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    Ngāi Tahu Tourism goes electric

    One of New Zealand’s leading tourism operators, Ngāi Tahu Tourism, will adopt electric vehicle chargers at some of its businesses, helping to expand the national EV charging network.

  2. Video for Youth group seeks to empower rangatahi to tackle serious issues
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    Youth group seeks to empower rangatahi to tackle serious issues

    A youth collective that promotes international peace wants to empower youth to address the big issues facing their generation. The International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) and Rangi Whakaaio are helping youth speak up to instigate change.

  3. Video for Wellington snorkel days to encourage kaitiakitanga
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    Wellington snorkel days to encourage kaitiakitanga

    Mountains to Sea Wellington is helping people take the plunge to learn about marine conservation by snorkelling marine reserves. The group is also building up young kids to be the next generation of ocean guardians.

  4. Video for Kids trade tech for treasure hunt at Kaitoke Regional Park
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    Kids trade tech for treasure hunt at Kaitoke Regional Park

    More than 400 people traded technology for a treasure hunt in Wellington's Kaitoke Regional Park at the weekend where they learned about the environment and water conservation.

  5. Video for Zealandia's Tākahe chick starts solid foods and explores surroundings
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    Zealandia's Tākahe chick starts solid foods and explores surroundings

    Zealandia Eco sanctuary's rare Tākahe chick is kicking off the New Year with a new diet as it continues to grow. The chick is now out and about exploring its environment.

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    Member's bill to increase littering penalties to $1000

    As the holiday season dies down, local councils are left to do the clean-up. But a new member's bill aims to change litterbug attitudes by lifting infringement fines.

  7. Video for Wellington Dive volunteers take on Ghost-fishing problem  
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    Wellington Dive volunteers take on Ghost-fishing problem  

    A group of volunteer scuba divers are removing up to a tonne of waste each month from Wellington's sea shores. Ghost Fishing NZ Director Rob Wilson says every little bit counts when it comes to ensuring the survival of marine life.

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    Whānau swimming in remote areas urged to take extra care

    Whānau spending time away at their hau kāinga over summer are urged to take extra care when swimming the nearby remote beaches and rivers.

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    Damage to graves at Taihape Cemetery prompts rabbit cull

    The Rangitikei District Council is set to undertake a cull of the rabbit population within Taihape Cemetery to reduce the numbers of the pest.

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    Single-use plastic bags no longer available in NZ supermarkets

    Single-use plastic bags are no longer available at any major supermarkets in New Zealand after Foodstuffs’ operations stopped supplying the bags today.

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