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    Third earthquake Bill passes in Parliament

    The third and final Bill in response to the Kaikōura earthquake has passed in Parliament. It's news acting Civil Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee has welcomed.  

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    Kaikōura evacuees return home

    Around forty Kāti Kuri iwi members including tamariki are making their way home to Kaikōura for the first time since the November 14 earthquake north of Canterbury.

  3. Video for Your questions answered about law changes for earthquake-prone marae
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    Your questions answered about law changes for earthquake-prone marae

    News that more than 70% of marae all over New Zealand could be at risk of being shut down or demolished because of new earthquake legislation has raised a lot of questions for Iwi nationwide.

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    John Key- How will Māori remember him?

    So how will John Key the Prime Minister be remembered? We look back at John Key's career, from his bromance with Barack Obama, pony-gate scandal and party politics during his three terms as this country's leader.

  5. Video for Marae at risk of being demolished
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    Marae at risk of being demolished

    More than 70% of marae in New Zealand are facing a shakeup under new earthquake legislation.  The Building Amendment Act 2016 imposes tougher rules on all buildings, especially those located in red zones or earthquate prone locations and include many marae who can't afford insurance or to re-build

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    Efforts to relocate Kaikōura pāua continue

    Two weeks after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the South Island, efforts to relocate the affected pāua in Kaikōura are continuing. 

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    Rumbling heard near Ohinemutu

    Ohinemutu resident Lani Kereopa says she awoke to a rumbling sound early this morning which she believes came from the mouth of the Utuhina River which flows into Lake Rotorua.

  8. Video for New Zealand Defence Force praises efforts of Takahanga Marae
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    New Zealand Defence Force praises efforts of Takahanga Marae

    Kaikōura Māori have been praised for their tireless efforts following the earthquake which forced many locals to evacuate. New Zealand Defence Force says the support of Takahanga Marae was outstanding and should be recognised.

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    Native Affairs – Kaikōura earthquake aftermath

    From earthquake damaged homes, to Civil Defence evacuations, to Pāua salvation. Native Affairs reporter Oriini Kaipara hit the ground this week to see the impact the earthquakes have had on Kaikōura residents.

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    Native Affairs- Key addresses concerned Kaikōura business owners

    Prime Minister John Key has today addressed local Kaikōura business owners about the government response to the earthquakes which have decimated the region’s infrastructure.

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