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    “Visionary” Rongokako Marine Reserve celebrates 20th anniversary

    A 20-year partnership between Ngāti Konohi and the Department of Conservation (DOC) to protect the marine environment of Te Tapuwae o Rongokako in Te Tairāwhiti has given rise to abundant marine life.

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    Breakers face crisis as new signing arrested

    Glen Rice Jr has only been on the Breakers’ roster for a fortnight but already the troubled star has found himself in hot water.

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    Tall Ferns go down to China, Olympic dreams in the balance

    The Tall Ferns came back down to earth against a powerful China side yesterday in Auckland, losing 94-71 in the second match of their Olympic qualifying series.

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    Sneak peek into $4.4 billion Auckland City Rail Link

    Today 10,000 people got the chance to have a sneak-peek into Auckland’s first underground City Rail Link (CRL).

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    Te Ao- Māori News

    Te Ao - your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori.

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    "Bad night" in Hawai'i as arrests rise to 161

    More than 25 people were arrested in Hawai'i overnight, in their attempt to halt the planned construction of eight 170-metre-high wind turbines as part of a wind farm development near the community of Kahuku on O'ahu.

  7. Video for Haare Williams book, "Wisdom of a Māori elder of the old school" says Witi Ihimaera
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    Haare Williams book, "Wisdom of a Māori elder of the old school" says Witi Ihimaera

    Today was the launch of Dr Haare Williams' book Words of a Kaumātua. The book reflects on his journey from te ao Māori on the East Coast to contemporary Auckland.

  8. Video for Miraka joins 'Gen Less' to do more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
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    Miraka joins 'Gen Less' to do more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

    Māori-owned company Miraka has taken a step closer to their vision of becoming the world’s most sustainable dairy producer by joining Gen Less, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from all forms of energy use.

  9. Video for State of emergency declared in Samoa over measles epidemic
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    State of emergency declared in Samoa over measles epidemic

    It comes after six measles deaths have occurred and at least 700 measles cases have been reported.

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    “Make it count, stand tall and be relentless,” says the ‘Big Rig’ ahead of world darts champs

    Ben Robb will be New Zealand’s sole representative at the Professional Darts Corporation World Darts Championship debut in December in London. The 31-year-old qualified after winning the DartPlayers New Zealand in Porirua last weekend.

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