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  1. Video for Māori fisheries and govt move to protect Māui dolphin
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    Māori fisheries and govt move to protect Māui dolphin

    Commercial fishing vessels will be required to operate with on-board cameras by the end of the year in an attempt to save the rare Māui dolphin population, and Māori are playing their part in helping to protect the endangered mammals.

  2. Video for Govt affirms mana moana of Ngāti Porou hapū
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    Govt affirms mana moana of Ngāti Porou hapū

    Landmark legislation has been passed with the third reading of the Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill at parliament Thursday.

  3. Video for Māori input essential for NZ marine conservation - US Professor
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    Māori input essential for NZ marine conservation- US Professor

    An American Professor of Environmental Management says Aotearoa could lead the world in marine conservation if there is strong Māori involvement.

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    Iwi want law change to commercially farm trout

    Central North Island iwi are calling for a law change to commercially farm trout.  Aotearoa is the only country in the world where it is illegal to buy or sell the fish and an iwi leader says the outdated law is locking them out of a lucrative business.

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    Moana NZ workers strike for living wage

    Fisheries workers at the country's largest iwi-owned fishing company, Moana New Zealand, are taking strike action today and demanding to be paid the living wage.

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    Hawke's Bay seafood company fined $62K

    A ban from fishing for three years and a fine of $62,000 is the result of a former Hawke's Bay seafood company's failure to report more than 200 kilograms of crayfish.

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    Māori Fisheries Conference 2019 announced

    The Māori Fisheries Conference is in its eighth consecutive year and has become the pre-eminent hui in fisheries for Iwi and Māori fishing interests.

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    Commercial fishery fined more than $1mil

    A Napier commercial fishing company, its directors and general manager have been fined a total of more than $1mil for the sustained under-reporting of bluenose.

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    Checking crayfish pots to ensure sustainable fishing

    Fisheries officers are encouraging people who fish to check the regulations for crayfish pots.  MPI chief fisheries officer in Te Tairāwhiti, Richard Ratapu says they confiscate 10 crayfish pots a month on average because they aren't in line with regulations.

  10. Video for Fisheries Officers are urging seafood gatherers not to be greedy
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    Fisheries Officers are urging seafood gatherers not to be greedy

    Don't go over the limit, that's the message from Fisheries New Zealand who are encouraging those diving for seafood in the middle of summer to follow regulations and ensure stocks aren't depleted.

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