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  1. Video for Te Taiao exhibition to open at Te Papa - with a little help from Māui
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    Te Taiao exhibition to open at Te Papa- with a little help from Māui

    Te Papa's new $12mil permanent exhibition 'Te Taiao', provides an insight into the once-thriving natural environment of Aotearoa.  The exhibition's new digital interactive activities educate children on their role as protectors of the environment. 

  2. Video for A late mother's natural earth dream home
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    A late mother's natural earth dream home

    A first prototype natural earth house is being built in the Putiki Native Reserve in Whanganui.  It was the dream house of Moaari Maraea Bailey, who passed away last year as a result of a cancerous brain tumour.  

  3. Video for Integrating te reo Māori across the education system
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    Integrating te reo Māori across the education system

    Four regions across Aotearoa will facilitate the Te Ahu o Te Reo programme to assist teachers in the classroom with their reo Māori skills - Taranaki, Waikato, Kāpiti-Horowhenua and Te Waipounamu.

  4. Video for Veteran paddler supports next generation
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    Veteran paddler supports next generation

    Ngā Paerangi descendant Howard Hyland is a veteran in Waka Ama and won gold and silver in the over 70s at this year's Worlds in Tahiti. Although he is now retired, he continues to support the up and coming generation of paddlers. 

  5. Video for People and river share symbiotic connection
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    People and river share symbiotic connection

    Whanganui descendants have completed a two-week pilgrimage on their ancestral river, reaffirming their symbiotic connection with Te Awa o Whanganui, which they say is key to their identity and well-being.

  6. Video for Whanganui River could be unsafe to swim in this summer
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    Whanganui River could be unsafe to swim in this summer

    One of Whanganui's favourite swimming spots at Pīpīriki has been deemed unsafe for swimming by the Horizons Regional Council due to high levels of E.coli in the water.

  7. Video for Rangatahi Summit brings Whanganui youth together
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    Rangatahi Summit brings Whanganui youth together

    Whanganui's succession plan continues as the 18th annual Rangatahi Summit takes place in Raetihi, bringing more than 60 youth together.

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    Te Awa Tupua Bill reaches second reading

    The Māori Affairs Select Committee has provided its report on the Te Awa Tupua Bill (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) back to the House.  As a consequence, a Second Reading will take place today. 

  9. Video for He Kura te Tangata, Te Awa Tupua o Whanganui / The Auckland Anglican Māori Club
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    He Kura te Tangata, Te Awa Tupua o Whanganui / The Auckland Anglican Māori Club

    Performances by Te Awa Tupua o Whanganui and The Auckland Anglican Māori Club interweave with Gallipoli with insights from Puawai Cairns about Māori involvement at Gallipoli.

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