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After the frenetic world of the medina outside, Smit says, you're greeted with "quietness and the birds chirping and singing, and then all these colors." "I remember the first time walking in here that it was one big surprise. And after every corner there was something to see and a whole new experience." El Fenn ; Derb Moulay Abdullah Ben Hezzian, 2, Marrakech 40000, Morocco; +212 5244-41210; from $213 Riad de Tarabel A few streets away from El Fenn is the Riad de Tarabel, an elegant oasis in a French colonial-style mansion. It's owned by French aristocratic couple Leonard Degoy and Rose Marie Fournier. The mansion is decorated in muted shades of olive and cream and dotted with family heirlooms and bamboo and rattan furniture. There are just 10 rooms, including three suites, along with a heated courtyard pool and a rooftop plunge pool. Riad de Tarabel ; 8, Derb Sraghna, Quartier Dar El Bacha, Marrakech Medina, Morocco; +212 (0)5 24 39 17 06; from $203 Royal Mansour Marrakech Le Jardin is the newest addition to the Royal Mansour property. When the King of Morocco decided to open the Royal Mansour Marrakech hotel in 2010 as the last word in opulence, he chose to build 53 brand new riads. Each is a three-story, one- to four-bedroom jewel box, furnished in a riot of ornate zellij, carved stucco and wooden screens, painted wooden ceilings, silks and brocades in spare-no-expense fashion, with a private courtyard and roof terrace with pool and fireplace. Giving riads the ultimate luxury twist, the recently opened Le Jardin adds 1.5 hectares of landscaped gardens, a swimming pool and a new restaurant from three-Michelin-star Paris chef Yannick Alleno, to add to the three there already. The new dining spot serves Asian-influenced cuisine, while guests can enjoy Moroccan, gourmet French and Mediterranean food at the others.
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...as found by BBC Monitoring 19 January 2017 Image copyright Forest and Kim Starr Image caption The giant reed - Arundo donax - can grow up to 8m high New Zealand appears to be taking a calculated risk with its otherwise strict environmental policy by using foreign species to fight an invasive and destructive plant. The country is well known for its strategy of protecting its wildlife and flora from species introduced from abroad, but the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is to relax these rules to combat the reed Arundo donax, otherwise known as elephant grass or giant reed, New Zealand Herald reports . The government agency has approved a scheme where two species of insect from the Mediterranean will be introduced to New Zealand's northernmost Northlands region where the reed, which can grow up to 8m (26ft) tall, is displacing native plants and causing flooding. According to an EPA press release , the arundo galling wasp and the arundo scale insect will be introduced to giant reed beds in the area, where they'll munch through the plants, causing them fatal damage. The insects have been highly successful fighting the reed in the Americas and the Canary Islands, EPA scientist Dr Clark Ehlers says. The calculated risk is that the insects won't go on to hybridise with native species, nor take root in New Zealand. It's "highly improbable that the arundo galling wasp or arundo scale insect would form undesirable self-sustaining populations," Dr Ehlers said. "Neither would be likely to cause adverse effects in the New Zealand environment." Invasive species have repeatedly brought disaster to New Zealand's eco-system. The kiwi, New Zealand's national bird, is still declining in numbers largely due to predators, and it's now government policy to eradicate all non-native predators by the year 2050 . They hope to achieve this through strict import controls, as well as an extermination plan against stoats, rats and possums.