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  1. Video for Rangatahi push for 40,000 new jobs in Bay of Plenty
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    Rangatahi push for 40,000 new jobs in Bay of Plenty

    A regional growth organisation called Bay of Connections is looking to create 40,000 new jobs by 2050. Regional Development Minister Shane Jones says the move coincides with the new Provincial Growth fund, which he says will support initiatives like Bay of Connections.

  2. Video for Tauranga Māori orchard endorses biosecurity awareness
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    Tauranga Māori orchard endorses biosecurity awareness

    A Tauranga-based Māori kiwifruit orchard says biosecurity is crucial to the survival of their orchards. This follows the launch of  Tauranga Port's biosecurity awareness launch this week.

  3. Video for Māori primary industries flourish in the Bay of Plenty
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    Māori primary industries flourish in the Bay of Plenty

    Māori have become major players in the Kiwifruit industry according to Te Horipo Karaitiana of the Bay of Connections He Mauri Ohooho Māori economic development strategy. Karaitiana says Māori make up a third of Te Waiariki kiwifruit production.

  4. Video for Ancestral kumara gardens replanted on Matakohe Island
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    Ancestral kumara gardens replanted on Matakohe Island

    To Northland, where it's estimated that over 150 years have passed since massive kūmara gardens on Matakohe Island flourished during the time of the chief Te Ihi-o-te-Rangi. Today the people of Te Parawhau and supporters returned to Matakohe to begin replanting the kūmara gardens of their chiefly ancestor.

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    Mixed opinions on Northland's forestry and agricultural developments

    Yesterday the Finance and Expenditure Select Committee hearing took place.  Finance Minister Bill English reported back to the committee about the development of the forestry and agricultural industries in the Northland region.

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