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  1. Video for DAPL denied access - What now for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe?
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    DAPL denied access- What now for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe?

    Energy Transfer Partners have hit back at the Obama Administration calling the denial of an easement through Dakota by the US Army Corps of Engineers nothing but a purely political action. 

  2. Video for Tairāwhiti petition calls for halt on oil and gas activities
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    Tairāwhiti petition calls for halt on oil and gas activities

    A petition is on the cards to bring gas and oil activities in the East Coast region to a halt. Last night a hui was held by locals in Gisborne to raise awareness around the industry and discuss strategies moving forward for a community who largely oppose oil and gas exploration

  3. Video for Statoil, Chevron and seismic activity on the agenda for Tairāwhiti hui
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    Statoil, Chevron and seismic activity on the agenda for Tairāwhiti hui

    American oil corporation Chevron are prospecting the east coast waters that has raised concerns among the local Tairāwhiti community prompting a meeting in Gisborne tomorrow.

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    Tairāwhiti communities to discuss concerns over oil and gas exploration

    Communities across Te Tairāwhiti will meet tomorrow to address growing concerns over exploratory activities for oil and gas in the region.

  5. Video for Native Affairs – Indigenous support for Standing Rock
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    Native Affairs – Indigenous support for Standing Rock

    A global movement has grown in support of Native Americans opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline. People from across the United States and the world have either joined the resistance in person or through social media. One of few news media to constantly report on what's been happening at Standing Rock is APTN, the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network in Canada. APTN Executive Show Producer Naomi Clarke was in the studio with Native Affairs.

  6. Video for Many Americans still ignorant to events in North Dakota
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    Many Americans still ignorant to events in North Dakota

    Millions of people across the world have stood in support of the indigenous people of America and their fight to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. However, it would seem that millions of people in America itself have no real understanding of events there.

  7. Video for Call for Norwegian companies to withdraw investments behind the Dakota Pipeline
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    Call for Norwegian companies to withdraw investments behind the Dakota Pipeline

    Norway's Sami Parliament is calling on its biggest bank and the Norwegian Oil Fund to withdraw its investments in the companies behind the Dakota Access Pipeline Project, following claims it will threaten the health and human rights of the local indigenous tribes.

  8. Video for Māori supporter shares her Standing Rock protest experience
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    Māori supporter shares her Standing Rock protest experience

    Johanna Lloyd and her whānau experienced first-hand what it was like at Oceti Sakawin camp and frontline in North Dakota, where they performed a haka in support.  They recently returned to home from the 7th Generation Fund Indigenous Peoples Conference in California, before heading to support the Sioux tribe of Standing Rock.

  9. Video for Police and Military move in on Dakota Access Pipeline protesters
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    Police and Military move in on Dakota Access Pipeline protesters

    Hundreds of police with heavy military gear have moved Dakota Access Pipeline protesters from their campsite on private land in North Dakota. The long-brewing conflict stems from concerns by the local tribes and protesters over the construction of a $3.7bil oil pipeline.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - United at Standing Rock
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    Native Affairs- United at Standing Rock

    The Standing Rock Sioux are trying to stop work on a proposed multibillion-dollar oil pipeline in North Dakota. The stand against the build has been ongoing for months in court and in the Standing Rock prayer camps where Native American tribes and others have gathered in unity. Amongst them is Kingi Snelgar, A young Māori lawyer, who recently graduated from Harvard and worked with the Lakota in Pine Ridge.

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