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    Rangitāiki River catchment programme approved by Council

    Last week, a new programme to protect and enhance the Rangitāiki River and its catchment was approved by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council's Regional Direction and Delivery Committee. 

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    Green Party says Govt's refusal to set up WoF for homes is making kids sick

    The Green Party has come out and said that the Government's refusal to set minimum warrant of fitness standards for rental homes is causing New Zealand children to get sick.

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    Māori and Pacific students set to help rebuild Vanuatu

    Seven Māori and Pacific students enrolled in the EIT trades programmes are preparing for what will be the trip of a lifetime.

  4. Video for Iwi Leaders push for marae to have access to clean drinking water
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    Iwi Leaders push for marae to have access to clean drinking water

    With water quality being a serious topic across the country, the Iwi Leaders Group is pushing for a solution to ensure that all marae across the country have access to fresh, clean drinking water. 

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    EPA Amendment narrowly passes first reading

    Labour MP Meka Whaitiri is at the forefront of the Environmental Protection Authority Amendment Bill which narrowly passed its first reading last night with the support of the Māori Party and United Future.

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    LGNZ supports request for compulsory levy on plastic shopping bags

    Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) has voted in favour of a request to Government to impose a compulsory levy on plastic shopping bags at point of sale. 

  7. Video for Hapū angry over sale of Porotī spring water to China
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    Hapū angry over sale of Porotī spring water to China

    While the ownership of water is yet to be determined, local government is allowing it to be sold commercially overseas. 

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    Environmental Protection Society calls for Independent Inquiry into MPI

    The Northland Environmental Protection Society has called for an independent inquiry by the Auditor General into the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and Customs.

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    Temperature records broken throughout NZ

    This month's freezing weather has eventuated in many temperature records around New Zealand. 

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    Should genetically-engineered trees be planted in NZ forests?

    Should genetically-engineered trees be planted in New Zealand forests?  That's one of the debates to emerge as the government moves to make changes to the National Environmental Standards on Plantation Forestry. 

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