Stan Augustowicz (left) and Dominic McCarthy of the Auckland Regional Authority's Regional Water Board test the Ōmaru Creek in East Tāmaki, Manukau City, for traces of contamination in 1988. The Auckland Regional Authority was formed in 1963, originally to manage the bulk supply of water in the region. It later took on other functions, including planning, bulk sewage collection and treatment, and bus transport.
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