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    Takitimu Marae to build back better after Cyclone Gabrielle

    Wikitoria Hauraki, of Kahungunu ki te Wairoa, is Te Aitanga ā Māhaki's chairperson. Photo / RNZ / Kate Green By Kate Green, RNZ

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    Hawke's Bay whānau still displaced after Gabrielle

    Some Hawke's Bay whānau are still living on a marae almost five months after Cyclone Gabrielle sent floodwaters rushing through their homes at Waiohiki.

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    'You can replace buildings, you can't replace people'- Hukarere principal says amidst cyclone recovery

    In Hawke's Bay, Hukarere Girls College is finally reopening four months after it was destroyed by Cyclone Gabrielle.

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    Henare moves to repurpose slash in wake of Gabrielle

    In response to the devastating impact of Cyclone Gabrielle, which claimed the lives of 11 people and wreaked havoc on seaside communities in the Hawke's Bay region, the government has announced a series of initiatives aimed at repurposing slash and promoting sustainable forestry practices.

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    Mental well-being support essential for tamariki and rangatahi in cyclone impacted regions

    Nearly four months on from the effects of the cyclone within the regions, mental well-being concerns of whānau are being felt.

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    'Microgrids' for communities, marae investigated post-Gabrielle

    A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Canterbury (UC) is investigating the potential benefits of microgrid technology for remote communities and marae.

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    Fears for whenua future amid cyclone recovery plans

    Māori impacted by last week's land categorisation in Hawke's Bay say they've got a huge choice to make: stay on their whenua or leave.

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