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    Carrington's Kuia proud of her success

    The Whakatāne Surf Lifesaving Club is celebrating after Lisa Carrington bagged a bronze medal in the K1 500 final this morning. The 27-year old has made history becoming the first New Zealand woman to win two Olympic medals at the same games.

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    Whakatāne High School celebrates their golden girl

    Whakatāne High School has paid homage to one of its former students, double Olympic champion Lisa Carrington. Students of the school's Māori Department were in awe of her achievement this morning, and set aside time to perform a special song for her.

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    Lisa Carrington's former school celebrates her win

    Students from Whakatane High School celebrated their former student Lisa Carrington’s win from last night's Gold Medal race in the K1 200m Sprint at the Rio Olympics.

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    Kete- Plastic not so Fantastic

    A well-known flax weaver from Te Whakatōhea, Tangimoe Clay claims that the traditional use of kete to collect food is rarely seen today.

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    Awanuiārangi to honour 1130 graduands in Whakatāne

    Whakatāne-based tertiary provider Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi will celebrate the graduation of 1130 students this Friday, May 27.

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    Whānau commitment key to young Kalani's sporting success

    Whānau commitment and dedication is the key to young Kalani Savage’s success. With just three years playing experience, 10-year-old Kalani has gone from strength to strength both physically and mentally.

  7. Video for Ngā Tāngata Taumata Rau - Ngā Tamariki o Te Kohu, Series 1 Episode 17
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    Ngā Tāngata Taumata Rau- Ngā Tamariki o Te Kohu, Series 1 Episode 17

    Mere McLean travels to Whakatane, to the home of educationalist Harata Day who explains how Tūhoe tikanga has guided her when working in a mainstream environment.

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    Māori officer praised by whānau

    The mother of a 27-year-old man, who was arrested in a stand-off with police in Onepu, Kawerau, has come forward pleading that tikanga Māori should be used by police when it comes to dealing with Māori. 

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    Series of quakes rock Whakatāne

    A series of small earthquakes hit the Bay of Plenty town of Whakatāne overnight. The strongest was a magnitude 3.3, as recorded by GeoNet. 

  10. Video for Whakatāne Touch Finals 2016
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    Whakatāne Touch Finals 2016

    It’s their third time competing at the annual Whakatāne Touch Tournament. This year Wairere met Freezin' Hot in the finals and won with a four try lead at full time. But it was the woman’s finale between Bulletz and Playin' Up that had spectators on the edge of their seats.

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