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  1. Video for People and river share symbiotic connection
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    People and river share symbiotic connection

    Whanganui descendants have completed a two-week pilgrimage on their ancestral river, reaffirming their symbiotic connection with Te Awa o Whanganui, which they say is key to their identity and well-being.

  2. Video for New Te Oranganui CEO to focus on poor health prevention
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    New Te Oranganui CEO to focus on poor health prevention

    The Whanganui iwi health authority, Te Oranganui, has a new CEO.  Wheturangi Walsh-Tapiata says she would like to see more of a focus on the prevention of poor health in the region, rather than the treatment of it.

  3. Video for Whanganui River could be unsafe to swim in this summer
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    Whanganui River could be unsafe to swim in this summer

    One of Whanganui's favourite swimming spots at Pīpīriki has been deemed unsafe for swimming by the Horizons Regional Council due to high levels of E.coli in the water.

  4. Video for Mavis Mullins joins Princess Te Puea in the Business Hall of Fame
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    Mavis Mullins joins Princess Te Puea in the Business Hall of Fame

    Mavis Mullins is joining Princess Te Puea Herangi as the only two Māori women to be inducted into the New Zealand Business Hall of Fame. Kaumātua have traveled from Whanganui to attend the induction and to celebrate Mavis' success.

  5. Video for Rangatahi Summit brings Whanganui youth together
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    Rangatahi Summit brings Whanganui youth together

    Whanganui's succession plan continues as the 18th annual Rangatahi Summit takes place in Raetihi, bringing more than 60 youth together.

  6. Video for Kapa haka preserving Whanganui and Taranaki dialects
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    Kapa haka preserving Whanganui and Taranaki dialects

    Whanganui and Taranaki's regional languages are being preserved through the art of kapa haka says expert Tamzyn Pue (Ngāti Maru).

  7. Video for More jobs for our people means less domestic violence - Che Wilson
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    More jobs for our people means less domestic violence- Che Wilson

    More jobs for our people means less domestic violence. This from Whanganui Māori business awards best emerging business, Ruapehu Recruitment.

  8. Video for Aotea kura take stage for kapa haka regionals
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    Aotea kura take stage for kapa haka regionals

    The Aotea Secondary School regional kapa haka competition took place today with nine groups vying for spots at the national competition in Manawatu.

  9. Video for Cyclone Debbie causes distress across Aotearoa
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    Cyclone Debbie causes distress across Aotearoa

    Heavy rain has caused widespread flooding across the North Island forcing about 200 houses in two low-lying areas of Whanganui to evacuate before the river is predicted to hit record levels.

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    Whanganui river in Pipiriki expected to reach over 13 metres

    The Whanganui river at Pipiriki, 79kms inland from Whanganui, is expected to reach 13.3 meters by midnight tonight. 

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