Coromandel MP Scott Simpson is warning against complacency after new surveys of the region show kauri dieback disease has not spread as widely as feared.
Scott Simpson MP says ‘The disease has only been confirmed on two sites on the Coromandel. This is a relief for volunteers who’re working hard to prevent the disease from spreading. However we must remain vigilant so that kauri dieback is contained.’
MP Scott Simpson is welcoming two new grants to help protect Coromandel’s kiwi and Kauri.
Mr Simpson says the kiwi care project Whenuakiwi has been awarded $25,000 for predator control in the eastern Coromandel, and Kauri 2000 Trust has received $57,000 to help prevent the spread of Kauri Dieback disease.
DOC's John Rich, MP Scott Simpson and Hon Nicky Wagner, Assoc Minister of Conservation at the Kauaeranga DOC Visitors' Centre
Coromandel MP Scott Simpson is collecting supplies for Paeroa Kindergarten after it was burnt down last week – and he wants your help.
‘Thoughtless idiots burnt down Paeroa Kindergarten and now a whole lot of little kids have lost their beloved kindy. I’ve been to see the site and it’s very distressing to see the burned-out building. This is terribly sad for the entire community,’ MP Scott Simpson says.
In the National-led Government, Coromandel MP Scott Simpson is Chair of the Justice and Electoral Select Committee and a Member of the Health Select Committee. This website is funded by The Parliamentary Service and authorised by Scott Simpson, 614 Pollen St, Thames.
The National Party, PM John Key and Scott Simpson MP on social media platforms.