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  1. Video for Gisborne District Councillor accused of racist remarks named
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    Gisborne District Councillor accused of racist remarks named

    The name of the Gisborne District Councillor alleged to have said "not enough" local Māori were killed at Captain Cook's arrival has officially been released.  

  2. Video for Gisborne councillor's explanation 'rubbish' - Akuhata-Brown
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    Gisborne councillor's explanation 'rubbish'- Akuhata-Brown

    Gisborne District Councillor Meredith Akuhata-Brown is rubbishing the explanation provided by her colleague who allegedly said "not enough" local Māori were killed on Captain Cook's arrival in Aotearoa.  

  3. Video for Wildlife at risk due to river pollution
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    Wildlife at risk due to river pollution

    The pollution of Gisbourne's three rivers with human waste is an ongoing issue for locals in the region.  Local man Mātahi Brightwell says he is witnessing a collapsing ecosystem. 

  4. Video for Who has rights to freshwater?
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    Who has rights to freshwater?

    The Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust is objecting to resource consents applied for the by Gisborne District Council regarding the use of water in the region. 

  5. Video for Life-changing drivers' licence programme in high demand
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    Life-changing drivers' licence programme in high demand

    Tairawhiti REAP has become so popular that it's looking for funding to expand.

  6. Video for Gisborne says no to plastic bags with 24-hr 'bagathon' event
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    Gisborne says no to plastic bags with 24-hr 'bagathon' event

    Community group Ka Pai Kaiti in Gisborne has become a 'Para Kore' organisation and is starting their journey with a 24-hour 'bagathon' event tomorrow, aiming to sew 400 reusable shopping bags.

  7. Video for Tolaga Bay locals & forestry companies to meet over flood clean-up
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    Tolaga Bay locals & forestry companies to meet over flood clean-up

    The Gisborne District Council will meet with the Tolaga Bay community and forestry companies today to discuss the post-flood clean-up. 

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    Slash affects East Coast seafood stocks- Kaumatua

    East Coast locals are angry that pine-slash still blankets beaches after flooding and severe rainfall hit the region this month. Locals say washed up seafood has died after becoming trapped in the debris severely affecting stocks which many use to feed their families.

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    Gisborne grateful for govt assistance

    Much needed financial support was announced by Ministers Damien O'Connor and Meka Whaitiri this morning following the devastating weather conditions that caused widespread havoc to parts of the East Coast region last week and this week.

  10. Video for Gisborne basketball enjoy a win on finals day
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    Gisborne basketball enjoy a win on finals day

    North Shore Events Centre has seen many young basketball players at the national U19 basketball championships this weekend. 

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