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  1. Video for Tairāwhiti forestry manager can’t wait to get his team back to work
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    Tairāwhiti forestry manager can’t wait to get his team back to work

    #Coronavirus Trade to China on halt whilst forestry manager worried about when his laid off team can return back to mahi.

  2. Video for Hundreds of kaimahi without work for 'a few months'
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    Hundreds of kaimahi without work for 'a few months'

    Govt minister Phil Twyford will arrive in Tairāwhiti to whakarongo to the outcry impacting on forestry.  Key stakeholders and local government are prepared to do what's needed in response to kore mahi resulting from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This comes as forestry workers could be without work for a ‘few months’ before returning back to work in full force.

  3. Video for Tairāwhiti forestry advocate helps whānau affected by Coronavirus outbreak
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    Tairāwhiti forestry advocate helps whānau affected by Coronavirus outbreak

    Thirty percent of Aotearoa forestry workers are out of work due to Coronavirus. Wade Brunt, an 18 year forestry veteran, is now building a facility to support his fellow workers. Over 50 East Coast companies have been affected by the sudden drop in demand for logs, leading them to lay off many of their employees and contractors.

  4. Video for Rangitāne celebrates return of beloved Pūkaha forest
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    Rangitāne celebrates return of beloved Pūkaha forest

    Te Taperenui o Whātonga, previously known as Seventy Mile Bush, is located in the Tararua mountain range. Within this area is the Pūkaha Reserve, and today the people of Rangitāne in Tāmaki-nui-a-Rua and Wairarapa celebrated a 28-year long journey as their beloved Pūkaha forest was returned to them. 

  5. Video for One of Hawke's Bay's biggest forest fires under control
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    One of Hawke's Bay's biggest forest fires under control

    One of the biggest forest fires in Hawke's Bay is being brought under control. But emergency services say they are still not in the clear just yet with the fire between Tangoio Settlement Rd near Napier and SH2 in Wairoa. 

  6. Video for Lloyd Logging named Forestry Family of the Year for 2019
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    Lloyd Logging named Forestry Family of the Year for 2019

    A family business situated in the Far North that has a passion for providing employment opportunities in forestry to their community has been recognised for its efforts. Lloyd Logging was recently named Forestry Family of the Year at the Northland Forestry Awards,

  7. The Borneo Case

    This film intimately follows the trail of an unlikely group of activists whose aim is to investigate how profits from the illegal logging that has annihilated more than 90% of the Malaysian Borneo

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    Four confirmed dead in BOP forestry crash

    Police have confirmed the vehicles involved in the fatal crash on a private forestry road in Kaingaroa Forest today were a logging truck and a van.

  9. Video for Funding boost to future proof Waiapu
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    Funding boost to future proof Waiapu

    The One Billion Trees Fund is allocating $5 million to address key environmental issues in the Waiapu Catchment, one of the East Cape's most rapidly eroding catchments.

  10. Video for Tairāwhiti PGF announcement
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    Tairāwhiti PGF announcement

    Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones has announced that the Provincial Growth Fund is investing in projects to support Tairāwhiti medical research, wood processing and social enterprise to further enhance the region's economic potential.

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