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  1. Video for Students back Te Awanuiārangi push for indigenous-university status
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    Students back Te Awanuiārangi push for indigenous-university status

    Some Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi students are backing the wānanga's push to be recognised as an indigenous university, despite opposition from mainstream universities. 

  2. Video for Whakatāne locals experience LIVE interactive tāmoko demonstration
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    Whakatāne locals experience LIVE interactive tāmoko demonstration

    Whakatāne's general public got the rare opportunity to take part in a live tāmoko demonstration. Tūhoe artist Te Haunui Tuna created the interactive workshop as part of celebrating Matariki and educating the community through the ancient Māori art form. 

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    Communities resilient despite impact of cyclone

    In a media briefing in Whakatane this morning, mayor Tony Bonne said community spirit got the district through what was a frightening night.

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    Daybreak to reveal extent of damage in Eastern BOP

    The Bay of Plenty, in particular, Whakatāne and surrounding areas, received a thrashing overnight as Cyclone Cook left thousands without power, and caused significant swells and slips, leaving large trees scattered across roads. 

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    Community groups join forces to assist Edgecumbe residents

    Members of the community are being asked to join a clean up volunteer army to lend a hand to help the flood-stricken town of Edgecumbe.

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    First group of Edgecumbe residents return home

    The Whakatāne District Council has confirmed that some Edgecumbe residents have been able to reoccupy their homes. While it is only a fraction of residents, the Whakatāne Mayor says it is a start.

  7. Video for Edgecumbe residents have huge concerns about looting
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    Edgecumbe residents have huge concerns about looting

    Some Edgecumbe residents were able to return to their homes to collect much-needed items today.  For those that heard the announcement at Rautahi Marae in Kawerau, it is what they have wanted to hear since having been evacuated from the township. 

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    Cyclone Debbie: Whakatāne, Ruatoki, Edgecumbe bear the brunt

    The Eastern Bay of Plenty, including Whakatane and Ruatoki bore the brunt of the tail end of Cyclone Debbie. 

  9. Video for Kiri Allan wants 'decent jobs' for East Coast electorate
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    Kiri Allan wants 'decent jobs' for East Coast electorate

    32-year-old Kiritapu Allan is set to run in the race for East Coast in the general elections next year.  

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    Report reveals policeman did not deliberately pepper spray Whakatāne girl

    Findings from the Independent Police Conduct Authority reveal that a Whakatāne police officer did not deliberately use pepper spray on a 10-year-old girl and her mother who were passengers in a car stopped by police. 

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