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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Selling our water - 427 million litres at $943
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    Native Affairs – Selling our water- 427 million litres at $943

    A South Island iwi hope their freshwater spring will gain environmental protection after a local council granted a water bottling company consent to take 208 million litres a year for $470.

  2. Video for Māori presence amiss at America's Cup celebrations
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    Māori presence amiss at America's Cup celebrations

    Ngāti Whātua want more Māori involved in the next America's Cup after Emirates Team New Zealand beat America's Oracle in Bermuda.

  3. Video for NZ teams to compete in first IVF Va'a Distance Championships
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    NZ teams to compete in first IVF Va'a Distance Championships

    The world's best waka ama teams will be putting in the hard yards in the first IVF Va'a Distance Championships in Tahiti. It's the world's first biannual long distance waka ama competition with V1 and V6 teams racing over 18km. Waka Ama NZ CEO Lara Collins is confident this year's NZ team have got the goods to take it out. 

  4. Video for Kelston Boys walk for 100% water
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    Kelston Boys walk for 100% water

    Today marks the first day of Men's Health Week and Kelston Boys High School is tackling diabetes and obesity head on.  Students and teachers are embarking on a 3.1-kilometer walk to have 'Water Only', in a bid to minimise students sugar intake.

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    Waiōtahe pipi beds contamination source results returned

    Results of recent faecal source tracking carried out on water samples from the Waiōtahe catchment point to ruminant animals as the likely cause of E.coli contamination in the estuary.

  6. Video for Protecting drinking water a priority for Kahungunu
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    Protecting drinking water a priority for Kahungunu

    Protecting drinking water was on the agenda today at the Ngāti Kahungunu Fish Hook Summit to get public confidence back in the water supply, after the gastro outbreak that saw 5000 people poisoned last year.

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    Floating poop to send message to Govt about state of NZ rivers

    A group of ActionStation members are set to swim with giant inflatable poop emojis at Lake Ohakuri, north of Lake Taupō in a call to government to "cut the crap" in New Zealand rivers.

  8. Video for How fresh is our water?
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    How fresh is our water?

    New Zealand's rivers and lakes are under increasing pressure, according to the latest national report from the Ministry for the Environment and Stats New Zealand about the state of freshwater. The report measures the quality of our waterways, water quantity and flows, biodiversity in rivers and lakes, and the cultural health of freshwater.

  9. Video for Tamariki surf their way into the school holidays
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    Tamariki surf their way into the school holidays

    Today was the first of a series of surf camps facilitated by Saltwater Eco, a surf and snorkel specialist group who's focus is to immerse children in their local marine environments.

  10. Video for Boil water notice remains for rural BOP communities post Cyclone Cook
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    Boil water notice remains for rural BOP communities post Cyclone Cook

    Rural areas in the Whakatāne district have been resilient following Cyclone Cook.  Multiple areas are under a boil water notice due to the risk of contamination.  In Taneatua and other towns, water tanks and porta-loos have also been provided for the residents by the local council.

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