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BEST FOR MOYHU: Moyhu resident Phil Larkin is looking forward to switching over to a sewerage system in the town after more than a decade of community lobbying for change from the septic system. PHOTO: Emma Hillier

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AFTER more than a decade of lobbying, dozens of Moyhu residents can switch from a septic system to a sewerage system today.

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