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    Wahine battles century-old land law to regain east coast whenua

    Beneath the veneer of the quiet, remote Tokomaru Bay settlement lies the story of locked-up land that mana whenua have little to no control over. One woman is on a mission to rewrite century-old legislation, and return the power to her people.

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    Māori sheep milk industry gets government backing

    The government is backing a plan for 20 Māori land owners with more than 24,000 hectares of whenua from the western shore of Lake Taupō to the Hauraki Plains, to invest in the rapidly growing sheep milking industry.

  3. Video for Iwi-led charity awarded $2.125m to restore southern whenua, awa
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    Iwi-led charity awarded $2.125m to restore southern whenua, awa

    In Southland, a new iwi-led environmental charity aims to create local jobs while also restoring the whenua and awa.

  4. AKE AKE AKE – THE STORY OF IHUMĀTAO – ON MĀORI+ AND ON MĀORI TELEVISION!

    AKE AKE AKE an emotive, powerful, and at times confronting three-part documentary recounting events surrounding the historic Ihumātao occupation, available on the MĀORI+ app, 16 July, and premiering 19 JULY 8.30 PM on MĀORI TELEVISION.

  5. Video for Ngāti Porou kaitiaki wins NZ’s most prestigious conservation award
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    Ngāti Porou kaitiaki wins NZ’s most prestigious conservation award

    Graeme Atkins’ advocacy for restoring the health of the forests of the Raukūmara Range has helped secure a record $34 million investment in Te Raukūmara Pae Maunga project.

  6. Video for Kapiti Coast mayor backs Ngāti Puketapu to get its ancestral land back
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    Kapiti Coast mayor backs Ngāti Puketapu to get its ancestral land back

    Mayor supports hapū in fight to get land back.

  7. Video for Ngāpuhi hapū deny access to construction on waahi tapu
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    Ngāpuhi hapū deny access to construction on waahi tapu

    Workers denied access to land intended for development, local hapu says it's waahi tapu.

  8. Video for Concerns Māori voices won't be heard in 'shovel-ready' projects
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    Concerns Māori voices won't be heard in 'shovel-ready' projects

    Eleven shovel-ready projects are all go but the exclusion of the RMA process has left some iwi members concerned about the lack of Māori participation as treaty partners. Whangarei hapū and experts are discussing a collective response to the changes to ensure tangata whenua still have a say in what happens in their region.

  9. Video for Whānau in Tongariro look to rebuild their lives
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    Whānau in Tongariro look to rebuild their lives

    The Barrett whānau in Tongariro lost everything they owned after a fire ripped through their self-sustainable home during lockdown. 

  10. Video for Tūhoe whānau share importance of returning to your homeland
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    Tūhoe whānau share importance of returning to your homeland

    Living off the grid is nothing new to many Tūhoe families, but during pressing times it has shown the importance of returning to your homeland, to the land of your ancestors.  Mahina Hurkmans follows a whānau as they build a camp on their whenua for their future generations. 

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