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  1. Video for Tūranga Health empowers community through DIY
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    Tūranga Health empowers community through DIY

    As the winter chill approaches, an iwi-based organisation, Tūranga Health on the East Coast, is teaching families in rural communities the DIY skills they need to improve and future-proof their own homes.

  2. Video for A monument to Māori exploration planned for site of Cook's landing
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    A monument to Māori exploration planned for site of Cook's landing

    A new monument is being built at the Puhi Kai Iti site in Gisborne, also known as 'Cook's landing site', to acknowledge 1,000 years of Māori navigation to Aotearoa.  The development will coincide with the Tuia - Encounters 250 programme by the Ministry of Culture and Heritage, which will commemorate 250 years since the arrival of Cook.

  3. Video for Creating art with substance
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    Creating art with substance

    Should mortuary waste be separated from the main treated effluent flow? Te Ao Māori News hears from Māori artist Christie Tawhai Patumaka who is raising awareness around the issue.

  4. Video for Veteran waveskiing on a wave of good health
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    Veteran waveskiing on a wave of good health

    Steve Gibbs of Ngāi Tāmanuhiri has been crowned veteran champion at the NZ Open Waveskii Surfing Titles for 2019 in Gisborne. The two-time world champion says waveskiing is a way to maintain a healthy lifestyle and stay active while advancing in years.

  5. Video for Artists challenge commemoration of Captain Cook's 'discovery' of NZ
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    Artists challenge commemoration of Captain Cook's 'discovery' of NZ

    A cohort of Māori artists is opposing Tuia 250, which commemorates the first contact between Māori and Europeans. The exhibition, 'He Tirohanga ki Tai - Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery', will be exhibited in New York, in conjunction with the UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues.

  6. Video for Man threatens WINZ staff with "Ashburton part two"
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    Man threatens WINZ staff with "Ashburton part two"

    A Gisborne man has pleaded guilty to threatening Work and Income staff, making reference to the fatal shooting of WINZ staff members in Ashburton.

  7. Video for Retiring Māori speaking mayor says te reo available to all
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    Retiring Māori speaking mayor says te reo available to all

    After 24 years in local government, Gisborne mayor Meng Foon has announced this will be his final term.  Foon leaves as the only fluent reo Māori-speaking mayor in New Zealand.

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    Māori Media Shift- Tūranga FM

    Matai Smith, station manager at Tūranga FM, talks about how the station is responding to changes in the media landscape. 

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    Dual name for Tūranganui-a-Kiwa / Poverty Bay approved

    BREAKING: Poverty Bay’s name is 'richer' with the inclusion of Te Reo in the new name of “Tūranganui-a-Kiwa / Poverty Bay” Minister for Land Information Eugenie Sage announced today.

  10. Video for Water restrictions are in place in Gisborne
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    Water restrictions are in place in Gisborne

    Gisborne residents are being encouraged to restrict water use following a burst pipe that's the main town water supply.

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