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  1. Video for Forestry worker safety top priority for Shane Jones
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    Forestry worker safety top priority for Shane Jones

    The Minister of Forestry Shane Jones says worker safety will be an absolute priority in realising the government's plan of planting one billion trees.

  2. Video for Forestry safety should be a multi-level responsibility - Uncle to Piri Bartlett
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    Forestry safety should be a multi-level responsibility- Uncle to Piri Bartlett

    The forestry industry is an opportunity to bring employment and prosperity to the East Coast, and while this will continue for years to come, the death of a 23-year-old father Te Oho Mauri Piripi has prompted calls for all industry tiers, including land shareholders, to be responsible for worker safety.

  3. Video for Te Papapa School learns community safety
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    Te Papapa School learns community safety

    The Junior Neighbourhood Support programme, launched at Auckland's Te Papapa Primary School, teaches children to look out for themselves and others within their community.  It also helps them become familiar with Police.

  4. Video for "Don't speed, our children are precious", is the call being made by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei
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    "Don't speed, our children are precious", is the call being made by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei

    "Don't speed, our children are precious." That is the call being made by members of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei in Auckland.

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    Sleeping on back increases stillbirth risk- study

    New University of Auckland research has found that women who go to sleep on their back in the last three months of pregnancy are almost four times more likely to experience a stillbirth.

  6. Video for UN Road safety campaign asks NZ drivers to slow down
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    UN Road safety campaign asks NZ drivers to slow down

    The UN Road Safety Week campaign is calling for New Zealanders to slow down. This comes after a survey revealed that communities are concerned about speeding traffic. Last week, the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) announced that the country's new roading infrastructure can handle vehicles driving faster and that a new speed limit of 110km may be implemented in some areas.

  7. Video for Māori Unionist call on Iwi to support an end workplace deaths
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    Māori Unionist call on Iwi to support an end workplace deaths

    Māori unionists mark Workers Memorial Day with a call for iwi-unions to work in collaboration with The Council of Trade Unions (CTU) in an effort to end workplace deaths.

  8. Video for Waiariki clean up begins post cyclone
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    Waiariki clean up begins post cyclone

    The aftermath of Cyclone Cook has left 15,000 customers in the Hawkes Bay without power. Drinking water and water waste systems in Whakatāne have been seriously affected and the majority of the Central North Island have road blockages caused by fallen trees and power poles, but spirits are still high as Edgecumbe residents are now able to move back into their homes and the clean-up begins.

  9. Video for Cyclone Cook hits Aotearoa
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    Cyclone Cook hits Aotearoa

    New Zealand is bracing itself as Cyclone Cook batters down the country. High winds are expected to reach 120km/h forcing disruptions across the Auckland region.

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    Tips for staying safe this Easter weekend- Police

    This year's Easter holiday period runs from 4pm on Thursday 13 April to 6am on Tuesday 18 April.  The highest crash risk period will be between 4pm–8pm on Thursday when most travellers are leaving for holiday destinations.

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