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  1. Video for Severe weather watch as Cyclone Gita head to NZ
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    Severe weather watch as Cyclone Gita head to NZ

    Civil Defence is warning people to prepare for Cyclone Gita which is forecast to hit the West Coast late tonight.

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    Te Waikoropupū Springs under threat

    Forest & Bird is urging New Zealanders to support an application by local Māori for a Water Conservation Order over Te Waikoropupū Springs in Golden Bay.

  3. Video for Whenua Warrior connecting communities to plant gardens
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    Whenua Warrior connecting communities to plant gardens

    A gardening expert is calling on all earth warriors to get in behind her to plant community gardens around Auckland.

  4. Video for Te Arawa propose by-law to protect treasured fish species
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    Te Arawa propose by-law to protect treasured fish species

    The protection of freshwater fish species and Te Arawa fishing practices are the key focus of proposed by-laws covering 13 Rotorua lakes. Te Arawa Lakes Trust chairman Sir Toby Curtis says treasured fish species of the region are endangered and need to be regenerated.

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    Beekeeper devastated after death of more than 100,000 bees

    A South Island beekeeper is devastated after losing more than 100,000 bees at his farm in Murchison, Nelson, after a suspected wasp poisoning incident.

  6. Video for Health officials say steer clear of waterways post-heavy rain
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    Health officials say steer clear of waterways post-heavy rain

    Health officials in the Bay of Plenty are warning people drying out after the heavy rain last week to exercise caution about rushing out for a swim as there are potential health risks associated with contaminated recreational water.

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    Ngāti Porou man walks 2000km for protection of NZ waterways

    A Ngāti Porou man has walked more than 2000km from the top of New Zealand to the bottom to rally the public regarding the deteriorating state of the country’s waterways.

  8. Video for Mike Smith urges Māori to address Climate Change
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    Mike Smith urges Māori to address Climate Change

    Environmentalist Mike Smith is urging Māori living or working in coastal and river areas to start addressing the impacts and risks of climate change seriously. 

  9. Video for Storm devastates Waiwaha wharekai in Rotorua
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    Storm devastates Waiwaha wharekai in Rotorua

    Ngāti Pāruaharanui of Te Arawa are upset at the damage caused to their dining hall, Waiwaha, by the storm earlier this week. The iwi recently held a prayer service as they considered how to repair the damage.

  10. Video for Waikato river marae to trial first nitrate wireless sensor
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    Waikato river marae to trial first nitrate wireless sensor

    In a first, a scientific research charitable business is working with a Waikato marae to release a wireless sensor that measures nitrate levels in rivers. Lead project researcher Dr Leonie Jones says it will give local iwi the tools to care for their ancestral Waikato river.

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