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    Waihi mine deceased named

    The man who died at a Waihi mine last night can now be named. Tipiwai Stainton, a 29-year-old male from Western Bay of Plenty, died following a workplace accident at OceanaGold Mine, Waihi last night.

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    Largest ever oil and gas block offer announced today

    The largest ever oil and gas block offer was announced today, including 2,600 km2 in the Maui’s dolphin sanctuary.

  3. Video for Quarry owners dispute location of Pā site
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    Quarry owners dispute location of Pā site

    The family who owns a former quarry in Waikato dispute the claim, their quarry sits on the site of a historic pā.   Dr Don Stewart is preparing a submission to Heritage New Zealand to strengthen their application for resource consent to re-open their Pukeatua quarry.

  4. Video for Iwi dispute re-opening of Puketapu quarry
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    Iwi dispute re-opening of Puketapu quarry

    Waikato and Maniapoto iwi groups are opposing a consent application to re-open the Pukeatua quarry.  Sonny Karena (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Haua) says local iwi are concerned about their old Hangahanga Pā site within the quarry.

  5. Video for Far North iwi claim Statoil's consultation with iwi is fake
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    Far North iwi claim Statoil's consultation with iwi is fake

    There is growing support in the Far North for a planned protest at a meeting of Statoil executives.  They're scheduled to meet with the Northland Regional Council in Whangarei on Friday morning as a requirement of their permit to explore the seabed for oil.

  6. Video for Families of those killed at work fight to tighten Health and Safety Bill
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    Families of those killed at work fight to tighten Health and Safety Bill

    Grieving families of loved ones killed at work say they will continue their quest to tighten up the Health and Safety Bill, even though it's likely to pass in the House tonight. 

  7. Video for Sapmi leaders tell Statoil to stop trampling on Māori rights
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    Sapmi leaders tell Statoil to stop trampling on Māori rights

    Leaders of the Sápmi nation in Norway have told directors of the Statoil company not to trample on the indigenous rights of Māori. 

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    Taikaha delegation prepare to confront Statoil

    The Taikaha delegation are preparing to confront Norwegian Oil giant, Statoil at its AGM in Norway.

  9. Mike Smith, Hinekaa Mako and Sonny Otene at Saami Parliament in Norway
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    Māori representatives against oil exploration meet with Saami Parliament

    Members of the Indigenous Saami Parliament have met with a group of Māori representatives from Northland, carrying with them a message against oil-exploration at Te Reinga Basin.

  10. Video for Protestors against Chevron take concerns to NZ consulate in Perth
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    Protestors against Chevron take concerns to NZ consulate in Perth

    Protestors in Perth have called for the New Zealand government to reconsider offshore oil exploration permits granted to oil and gas giant Chevron in the Pegasus Basin.

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