pm.

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The pipeline section of the Coppermine Trail from Maitai Dam to Smiths Ford has reopened

The pipeline section of the Coppermine Trail from Maitai Dam to Smiths Ford has reopened. The track was previously closed as a precaution following heavy rain, but has now reopened following a slip movement assessment.

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Public lecture: The COVID-19 pandemic – lessons learned and planning for the next time

Members of the public are invited to the inaugural lecture hosted by the University of Otago, Nelson Marlborough Health, and the Care Foundation. It’s titled:The COVID-19 pandemic: lessons learned and planning for the next time.

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The Tasman District’s Dry Weather Taskforce: restriction levels for the coming week

The Tasman District’s Dry Weather Taskforce has met and set the restriction levels for the coming week.

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