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  1. Video for Whānau worried about eroding cemetery
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    Whānau worried about eroding cemetery

    Rising water levels is threatening an ancient seaside cemetery in the Coromandel, forcing the families of those buried in the cemetery to take action. Families living in Koputauaki are calling for the wider families to come together and work on a solution after decades of division.

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    NZ holiday road toll has tripled since 2012

    The holiday road toll is now significantly higher than the year before. The total deaths is now at 18, already a third higher than the year before with two days left. So why is the police message to slow down not resonating with drivers?

  3. Video for Iwi fundraiser to help Mokau Marae rise from the ashes
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    Iwi fundraiser to help Mokau Marae rise from the ashes

    A sports event aimed at fundraising for the rebuild of Mokau Marae after it burnt down three years ago kicked off today. The families of Te Uri Hikihiki in Whangaruru open the event with a basketball match.

  4. Video for Free course lures women into marine scienes
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    Free course lures women into marine scienes

    In the Bay of Plenty, a group of young Māori women have gained diving qualifications thanks to a free course tutored by diving professionals. The initiative was started to encourage the women to pursue skills in marine science.

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    New online guide to safe swimming

    A new feature called Can I Swim Here? on the environmental monitoring website Land, Air, Water Aotearoa (LAWA) will allow New Zealanders to check the quality of the water at coastal and freshwater swimming sites.

  6. Video for Mangere school communities want sex offender out
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    Mangere school communities want sex offender out

    A community is angry it has to petition the removal of a "high risk" sex offender from close proximity to its school grounds. A Jean Batten School spokesperson says it's unfair and wrong for someone with this type of criminal background to be allowed in a school area for the second time in a row and it wants assurances it will not happen again.

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    Weather warnings for BOP residents

    Residents in the Bay of Plenty are gearing up for another wet night following significant amounts of rain causing surface flooding in the region. MetService has issued a weather warning for the region which has emergency services on alert.

  8. Video for Burn victim’s road to rehabilitation
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    Burn victim’s road to rehabilitation

    12-year old Gisborne lad Matthew Nom has fought against all odds and survived a terrible accident that caused severe burns to 50% of his body. Burns so severe doctors initially didn't think he would survive.

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    Questions remain following Eramiha Pairama inquest

    A coroner's inquest into the death of Eramiha Pairama, a Bay of Plenty forestry worker, has provided some answers to his family today. Mr Pairama was killed in 2013 when he was struck by a tree while working near Whakatāne.

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    Native Affairs – Saddle Up

    The rodeo season has just finished but the same can't be said for the debate over animal safety at rodeo events. Two weeks ago a petition signed by 63,000 Kiwis was presented to Parliament calling for rodeos to be banned. Iulia Leilua went to the Waimarino Rodeo to canvas the views of Māori cowboys about the ban.

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