Story by Whakaata Māori videographer Nick Winter. Despite the recent wet weather, summer is here, meaning the busy season begins for surf lifesavers.
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Waka Kotahi responds to whānau call for road safety changes
Waka Kotahi says road safety changes are pending for a Far North road where two brothers were injured in separate accidents.
'Earthlings we come in peace from the planet Har-Bour-Mas-Ter'- Marlborough Sounds boaties in for a surprise from above
If you are out on the water near Picton Harbour this weekend, be prepared for a safer boating message from above.
Turk's Poultry Farm whole smoked chicken recalled
The affected product should not be consumed.
Cook hāngī, umu and lovo safely this Christmas
Have a water hose handy, is one of the tips Fire and Emergency New Zealand has for cooking in underground ovens this summer.
How to keep tamariki safe online- research into parents’ knowledge
Netsafe's latest research reveals a mismatch between parents' awareness and their children's experiences of upsetting online content.
Alarm pendants ensure safety of kaumātua, disabled and whānau at risk
Kaumātua, the disabled and whānau at risk have another way to ensure their safety with alarm pendants made by Whanganui-based company GPSOS Ltd.
New guidelines make it safer for actors performing intimate scenes
It comes after sexual harassment and abuse in the screen industry has been outed by the Me Too movement.
Election countdown begins
The big issues Maori will vote on.
Whānau warned to not fall for pyramid schemes and conspiracy theories during lockdown
Tapatahi spoke to Bay of Plenty regional councillor, actor and director Toi Iti on the show today about the dangers of being online during lockdown.