Newspaper Article 1993 – Minister tracks down the trackers

Minister tracks down the trackers

The Minister of Conservation Denis Marshall visited Sirtrack Electronics in Havelock North as part of a visit to Hawke’s Bay yesterday. Sirtrack makes wildlife radio tracking equipment and had just finished 10 collars for Judas goats. The collars will be used by the Conservation Department in its goat-culling programme[.] Sirtrack makes a range of tracking equipment, including a device to transmit the temperature of a crocodile’s stomach. Shown, from left, are Mr Marshall, senior engineer Kevin Lay and Dave Ward.

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Business / Organisation

Sirtrack Ltd

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Newspaper article

Date published

30 September 1993

Publisher

The Hawke's Bay Herald-Tribune

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Published with permission of Hawke's Bay Today

People

  • Denis Marshall
  • Kevin Lay
  • Dave Ward

Accession number

895/1211/36570

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