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  1. Video for Free vege gardens destined for Rotorua whānau and kindergartens
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    Free vege gardens destined for Rotorua whānau and kindergartens

    Fifty-eight Rotorua families and eight local kindergartens are to be given free vegetable gardens and will be taught to grow their own food.  Te Kāea talks to Te Rangikaheke Kiripatea who has been a key figure in making this happen.

  2. Video for Ancestral kumara gardens replanted on Matakohe Island
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    Ancestral kumara gardens replanted on Matakohe Island

    To Northland, where it's estimated that over 150 years have passed since massive kūmara gardens on Matakohe Island flourished during the time of the chief Te Ihi-o-te-Rangi. Today the people of Te Parawhau and supporters returned to Matakohe to begin replanting the kūmara gardens of their chiefly ancestor.

  3. Video for Puha - the unsung hero of superfoods
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    Puha- the unsung hero of superfoods

    Horticulture student's research proves puha, a weed commonly known as sow thistle has health and medicinal qualities outweighing many other green vegetables.

  4. Video for Wai-a-Ariki Food Forest in Onerahi receives award
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    Wai-a-Ariki Food Forest in Onerahi receives award

    A community initiative in Onerahi called the Wai-a-Ariki Food Forest has received an award for returning to indigenous practices of land use.

  5. Video for Inmates giving back through Te Huarahi Oranga project
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    Inmates giving back through Te Huarahi Oranga project

    Inmates at Auckland's Correctional Facility for Women are being rehabilitated through a horticulture project called Te Huarahi o Te Oranga.  It's not only inmates who benefit from the programme, but also families in need.

  6. Video for Inmates vege garden flourishes at Paremoremo
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    Inmates vege garden flourishes at Paremoremo

    Prisoners at Paremoremo near Auckland are benefiting from vegetable garden flourishing at the prison. The produce is shared with community groups in the area.

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    Man caught red-handed smuggling plants in underpants

    A man is facing prosecution after attempting to smuggle plants into the country which was found hidden in his underpants.

  8. Māori growers strong voice in kiwifruit industry - Photo / file
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    Māori growers a strong voice in kiwifruit industry referendum

    A record number of Māori growers participated in the grower referendum for the Kiwifruit Industry Strategy Project (KISP) and Te Awanui Huka Pak is praising their efforts.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Garden Of Owen
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    Native Affairs- Garden Of Owen

    This special story shows what's possible when one man dares to dream.

  10. Video for Te Awanui Huka Pak targets million-dollar European fruit market
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    Te Awanui Huka Pak targets million-dollar European fruit market

    A group of Māori kiwifruit growers are looking to get a slice of the million-dollar European fruit market in the New Year.

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