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Climate change could mean the end of our hoki and chips treat

Thursday 27 Sep 18 9:00am

WILL A WARMING world spell the end of the traditional New Zealand Friday night hoki and chips?

The fishing industry has announced a voluntary 22 per cent reduction in hoki quota on the West Coast because the fish arenít there, prompting environmentalists to say we told you so.

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