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    $150,000 for 8000 hectare drought affected farm "inadequate"

    This summer’s drought on Tairawhiti is having a huge impact on local farmers and their livestock. So the Government has allocated $150,000 to be shared affected regions which is inadequate according to one Maori farm.

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    Rāhui not respected at Northland’s Mermaid Pools

    A mana whenua spokesperson claims a rāhui placed over the famous Mermaid Pools in Northland is being breached and ignored. The highly popular summer destination near Whāngārei is still closed off to the public until their puna wai is cleaned and restored.

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    Māori not immune to melanoma

    Health promoter for Cancer Society Gisborne East Coast, Roimata Mangu of Ngāti Porou is on a mission to ensure whānau are being 'SunSmart'.  According to Mangu, Māori are not immune to solar radiation and there's no room for complacency when it comes to melanoma.

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    Sea breeze brings relief amidst soaring temperatures

    Temperatures are edging closer to 40-degrees celsius in some areas as the forecast heatwave continues to warm parts of the country.

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    Tolaga Bay beach is back in business

    The community of Tolaga Bay are ecstatic with the clean-up progress of slash on their beach.  It's a promising sign for the coastal community as it gears up for its summer season.

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    An emergency call-out to Santa Claus

    Understanding the world of emergency services is central to keeping friends and whānau safe over the festive season.  The Sirens & Sounds Careers Festival allows the public to interact with those who go beyond the call of duty.   

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    A record-breaking summer

    New Zealand has officially had the hottest summer on record, according the weather service NIWA.

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    Auckland Council introduces glamping

    Auckland Council has introduced a new hassle-free glamping option at the Ōrewa Beach Top 10 Holiday Park, Martins Bay Holiday Park, and Wenderholm Regional Park.

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    Six60 fans in for a treat

    They've performed five sold-out shows this summer, and now fans in Whangarei will get to see the popular New Zealand band Six60 in concert in March. 

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    World first for Backyard Cricket tournament

    The world's first live streamed Backyard Cricket event got underway this weekend in Auckland, with organisers hoping to expand the Backyard Bash competition. Te Kāea sports reporter Eru Paranihi went along to check out the action.

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