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  1. Video for Police involvement in Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē dispute must be avoided, Fisheries Minister
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    Police involvement in Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē dispute must be avoided, Fisheries Minister

    Police involvement in the dispute over harvesting of mussel spat at Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē (Ninety Mile Beach) must be avoided, Minister of Fisheries Stuart Nash says.

  2. Video for Te Whakatōhea launches new mussel ship
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    Te Whakatōhea launches new mussel ship

    Whakatohea Mussels' new ship, the Kukutai, has been launched in Tāmaki Makaurau.

  3. Video for Iwi helping to save freshwater mussels
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    Iwi helping to save freshwater mussels

    Two-hundred kākahi are set to be translocated to Zealandia this weekend, with the help of local iwi around Wellington.

  4. Video for Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders
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    Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders

    Some Te Whakatōhea youth will soon learn to build an ocean vessel with the builders of New Zealand's Black Magic who won the America's Cup in 1995. McMullen and Wing have partnered with Whakatōhea Iwi and Whakatōhea Mussels to build the vessel in an effort to create employment for the region and its young people.

  5. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Whakatōhea mussel success
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Whakatōhea mussel success

    Twenty years ago Whakatōhea iwi had a vision to run its own mussel business. Now, the dream has come true - and Native Affairs were there last year to see how the new farm will help the Opotiki community in the Bay of Plenty.

  6. Video for Ōhiwa mussels in rapid decline
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    Ōhiwa mussels in rapid decline

    In the Bay of Plenty, a marine ecologist is warning of a rapid decline in mussel numbers in the Ohiwa harbour.

  7. Video for Native Affairs – Mussel Up
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    Native Affairs – Mussel Up

    Twenty years ago, Whakatōhea iwi had the vision to run its own mussel business. Now, the dream has come true and we were there to see how the new farm will help the local Ōpōtiki community.

  8. Video for Whakatōhea celebrates first harvest from Mussel farm
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    Whakatōhea celebrates first harvest from Mussel farm

    The Whakatōhea tribe is celebrating its first harvest of mussels from its own offshore farm in the eastern Bay of Plenty. 

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