Piha Gets Warning Signs
Three warning signs spelling out the dangers of swimming and
fishing at Piha have been erected.
The warnings follow
three drownings at the beach over Labour weekend.
South African immigrant fathers were caught in rips after
trying to save their teenage daughters.
landing area is also being upgraded so rescuers can get to
the surf's edge faster.
Waitakere City Council and other
interested groups will be staging an information and
advertisement campaign highlighting the need for caution
when swimming or fishing at Piha and other West Coast
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