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  1. Video for Locals gain access to eeling reserve
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    Locals gain access to eeling reserve

    Tūtaewhero is a Māori eeling reserve, but for many of its descendants they haven't been able to gain access to the reserve and practice their methods of cultivating Tuna or eel.

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    BOP police to leave no stone unturned after avocado thefts

    Bay of Plenty Police are warning business owners to be wary following recent avocado thefts.  There have been a number of avocado thefts in the Tauranga to Katikati area over the last month and this has had a huge impact on orchard owners.

  3. Video for Dispute continues eviction of whānau from ancestral land
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    Dispute continues eviction of whānau from ancestral land

    Police have evicted a Far North family from their ancestral lands following a court order.  Three generations of the Tahere whānau remain in dispute with the trust managing the said land.

  4. Video for Award winning trust wins appeal to evict shareholders
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    Award winning trust wins appeal to evict shareholders

    Winners of the prestigious Ahuwhenua Maori Excellence in Farming Awards for this year, the Omapere-Rangihamama Trust have won an appeal to evict the Tahere whānau who returned home some years ago to build homes on their ancestral lands.

  5. Video for New Greenpeace doco gives new insight on farming
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    New Greenpeace doco gives new insight on farming

    Greenpeace wants the Government to rethink the way that farmers farm.  In a documentary released today, The Regenerators, Greenpeace has some answers.

  6. Video for Young father scoops top Māori farmer award
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    Young father scoops top Māori farmer award

    The small rural village of Raupunga in Hawke's Bay has been lifted after one of their very own Jordan Biddle was named Young Māori Farmer of the Year.

  7. Video for Māori impressed at sustainable farming protocol
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    Māori impressed at sustainable farming protocol

    Low input, high-value output is the essence of a new farming initiative launched in Northland this week to supply the American pharmaceutical industry with bovine material.  In what is a first for New Zealand, local elders are impressed with the sustainable farming protocols that form a key aspect of the criteria.

  8. Video for Northland farm takes honours at Ahuwhenua Māori Excellence in Farming Awards
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    Northland farm takes honours at Ahuwhenua Māori Excellence in Farming Awards

    Over 40 years have passed since the last Northland farm won top honours in the Ahuwhenua Māori Excellence in Farming Awards.  But that time came to an end last night at the Ahuwhenua dinner awards in Whāngarei where prime minister Bill English announced the Omapere-Rangihamama Trust in Kaikohe the winners of the prestigious Ahuwhenua Trophy.

  9. Video for Northland plant to change collagen market
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    Northland plant to change collagen market

    A sustainable farming project launched in Northland is expected to meet a demand for collagen in the US. The new plant will change cow parts into collagen to provide to the US pharmaceutical industry.

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    City kids get a taste of 'life on the land'

    Seven city teenagers – from Riccarton, Hillmorton and Cashmere High Schools in Christchurch – last week got a taste of ‘life on the land’, spending a week with four farming families in the Central, Mid and South Canterbury regions. 

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