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  1. Video for Kaitahi superfood helps to boost immunities as winter approaches
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    Kaitahi superfood helps to boost immunities as winter approaches

    Kaitahi is an iwi-owned enterprise and is boosting household wellbeing with donations of their award-winning Frozen Superfood Smoothy Drops to iwi and emergency care services throughout the North Island. 

  2. Video for Taranaki iwi stand resilient as COVID-19 enters their rohe
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    Taranaki iwi stand resilient as COVID-19 enters their rohe

    Taranaki iwi say that their checkpoints are aimed at enhancing the efforts already underway to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within their rohe. This comes after another case was confirmed in the Taranaki area this week.   

  3. Video for Taranaki Iwi working with Police to protect vulnerable communities
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    Taranaki Iwi working with Police to protect vulnerable communities

    Taranaki Iwi Community Checkpoint Plans at the Northern, Eastern and Southern boundaries of Taranaki will come into effect on Tuesday 28 April. Checkpoints will be operating with support from Taranaki Police in Urenui and Pātea, and a mobile Police patrol will be operating at the eastern entrance to Taranaki along the Forgotten Highway (SH43).

  4. Video for Ngāti Ruanui Fight to Protect their Environment
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    Ngāti Ruanui Fight to Protect their Environment

    Despite being declined by the High Court, Trans Tasman Resources (TTR) continues their bid to exploit the South Taranaki Bight in the Court of Appeal today.

  5. Video for Wellingtonian wants "A Māori name for everything"
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    Wellingtonian wants "A Māori name for everything"

    Wellingtonians are embracing Māori name changes to some of the capital's biggest landmarks as Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika have gifted the original name of Paekākā to replace the name of the Wellington Botanical Gardens. 

  6. Video for "Radical and collective change" needed to stop drilling in Taranaki
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    "Radical and collective change" needed to stop drilling in Taranaki

    A Taranaki descendant is upset that the government has just opened up vast areas of the ancestral lands of hapū and iwi Māori in Taranaki to potential fracking.  His claims are being backed by Climate Justice Taranaki, who are also calling for a more radical and collective change to bring a complete stop to the oil and gas drilling in their area.   

  7. Video for Waitara Land Bill reaches milestone
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    Waitara Land Bill reaches milestone

    The Waitara Lands Act reached a milestone today when a side agreement was signed between the Ngāti Manukorihi and Ngāti Otaraua sub-tribes, and the New Plymouth Disctrict Council. The agreement sets a framework for how the NPDC and Te Kōwhatu Tū Moana Trust will work together on a brighter future for the residents of Waitara.       

  8. Video for Foam contamination found in Taranaki streams
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    Foam contamination found in Taranaki streams

    Taranaki iwi are calling for a full audit of where firefighting foam has been used in their region.  The call comes after 'elevated levels' of contamination from a chemical used in the foam was found in eels in two south Taranaki streams. 

  9. Video for Te Tumu Paeroa CEO appointed new chair of Māori Television
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    Te Tumu Paeroa CEO appointed new chair of Māori Television

    CEO of Te Tumu Paeroa has been named the new chair of the Māori Television Service replacing Hon Georgina te Heuheu DNZM QSO. 

  10. Video for Debutants Ngāti Maru take out Taranaki Māori Rugby League Tournament
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    Debutants Ngāti Maru take out Taranaki Māori Rugby League Tournament

    Ngāti Maru impressed many at the Taranaki Māori Rugby League tournament this weekend in Manaia by making it through to the premiership final.

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