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  1. Video for Documentary series on Ihumātao land protest wins top award
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    Documentary series on Ihumātao land protest wins top award

    Qiane Matata-Sipu has won an award at the NZ Geographic Photographer of the Year Awards for her six-image social documentary series about the land protest in Ihumātao.

  2. Video for "We will continue to prepare for a mass human occupation”
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    "We will continue to prepare for a mass human occupation”

    Hundreds of people turned out to show support for Save our Unique Landscape's (SOUL) occupation of land at Ihumatao in South Auckland. This comes ahead of an environmental court hearing with Fletcher Building who look to develop residential housing on the land and deliver what they say is much needed housing on this site in Auckland.

  3. Video for Take a stand on the land event in Ihumātao tomorrow
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    Take a stand on the land event in Ihumātao tomorrow

    Mana whenua and local supporters of SOUL will take a stand at Ihumātao tomorrow, reinforcing their opposition to Fletcher’s plans to build on their land.

  4. Video for Ihumātao land campaigners head back to United Nations
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    Ihumātao land campaigners head back to United Nations

    The campaign group Save our Unique Landscape (SOUL) from South Auckland have returned to the United Nations in Geneva for a third time to protest a Fletchers Residential development at Ihumātao.

  5. Video for Dame Nganeko Minhinnick's kaitiaki legacy lives on
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    Dame Nganeko Minhinnick's kaitiaki legacy lives on

    Hundreds gathered at Waiuku's Tahuna Marae, south of Auckland, for the burial service of environmental champion Dame Nganeko Minhinnick. The trail blazer in environmental legislation reform was laid to rest in her ancestral marae cemetery, beside the waters she advocated for, the Manukau Harbour.

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    Protect Ihumātao campaigners return to Aotearoa today

    Protect Ihumātao campaigners, Pania Newton and Delwyn Roberts will return to Aotearoa today after attending the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York. 

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