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  1. Video for Protecting drinking water a priority for Kahungunu
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    Protecting drinking water a priority for Kahungunu

    Protecting drinking water was on the agenda today at the Ngāti Kahungunu Fish Hook Summit to get public confidence back in the water supply, after the gastro outbreak that saw 5000 people poisoned last year.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – Tamaki Rākau-Rau
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    Native Affairs – Tamaki Rākau-Rau

    Ngāti Whātua has been working on an ecological restoration plan in the heart of Auckland city. The public has hardly noticed the green spaces being developed but the iwi doesn't care. Their plan is to restore their lands to what they once were, and - in doing so, prepare for the future impacts - of climate change.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Sickening
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    Native Affairs – Sickening

    Ancient pipi beds near Ōpōtiki have sustained locals for around a thousand years. But they've been poisoned by E.Coli five to twenty times the acceptable levels for eating.

  4. Video for Fungi experts concerned for biodiversity in Northland
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    Fungi experts concerned for biodiversity in Northland

    Fungi experts have serious concerns for biodiversity in Northland following the arrival of myrtle rust in New Zealand.  Members of the Fungal Network have been in Northland for the past week collecting specimens with the aim of finding solutions to the diseases threatening the flora and fauna.

  5. Video for Iwi concern for the pohutukawa at Cape Reinga
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    Iwi concern for the pohutukawa at Cape Reinga

    Far North iwi have serious concerns for the sacred pohutukawa at Cape Reinga following the recent arrival of the fungal disease known at myrtle rust to our shores.

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    Fungus disease has potential to devastate industry

    It's a fungal disease with the potential to devastate native flora and the manuka honey and fruit industry.  That's the essence of a major biosecurity defensive taking place in Northland to eradicate the disease "myrtle rust" first seen last week at a Kerikeri nursery.

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    Para Kore! Plastic Free Tuesday a hit with Māori

    Plastic-Free Tuesday is a growing global movement which aims to make people conscious of their overreliance on plastics.  Participants are encouraged to avoid any plastic use on Tuesdays.  In Aotearoa, this 'Para Kore' initiative has found favour among Māori.

  8. Video for Call for new protocols on sacred sites over nude photo on Taranaki Maunga
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    Call for new protocols on sacred sites over nude photo on Taranaki Maunga

    Taranaki academic, Dr Ruakere Hond is calling on Māori to outline values and protocols for sacred Māori sites.  It follows the recent picture of a glamour model who posted a nude photo of herself at the peak of Mt Taranaki on social media.

  9. Video for Edgecumbe Primary prepared for students' return
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    Edgecumbe Primary prepared for students' return

    Edgecumbe Primary has around 200 students on its roll and an estimated 90% of those students live in the flood zone.

  10. Video for Kaumātua blames local farms for Waiotahe pipi bed pollution
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    Kaumātua blames local farms for Waiotahe pipi bed pollution

    Te Upokorehe, an iwi in the Bay of Plenty District, is devastated the Waiotahe pipi beds are polluted with e-coli bacteria. 

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