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  1. Video for Kanaka Māoli left concussed by Police at Haleakalā protest
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    Kanaka Māoli left concussed by Police at Haleakalā protest

    Six people were arrested and one was seriously injured overnight as a hundred native Hawaiians stood in protest to stop the construction of a solar telescope at Haleakalā.

  2. Video for Child advocacy group wants harsher penalties on child abusers
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    Child advocacy group wants harsher penalties on child abusers

    The Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness (CAPA) community group is calling for harsher penalties on child abusers. The call was made at a march in Taupō, to raise awareness and prevent child abuse.

  3. Video for Mass haka videos flood the internet in support of Tauranga Moana
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    Mass haka videos flood the internet in support of Tauranga Moana

    Thousands of people have posted videos of mass haka on social media today to demonstrate their support for Tauranga Moana as Tauranga Iwi protest to protect what they believe is theirs.

  4. Video for Protesters send message to Govt and US on Paris Climate Agreement
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    Protesters send message to Govt and US on Paris Climate Agreement

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was greeted by over 300 climate change action protesters on his arrival to New Zealand. It follows Trump's latest move to pull out of the Climate Change Paris agreement.

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    Local football team supports the protection of Ihumātao

    Football Club, Onehunga-Mangere United, intend to make a statement at their match today by wearing shirts showing their support for the campaign to stop the controversial SHA62 development at Ihumātao. 

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    Auckland Council to make decision on funding coal, gas, oil companies

    Environmental activists and the general public are expected to make an appearance at the Auckland Town Hall this morning as the Auckland Council will vote whether or not they will pull their investments from coal, oil and gas companies. 

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    Native Affairs – On the Waka

    Native Affairs was aboard Te Matau a Māui, a double-hulled waka that spent three days tracking the Amazon Warrior, the largest seismic testing ship in the world. The crew of activists confronted the ship yesterday off the East Coast of the North Island returning to Napier this morning.

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    Petroleum protestors dragged away

    Climate change protests in New Plymouth got ugly today with people being dragged away amidst streams of tears. The protesters were trying to block the entrance of dignitaries to the New Zealand Petroleum conference. 

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    Deadline for protestors to leave Standing Rock arrives

    Water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline are bracing for a stand-off with police as the Thursday 9 am (NZ time) deadline to leave Standing Rock arrives. 

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    Seattle will withdraw $3 billion from US bank over Dakota Pipeline

    The Seattle City Council in Washington State has voted 9-0 to pull US$3 billion of annual deposits from a major American bank financing the Dakota Access Pipeline. 

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