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08-Sep-2013

  • Govt delays put Maui's dolphin at further risk - Greenpeace

    The New Zealand Government?s continued delays to protect Maui?s dolphin moves the species closer to extinction, says Greenpeace. The Government?s long overdue threat management plan for Maui?s dolphin was this afternoon re-opened for another round of public consultation, a year and a half after it first started discussions on increasing protection when a population estimate revealed numbers had ...


  • Dolphin Protections ?Clayton?s Measures? Say Campaigners

    Dolphin campaigners are commending Nick Smith?s proposal announced today which would extend the protection for Maui?s, the world?s rarest and smallest marine dolphins. Maui?s dolphins are found only here in New Zealand.


  • Conservation groups: Govt's dolphin proposal 'inadequate'

    Conservation groups say a new government proposal to help the world's rarest marine dolphin, Maui's dolphin, is inadequate and will not save the species from extinction. Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith has proposed a 350 square...


  • Ex-Dolphin: Williams smoked pot before games

    Ex-Dolphin: Williams smoked pot before games


  • Maui?s proposal too little too late - Greens

    The Conservation Minister is postponing action on Maui?s dolphin protection when action is needed immediately, the Green Party said today. "We don?t need another consultation, we need the Government to listen to the scientific consensus and ensure Maui?s dolphin habitat is free of lethal fishing methods," said Green Party conservation spokesperson Eugenie Sage. Ms Sage was responding to ...


  • Dolphin die-off linked to virus as casualties rise

    Count of dead rises to 18 in Md. since July 1, 333 along East Coast Scientists believe a virus similar to measles in humans is responsible for an accelerating die-off in bottlenose dolphins along the Mid-Atlantic coast.        


  • Confirmed: Dolphin Entertainment and Mattel Team on Max Steel Movie

    Dolphin Entertainment, Inc. and Mattel, Inc. have confirmed they are teaming up to develop the live-action, feature-length film Max Steel based on Mattel's franchise property of the same name. The film will be produced by Dolphin Films, a newly-formed subsidiary of Dolphin Entertainment. Open Road Films will distribute Max Steel in the U.S. as the first of a multi-picture agreement with Dolphin ...


  • Rock star joins protest against Japan dolphin hunt

    TOKYO (AP) ? Former Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum was in a remote Japanese fishing village Monday to protest against its annual dolphin hunt.


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