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    Free bowel screening in Te Tairāwhiti

    Māori in the region are being urged to participate because a test could save their lives.

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    'Racism is not going to be fixed with one workshop'- Tina Ngata

    'It's the development of education and training for both councillors and staff around anti-racism, for our specific Tairāwhiti context.'

  3. Video for Tūranga iwi settlement still hasn't been reached
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    Tūranga iwi settlement still hasn't been reached

    Twenty-fve years on and no settlement reached.

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    Location of Endeavour replicas open for discussion

    Community consultation on the location on the two new replicas of Captain James Cook's ship,  Endeavour, replicas will take place this week at the Gisborne District Council, starting this evening. This follows a peaceful protest by tangata whenua and community members, who requested public consultation on what is acknowledged by the council as a contentious matter. 

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    Residents in Gisborne region urged to stay at home

    Residents in the Gisborne region have been urged to stay at home as contractors and Gisborne District Council staff continue to work to clear trees, slips and assist people across the region as the weather eases slightly after days of persistent rain.

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    Te Araroa locals warned dump would erode into Awatere River

    Gisborne District Council is urgently investigating an old council landfill site where piles of rubbish have been exposed.

  7. Video for East Coast communities will benefit from $8m investment
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    East Coast communities will benefit from $8m investment

    The historic John Heikell grandstand has been closed since May 2019 due to its condition, primarily its seismic strength. 

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    Heavy rainfall hits the East Coast

    Heavy rain has hit the East Coast of the North Island, causing surface flooding and slips along State Highway 35.

  9. Video for Tairāwhiti Arts Festival back to the future
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    Tairāwhiti Arts Festival back to the future

    The Tairāwhiti Arts Festival has found a way to connect its past with its digital future.

  10. Video for Cook statue in Tūranga vandalised yet again
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    Cook statue in Tūranga vandalised yet again

    The Captain Cook statue in Tūranga Gisborne has been vandalised yet again over the weekend, raising questions on whether or not it should be moved, following national and international movement to remove colonial statues as symbols of colonisation and oppression.  

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