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  1. Video for Auckland water consumption on-par with post-flood target
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    Auckland water consumption on-par with post-flood target

    Auckland City Council met this morning to discuss the impact recent weather has had on the region. The city has been hammered by three major weather events in the past week that caused severe flooding and damage in localised areas.

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    Campaigners criticise Government's freshwater policy

    Campaigners say the new swimming standards outlined in the governments latest freshwater policy will allow for more faecal contamination in New Zealand’s rivers and lakes.

  3. Video for Health Warning for Utuhina Stream
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    Health Warning for Utuhina Stream

    Rotorua locals have not been able to swim in the Utuhina stream near Lake Road since last year due to it being unsafe. A health warning was placed on the stream by Bay of Plenty Regional council in December. 

  4. Video for Govt's freshwater target falls short of Iwi aspirations
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    Govt's freshwater target falls short of Iwi aspirations

    Prime Minister Bill English today pledged to make 90 percent of New Zealand's rivers 'swimmable' by 2040, but iwi leaders say the government's standards of swimmable aren't good enough and more needs to be done.

  5. Video for Waimarama on bottled water
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    Waimarama on bottled water

    Hastings District Council has delivered bottled water to marae in the Waimarama Township to cope with Hawke's Bay's latest water contamination in the lead-up to Te Matatini. Yesterday low levels of E.coli were detected in the public water supply and a boil notice was released for all water consumption including for pets.

  6. Video for Mean bombs from the bridge at Waitangi
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    Mean bombs from the bridge at Waitangi

    While Waitangi copes with an influx of guests, media and sightseers for Waitangi Day, local rangatahi spend their time swimming, diving and perfecting 'bombs' from the local bridge.  Our online team caught up with a group of enthusiastic jumpers who were eager to show off some of their techniques.   

  7. Video for Shortage of waka paddlers at Waitangi inspires a new generation
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    Shortage of waka paddlers at Waitangi inspires a new generation

    A shortage of waka paddlers at Waitangi this year has inspired a new generation to take charge of the pageant by preserving the traditions under the guidance of Māori waka exponents.

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    Tamariki and freshwater prime focus at Iwi Chairs Forum

    Prime Minister Bill English and a delegation of Ministers will attend this year's Iwi Chairs Forum in Waitangi, with the prime focus being the ICF's position on the Children, Young Persons and Their Families Legislation Bill and natural resources, in particular, freshwater. 

  9. Video for Water shortage leaves Northlanders parched
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    Water shortage leaves Northlanders parched

    In the Northland region, some Okaihau and Rawene locals are coping with a water shortage by taking thousands of litres from council-owned hydrants to battle the dry spell. And while relief came from some rain at the weekend another dry week is expected.

  10. Video for Trump’s pipeline action worries water protectors
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    Trump’s pipeline action worries water protectors

    President Donald Trump has signed memorandums to advance the controversial Keystone and Dakota Access Pipelines (DAPL). Sacred Stone Camp water protector Dallas Goldtooth says the action is worrying and the people at camp are scared for what lies ahead.

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