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  1. Video for Whakatane Mayor pushes for Māori seats
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    Whakatane Mayor pushes for Māori seats

    Whakatāne mayor, Tony Bonne says it's unfair that Māori seats are determined by a general vote in local government. Submissions have already been sent out to local iwi in regards to establishing three new seats on the Whakatāne District Council.

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    Ngāti Awa prepares to commemorate Te Kupenga a Taramainuku

    The people of Ngāti Awa are preparing to host a national commemoration and the 152nd anniversary of Te Kupenga a Taramainuku Pā.

  3. Video for Struggle continues for Edgecumbe residents six months after flood
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    Struggle continues for Edgecumbe residents six months after flood

    Edgecumbe resident Lorraine Hale says her community is not satisfied by the independent report by Sir Michael Cullen into the April 7 floods and says the review hasn't answered the communities question

  4. Video for Next generation throw support behind  Māori Party's return
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    Next generation throw support behind Māori Party's return

    Te Ururoa Flavell's daughter Mīriatetuara Flavell says the landslide victory by the Labour Party of all Māori seats has prompted her and her siblings to throw their weight behind the party in an effort to return to Parliament.

  5. Video for Community running coach Mark Edmonds awarded Queen Service Medal
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    Community running coach Mark Edmonds awarded Queen Service Medal

    Rotorua fitness coach, Mark Edmonds, has for many years served his community by training hundreds of athletes, throughout the Bay of Plenty. Today, his service has been recognised as he was honoured with a Queen Service Medal.

  6. Video for Matatā residents fed up with P users littering in public spaces
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    Matatā residents fed up with P users littering in public spaces

    The Bay of Plenty area is dealing with what is being labelled a P epidemic. Residents of Matatā are fed up with P users discarding drug paraphernalia in public areas.

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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.

  8. 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.

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    'Refreshed' Bay of Plenty economic development plan unveiled

    An ambitious Bay of Plenty economic development plan has established its next areas of focus.  The Toi Moana Bay of Plenty Action Plan has already seen investment in the Opotiki sea farm and harbour development, increased Māori knowledge of direct-use geothermal power and unused land turned to kiwifruit orchards.

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    $30m development for new Māori kiwifruit enterprises

    Te Tumu Paeroa today announced the suppliers who have won the contracts to build 10 kiwifruit orchards on Māori land in the Bay of Plenty and Gisborne over the next 18 months.  This is part of the $30 million investment in the area to convert nearly 90 hectares of semi- and unproductive land into successful grower businesses.

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