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  1. Video for Making horticulture an industry to bring whānau back to their Wairoa whenua
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    Making horticulture an industry to bring whānau back to their Wairoa whenua

    A Hawke's Bay iwi is hoping horticulture will be the drawcard to keep whānau from leaving their rohe and eventually bring other whānau back home.

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    Hole filled: Wairoa gets first dentist in two years

    Wairoa lost its last dentist during the first COVID-19 lockdown.

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    Heavy rain watch for Gisborne and Wairoa District, with up to 15mm per hr rainfall

    Credit / Tairāwhiti Contractors A heavy rain watch for Gisborne and Wairoa District has been issued for today through Tuesday and remains 'valid', says MetService

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    Māori horticulture central to Wairoa rehabilitation

    A government-backed horticulture project for Māori land is expected to turn the Northern Hawke’s Bay region of Wairoa into an economic powerhouse.

  5. Video for Kitea to adopt Tipuna approach as Wairoa District Council CEO
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    Kitea to adopt Tipuna approach as Wairoa District Council CEO

    Wairoa District Council has welcomed its first Māori chief executive, Kitea Tipuna. Many locals describe Kitea's appointment as a move in the right direction for the small rural community.   

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    Briar Grace-Smith receives Mana Wāhine Award at Wairoa Māori Film Festival

    Award-winning fimmaker Briar Grace-Smith received the 2021 Women in Film & Television Mana Wāhine Award.

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    Ngāti Kahungunu artist Russ Flatt 'so humbled' by top award

    Photographer Russ Flatt is humbled to receive top award. 

  8. Video for Wairoa gets boost from PGF for much needed economic activity
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    Wairoa gets boost from PGF for much needed economic activity

    PGF injects $3.78 million into Wairoa.

  9. Video for Planting natives to hold the land for future generations
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    Planting natives to hold the land for future generations

    Takitimu Marae and urupā in Wairoa are at risk of erosion by the river, so the whanau are planting 5000 native trees to future-proof the riverbank and save the marae and tūpāpaku.

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