Oil spill from tanker off the coast of New Zealand
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Oil from ship off coast of New Zealand reaches shore

Bad weather in New Zealand has hampered attempts to pump oil off a ship stranded near a popular tourist spot on the island's north coast.

Fist-sized balls of oil have been found on one of the area's main beaches, Mount Maunganui, which is popular with surfers.

A public health warning has been issued urging people to stay away.

The BBC's Duncan Kennedy reports.

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