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  1. Video for Tairawhiti 2020 succession plan in film
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    Tairawhiti 2020 succession plan in film

    Films will be told in true coastie style in the wake of an action plan by leading Māori film makers to develop the voice of the kainga. 

  2. Video for Gisborne tsunami plan to save innocent lives
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    Gisborne tsunami plan to save innocent lives

    An evacuation plan is on the cards to alert Gisborne whānau to evacuate in the event of a tsunami that could kill thousands.

  3. Video for Police to conduct review of investigation into missing mum
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    Police to conduct review of investigation into missing mum

    Police have confirmed they will now review their investigation into the disappearance of missing mum Jamie Kaiwai. The 27-year-old was last seen in Tolaga Bay (Uawa) in October 2019.

  4. Video for Rongowhakaata tsunami plan will save their most vulnerable whānau
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    Rongowhakaata tsunami plan will save their most vulnerable whānau

    Rongowhakaata have identified holes in the current emergency plans for the rohe. Current procedures do not have evacuation steps in place for kaumātua who live outside of cell-phone coverage and our hauā community.   To address this take, Tairawhiti iwi want to create an emergency protocol in the wake of Gisborne District Council’s tsunami report. Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust chair Moera Brown told Te Āo Māori News that two marae, Whakatō and Manutuke will be open to whanau when disasters come, “It’s just a matter of ensuring to give that support to the particular marae in respect of providing that service and resource.”  

  5. Video for Tuia 250 welcomed to Māhia in style with kaimoana, waiata and waka tours
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    Tuia 250 welcomed to Māhia in style with kaimoana, waiata and waka tours

    As part of the festival Tuia Mai Tawhiti, Rongomaiwahine treated manuhiri, who had taken part in the voyage, by preparing an abundance of kaimoana, such as kina and mussel fritters to eat on arrival, as well as live music and tours of all waka for tamariki and whānau in Te Māhia.

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    Ngāti Porou boxing gym developing future international champions

    Gisborne City Hit Pit Boxing Club may be small but it’s fierce in building champions. Ngāti Porou athletes Alhaji Sheriff, 16, and Tawhiri Toheriri-Hallet, 19, are training hard to represent New Zealand on the international stage. 

  7. Video for Poverty and rangatahi major concerns in Tairāwhiti
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    Poverty and rangatahi major concerns in Tairāwhiti

    Combating poverty and supporting rangatahi are two areas community leaders in Te Tairāwhiti want to see better supported, and a community trust is hoping to help make this happen by providing funding assistance.

  8. Video for The men behind the steel
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    The men behind the steel

    There's been a rise in Māori artists creating sculptures using steel instead of traditional wooden carving and these are the men helping to build them.

  9. Video for New project to develop Māori-owned land in Gisborne expected to bring $60m in revenue
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    New project to develop Māori-owned land in Gisborne expected to bring $60m in revenue

    A new project Turanga Whenua, Turanga Tangata developing Māori land in the Gisborne area is planned to bring millions of dollars of revenue to the rohe.

  10. Video for "Leave your ideas up north" - Hicks Bay whānau say to Shane Jones
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    "Leave your ideas up north"- Hicks Bay whānau say to Shane Jones

    Whānau in Wharekahika are fighting against the government’s proposal to build a port to barge logs out of Hicks Bay in Te Tairāwhiti.

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