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  1. Video for Gambling businesses continue but no provider to help whānau
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    Gambling businesses continue but no provider to help whānau

    A former employee has broken her silence after the only gambling harm service provider in Gisborne was terminated by the Ministry of Health, raising concerns around the decision to prevent the service from intercepting local businesses taking millions of dollars from whānau.   

  2. Video for Tairāwhiti forestry manager can’t wait to get his team back to work
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    Tairāwhiti forestry manager can’t wait to get his team back to work

    #Coronavirus Trade to China on halt whilst forestry manager worried about when his laid off team can return back to mahi.

  3. Video for Gisborne tsunami evacuation routes launched
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    Gisborne tsunami evacuation routes launched

    The Gisborne District Council has launched its city evacuation routes and tsunami inundation modelling for the region to ensure its residents are prepared for a possible tsunami. 

  4. Video for Hundreds of kaimahi without work for 'a few months'
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    Hundreds of kaimahi without work for 'a few months'

    Govt minister Phil Twyford will arrive in Tairāwhiti to whakarongo to the outcry impacting on forestry.  Key stakeholders and local government are prepared to do what's needed in response to kore mahi resulting from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This comes as forestry workers could be without work for a ‘few months’ before returning back to work in full force.

  5. Video for Tairāwhiti forestry advocate helps whānau affected by Coronavirus outbreak
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    Tairāwhiti forestry advocate helps whānau affected by Coronavirus outbreak

    Thirty percent of Aotearoa forestry workers are out of work due to Coronavirus. Wade Brunt, an 18 year forestry veteran, is now building a facility to support his fellow workers. Over 50 East Coast companies have been affected by the sudden drop in demand for logs, leading them to lay off many of their employees and contractors.

  6. Video for 60,000 native rākau planted on Titirangi Maunga/Kaitī Hill
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    60,000 native rākau planted on Titirangi Maunga/Kaitī Hill

    More than 60,000 native rakau have been planted on Titirangi Maunga/Kaitī Hill to reinstate its mana back to the time of the ancestor and tohunga horticulturalist Te Maro.

  7. Video for Blue Marlin weighing 273.75 kg wins Gisborne’s biggest fishing comp
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    Blue Marlin weighing 273.75 kg wins Gisborne’s biggest fishing comp

    Two brothers from Hawke's Bay have dominated the biggest fishing competition in Gisborne, catching a Blue Marlin and a Striped Marlin heavier than their competitors and collecting $10,000 in prize money.

  8. Video for Te Aitanga a Māhaki history remembered with new 7m pou
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    Te Aitanga a Māhaki history remembered with new 7m pou

    A Māori artist unveils his free-standing two-storey pou on State Highway 2 to recognise the history of Te Aitanga a Māhaki as travellers enter into the heart of Tairāwhiti.

  9. Video for Kura teachers' tsunami plan: “Sit on rooftops and wait”
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    Kura teachers' tsunami plan: “Sit on rooftops and wait”

    A Gisborne kura kaupapa teacher is saying that should a tsunami hit their school, their only option is to sit on top of their classrooms and wait for the water to subside.

  10. Video for Coronavirus: Gisborne exports work on contingency plans
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    Coronavirus: Gisborne exports work on contingency plans

    Ngāti Porou Seafoods Group could be returning their live lobster catch intended for the China market to the ocean after a halt in export demands following the mysterious coronavirus. The challenges of the deadly virus have been felt in the Gisborne region, in the export of lobsters, horticulture, fisheries and now logging.

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