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  1. Video for $600,000 oil spill response vessel named after the late Te Awanuiārangi Black
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    $600,000 oil spill response vessel named after the late Te Awanuiārangi Black

    An oil spill response vessel has been named after Māori Leader, the late Te Awanuiārangi Black, in honour of his legacy. Black passed away last year after winning re-election to the Tauranga City council Mauao seat.

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    Runanga document outlines expectations of oil and gas explorers

    Kāti Huirapa Rūnaka ki Puketeraki and Te Rūnanga o Ōtākou have developed a new document that outlines their expectations of on-shore and off-shore oil and gas explorers in their region.

  3. Video for Canada's Supreme Court says no to oil company
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    Canada's Supreme Court says no to oil company

    The Supreme Court of Canada has over ruled oil and gas exploration off the coast of an isolated Inuit Hamlet in Northern Canada.

  4. Video for New Greenpeace doco gives new insight on farming
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    New Greenpeace doco gives new insight on farming

    Greenpeace wants the Government to rethink the way that farmers farm.  In a documentary released today, The Regenerators, Greenpeace has some answers.

  5. Video for Photography exhibition seeks environmental action
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    Photography exhibition seeks environmental action

    A new photography exhibition by Ngāti Porou's Natalie Robertson talks to the importance of freshwater planting to maintain the life force of waterways. He Wai Mou! He Wai Mau! spans the Waiapu at the East Coast and Mangere's Tararata stream.

  6. Video for Petition hopes to axe Blue Springs’ proposal
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    Petition hopes to axe Blue Springs’ proposal

    Over 39,000 people have signed a petition urging the Waikato Regional Council to reject an application for water extraction from the Putaruru Blue Springs in the Waihou river. 

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Who to trust?
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    Native Affairs- Who to trust?

    A new $4.5 million marae should have united a Taranaki hapū. But the project has been scrapped amid allegations of missing funds, dividing whānau and causing a recent confrontation involving the police.

  8. Video for Hundreds of hapū protect their rights under the customary marine title
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    Hundreds of hapū protect their rights under the customary marine title

    A wave of iwi and hapū applications for the customary marine title is threatening to swamp government and court authorities trying to process them. The deadline for applications under the Marine and Coastal Area Act of 2011 was April 3, leading to a rush of filings from groups seeking to protect their rights.

  9. Video for  Crown's actions contributed to the pollution of Lake Horowhenua and Hōkio stream
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    Crown's actions contributed to the pollution of Lake Horowhenua and Hōkio stream

    Manawatu iwi Muaūpoko celebrates a landmark occasion today following findings from the Waitangi Tribunal that the Crown's actions contributed to the pollution of Lake Horowhenua and Hōkio stream.

  10. Video for Crayfish regulations wanted for Kaikōura fishing charters
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    Crayfish regulations wanted for Kaikōura fishing charters

    A local conservationist has submitted a proposal to the government to stop the depletion of the crayfish population in Kaikōura.

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