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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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. 

  6. 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. 

  7. Video for "Once upon a time, Māori owned and managed 100% of New Zealand" - Foon visits Ihumātao
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    "Once upon a time, Māori owned and managed 100% of New Zealand"- Foon visits Ihumātao

    Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon says he is proud to be among those fighting for their rights at Ihumātao, following his visit to the occupation site today.  Foon says the visit to Ihumatao is to get a feel for the mauri of the whenua and to understand the essence of the issues.

  8. Video for Infamous track on Te Mata Peak exposes racism
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    Infamous track on Te Mata Peak exposes racism

    Ngāti Kahungunu iwi and hapū members have been subject to racism following their support for the removal of the highly contentious Craggy Range track on Te Mata Peak, but Ngāti Kahungunu Chair Ngahiwi Tomoana says there has been a shift in public opinion, with strong support now to have it removed.

  9. Video for Te Tumu Paeroa welcomes first female trustee
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    Te Tumu Paeroa welcomes first female trustee

    Te Tumu Paeroa has officially welcomed its first female Māori Trustee to the helm.  Dr Charlotte Severne begins a three year term and is looking forward to continuing work to protect and enhance Māori land.  

  10. Video for Encouraging ‘food sovereignty’
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    Encouraging ‘food sovereignty’

    Dozens of community pantries have popped up across the country in a push to provide food to those in need. But is this solving the issue of food poverty?

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