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  1. Video for Māori risk safety with haka at Standing Rock
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    Māori risk safety with haka at Standing Rock

    At the risk of their own safety, a group of Māori performed haka at the frontline of the Osceti Sakowin camp in America. A group of six Māori have been at the camp since last Sunday, in support the Standing Rock’s Sioux tribes’ opposition to the Dakota pipeline.  Kereama Te Ua and some Māori women went to pray at the frontline where authorities were positioned yesterday, (Thanksgiving Day).

  2. Video for Reuben Taipari resorts to foul language for dumped pig carcass
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    Reuben Taipari resorts to foul language for dumped pig carcass

    Māori activist and environmentalist Reuben Taipari is using social media to find the person who dumped an animal carcass, rubbish and shellfish in a fresh Far North waterway.

  3. Video for Havelock North water inquiry to find source and cause
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    Havelock North water inquiry to find source and cause

    The first day of the government inquiry into the Havelock North water contamination crisis got underway today. The inquiry will focus on establishing the facts rather than finger pointing, to find out what exactly caused the biggest campylobacter outbreak from a water supply in New Zealand.

  4. Video for Ngāti Hine revive history of its rivers
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    Ngāti Hine revive history of its rivers

    Since time immemorial, the sacred river of Taumarere was a main highway of Māori ancestors and hence an important initiative for the progeny of the ancestress Hineāmaru to travel the "River of Chiefs" and learn its history.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Water Warrior
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    Native Affairs- Water Warrior

    Eighteen-year-old Liana Dance is in Spain on a lucrative, rare water polo contract. She hopes to use the experience to help her fulfil her Olympic dreams. We caught up with the kiwi water polo star before she left for her sports O.E.

  6. Video for Tribes defy North Dakota pipeline to protect waterways
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    Tribes defy North Dakota pipeline to protect waterways

    Indigenous tribes from across the USA and as far as Canada have come together to stop a $3.8 billion oil pipeline being run under the Missouri River. The pipeline threatens the only water source available to the nearby Standing Rock Reservation.

  7. Video for $200,000 only a drop in the bucket - Havelock businesses
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    $200,000 only a drop in the bucket- Havelock businesses

    The government and the Hastings District Council have announced a joint relief package of $200,000 for businesses in Havelock North affected by the gastro outbreak. But businesses we spoke to say the money is only a drop in the bucket.

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    Olympics Rio Day 10 – Medal contention for Kayaking and Hockey

    To Day 10 of the Rio Olympics - the New Zealand Black Sticks celebrate after their win against Australia. Kayaker Lisa Carrington has made a head start heading into finals after winning in her heat and the semi-finals, and eighth place for Ngāi Tahu cyclist Dylan Kennett.

  9. Video for No mercury in Puhipuhi waterways but Iwi still concerned
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    No mercury in Puhipuhi waterways but Iwi still concerned

    There is no mercury in the rivers and water of Puhipuhi. These are the initial results of an environmental assessment carried out by the Evolution Mining Company in preparation to drill for gold. But despite these results local iwi and anti-mining groups have not changed their positions.

  10. Video for Former TV personality Tamati Coffey backs water petition
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    Former TV personality Tamati Coffey backs water petition

    There's a petition calling for the government to pass urgent legislation to charge bottling water plants fairly for water extraction. The hashtag #waterfightnz, used to portray this issue is gaining momentum on social media.

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