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March 1st, 2013
Auckland Orienteers Want Access to Local Parks

Bureaucracy is becoming a major obstacle for orienteers using city parks. Followers of the niche sport are facing increasingly stricter regulations imposed on their casual summer events by the Auckland Council. Hundreds of people attend the Auckland Orienteering Club’s summer event series running through areas including the Auckland Domain and Cornwall Park. The club must be issued with a permit by the council before it can hold an event. Read More