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    Explore White Island's volcano with Google Street View

    Whakaari or White Island is one of the world’s most accessible, continuously active marine volcanoes.  Now a project between the Whakatāne District Council and Google is aiming to take that accessibility to a whole new level, by bringing the raw power of Whakaari online with Google Street View.

  2. Video for $30 million luxury spa for Te Arawa
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    $30 million luxury spa for Te Arawa

    A multi million dollar spa development on Rotoruas' lakefront is expected to generate tens of millions of dollars to the city's economy and job opportunities for māori. The project is being led by the Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust.

  3. Video for "Reo-rua Rotorua" - NZ's first bilingual city
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    "Reo-rua Rotorua"- NZ's first bilingual city

    Rotorua has become the country's first bilingual city with some business of the Māori tourist hotspot adopting bilingual initiatives such as signage and menus. 

  4. Video for Maori performing arts in demand on global stages
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    Maori performing arts in demand on global stages

    New Zealand Māori Tourism is calling for more funding for Māori performing arts. Chairperson Dale Stephens says there's a global demand for Māori performances who are bringing more tourists to New Zealand.

  5. Video for Support for new safer water by-laws in the Waiariki
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    Support for new safer water by-laws in the Waiariki

    New water safety by-laws have come into effect in the Waiariki region. Kiwi Rafting business Kaitiaki Adventures support the new by-laws which include changes to life jacket rules and the mandatory registration of jet skis and similar craft. 

  6. Video for Native Affairs – A warning to Tongariro tourists
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    Native Affairs – A warning to Tongariro tourists

    A warning to Tongariro National Park users change is coming.

  7. Video for Hapū may get more authority over "Hole in the Rock" Motu Kōkako
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    Hapū may get more authority over "Hole in the Rock" Motu Kōkako

    Ngāti Kuta and Ngāti Patukeha who have made customary claims to the Bay of Island's "Hole in the Rock" under the Marine and Coastal area legislation, say they want meaningful engagement with tourism operators because the area is wāhi tapu.

  8. Video for Native Affairs – Iwi Tours
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    Native Affairs – Iwi Tours

    Tourism has become New Zealand's biggest money earner and everyone is cashing in. Ngati Awa in the Eastern Bay of Plenty has just bought a tour operation, taking tourists to the very popular, very active volcano - White Island - Te Pūia o Whakaari. The iwi hopes the venture will benefit the tribe and help boost tourism in the region.

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    Budget aims to boost tourism industry as visitor numbers continue to grow

    The government plans to spend $178mil on tourism infrastructure as part of Budget 2017, including $76mil on new and upgraded Department of Conservation (DOC) infrastructure. Conservation Minister Maggie Barry says, “The new funding will allow DOC to better manage the impact of visitor growth, while also protecting our biodiversity and threatened species."

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    Ancient Māori game incorporated into an international event

    The ancient game of Ki-o-rahi got its first taste of international games at the World Masters Games at The Cloud in Central Auckland. Kiorahi revitalists say its promotion at an international event offers hope to its future. 

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