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    Hawke's Bay adaptive waka ama team to represent NZ

    A Hawke’s Bay based waka ama team hopes to come out on top in the upcoming world championship in the Gold Coast, Australia.

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    Police release name of forestry worker killed in Hawke's Bay

    Police have just released the name of the forestry worker who died after a tree fell on him in Northern Hawke's Bay yesterday. He was Blair David Palmer, 53 of Napier. 

  3. Video for Hawke's Bay's Big Easy continues despite the rain
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    Hawke's Bay's Big Easy continues despite the rain

    The Big Easy became the 'big wet' today, as around 1300 people braved the wet conditions and soldiered on through the rain. The event covers a cycle trail through almost 50km of the best of Hawke's Bay scenery.

  4. Video for Fishery guardians plea for support
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    Fishery guardians plea for support

    The Kahungunu ki Te Matau a Māui Chairman is speaking out about the lack of support the Ministry of Primary Industries gives to its Tangata Kaitiaki. Saying they are severely under-resourced to do their job effectively. 

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    Historic agreement signed between Maungaharuru-Tangitū Trust and HBRC

    Working together to enhance the Te Wai-o-Hingāna, Arapawanui, Waipātiki and Te Ngārue catchments is the aim of an historic agreement between Maungaharuru-Tangitū Trust and the Hawke's Bay Regional Council.

  6. Video for Life-long lessons learnt at Te Ara Kairangi youth leadership camp
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    Life-long lessons learnt at Te Ara Kairangi youth leadership camp

    Just over two years on since its Treaty settlement, Maungaharuru Tangitu Trust in Hawke's Bay has held its first youth leadership camp, Te Ara Kairangi.  It's a programme designed to develop strong leaders for a capable hapū of the future.

  7. Video for  My Town Series - Isolated Hawkes Bay community brings Māori & European together
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    My Town Series- Isolated Hawkes Bay community brings Māori & European together

    In the southernmost part of Hawke's Bay, the small coastal township of Porangahau is home to the longest place name in the country.

  8. Video for Xmas cheer for Napier’s homeless
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    Xmas cheer for Napier’s homeless

    Streets around Clive Square in Napier were shut down today to host more than 300 people in a special alfresco Christmas dinner.

  9. Video for High risk offenders offered a second chance at learning Te Reo Māori
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    High risk offenders offered a second chance at learning Te Reo Māori

    Today the doors of the high security unit in the Hawke's Bay Regional Prison were opened to family for a Te Reo Māori graduation. A unique opportunity for dangerous offenders to further their education.

  10. Video for Māori innovators use hemp as sustainable building material
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    Māori innovators use hemp as sustainable building material

    The East Coast Hemp Organisation (ECHO), is a company launched by four young Māori innovators based in Hawke's Bay that are turning hemp into sustainable houses of the future.

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