In the notice with the above heading, dated the 5th day
of October 2009 and published in the New Zealand Gazette, 8 October 2009, No. 148, page 3586, please replace clause 2(d) with the following interpretation:
"(d) "area/rohe moana" means all those waters enclosed by a line:
(i) commencing at point on the mean high water mark (MHWM) at Paritu (at 38°57.00'S and 177°54.18'E); then
(ii) proceeding due east for 200 nautical miles to
a point on the EEZ boundary (at 38°57.00'S
and 177°26.78'W); then
(iii) proceeding in a south-westerly and then easterly direction along the EEZ boundary to a point on the EEZ boundary (at 40°16.05'S and 177°25.00'W); then
(iv) proceeding due south to a point offshore
(at 43°15.00'S and 177°25.00'W); then
(v) proceeding in a north-westerly direction to a point offshore (at 39°18.60'S and 177°45.00'E); then
(vi) proceeding due north to a point offshore
(at 39°13.30'S and 177°45.00'E); then
(vii) proceeding in a north-easterly direction to
a point on the MHWM at Waikokopu
(at 39°04.40'S and 177°49.60'E); then
(viii) proceeding along the MHWM of Mahia Peninsula in a generally southerly and
then northerly direction to the point of commencement.
The geographical coordinates named are in terms of the WGS84 datum."
Dated at Wellington this 17th day of July 2012.
KELLY DUNN, Director Maori Partnership Implementation, Ministry for Primary Industries.