Fluoridation miffs Far North mayor, despite region's tooth decay
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Te Tai Tokerau children finishing primary school have the worst tooth decay in the country. But the Far North mayor says the new compulsory fluoridation order is mystifying him, and happening too fast, and he still doesn't know how his council's going to pay for it. Sam Olley was at the district council's hui today.
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