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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Alpine water for sale
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    Native Affairs – Alpine water for sale

    Haast locals on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island are divided over plans to build a fresh water pipeline in the district.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – Selling our water - 427 million litres at $943
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    Native Affairs – Selling our water- 427 million litres at $943

    A South Island iwi hope their freshwater spring will gain environmental protection after a local council granted a water bottling company consent to take 208 million litres a year for $470.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – A warning to Tongariro tourists
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    Native Affairs – A warning to Tongariro tourists

    A warning to Tongariro National Park users change is coming.

  4. Video for Seabed mining petition goes to select committee
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    Seabed mining petition goes to select committee

    The issue to place a moratorium on seabed mining has once again made it to Parliament.

  5. Video for Reports of Evolution Minings' withdrawal from Northland premature
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    Reports of Evolution Minings' withdrawal from Northland premature

    Despite reports of the Evolution Mining Company's withdrawal from Puhipuhi, their New Zealand manager (Jackie Hobbins) has told Te Kāea that celebrations in the anti-mining lobby are premature.

  6. Video for Dame Nganeko Minhinnick's kaitiaki legacy lives on
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    Dame Nganeko Minhinnick's kaitiaki legacy lives on

    Hundreds gathered at Waiuku's Tahuna Marae, south of Auckland, for the burial service of environmental champion Dame Nganeko Minhinnick. The trail blazer in environmental legislation reform was laid to rest in her ancestral marae cemetery, beside the waters she advocated for, the Manukau Harbour.

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    Native tree giveaway to celebrate Matariki

    As we draw closer to Matariki, a new initiative will offer community groups, schools and non-profit organisations the opportunity to win native trees to use for local conservation projects. 

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    Helping Kororā flourish through kaitiakitanga

    A Massey University scientist is making it his goal to help the world's smallest penguin flourish again around our coastline. Professor John Cockrem is leading the project, he says is inspired by the Māori concept of Kaitiakitanga. 

  9. Video for Ngāti Te Ata champion lays at beloved Tahuna marae
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    Ngāti Te Ata champion lays at beloved Tahuna marae

    Dame Nganeko Minhinnick, who led environmental stewardship and kaitiakitanga in the Auckland and Waikato region, has finally returned to Tahuna Marae to be mourned by her people of Ngāti Te Ata and Waikato.

  10. Video for Ngāti Hau plan to return their river to its natural course
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    Ngāti Hau plan to return their river to its natural course

    Returning the Waima river to its original course is a long-held wish of the people of Ngāti Hau in Whakapara.  But that distant goal is now a lot closer to being achieved with the support of Fonterra and the Department of Conservations' Living Waters programme.

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