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    Taiātea- Gathering of Oceans event at Auckland Museum

    Taiatea – Gathering of Oceans is the final event of a week-long wānanga and series of workshops co-hosted by Ngati Kuri and Auckland Museum.   The event, planned for Monday March 11, brings together indigenous communities from around the Pacific and Aotearoa involved in protecting large areas of Moana-Nui-a-Kiwa.

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    Ngāti Kurī addresses threats to marine environment

    The Northland iwi is stepping up by organising a week-long event to address threats made to the marine environment.

  3. Video for Rāhui at Mermaid Pools to "restore the mauri"

    Rāhui at Mermaid Pools to "restore the mauri"

    Te Whānau a Rangiwhakaahu are preparing to put a rāhui on one of New Zealand's premiere tourist spots - the Mermaid Pools.

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    Nelson fires: Wakefield residents allowed to return home

    Police are supporting the return of evacuated Wakefield residents but say that residential areas of Wakefield will remain closed to everyone except residents until 7am tomorrow morning.

  5. Video for Govt pledges relief for Nelson fires

    Govt pledges relief for Nelson fires

    The government has pledged an initial $20,000 in relief funds for those affected by the Nelson fires.  So far more than 180 properties have been evacuated.

  6. Video for Townsville floods - Māori resident's plea for help

    Townsville floods- Māori resident's plea for help

    Gwenevere Jorgensen (Ngāti Raukawa) says whānau affected by the floods are in desperate need of help as flood waters continue to rise.

  7. Video for Coastal marae at risk of rising sea levels

    Coastal marae at risk of rising sea levels

    A Ngati Porou kaitiaki says she is not surprised at the findings of a local government report that shows rising seas putting $14bil worth of council-owned assets at risk.  However, Tui Warmenhoven says coastal marae are at risk too and this could have severe cultural impacts.

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    Heatwave- Māori Climate Commissioner urges action

    Māori Climate Commissioner Donna Awatere Huata says the heatwave that is currently suffocating New Zealand provides a grim view of our possible climate change future.

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    Construction site kea killer convicted

    Stephen Frost, 46, was sentenced today in the Nelson District Court to 150 hours of community work on charges of unlawfully killing the kea, breaching the Wildlife Act 1953.

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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.

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