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    NZ's largest mainland sanctuary funded $1.4mil

    Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari has received funding to protect some of the county’s most threatened species.

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    Police receive criticism after cannabis spraying incident

    Waikato Police officers have received criticism after a video of officers conducting a spraying operation from a Coromandel beach went viral on Facebook.

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    The festival with a point of difference

    The longest-running festival in New Zealand aims for 100% zero-waste, setting a precedent for other festivals in the country.  Splore celebrates its 20th birthday this weekend.

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    Severe weather watch as Cyclone Gita heads 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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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