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  1. Video for Closing ‘forest areas’ not enough to save Kauri, says iwi
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    Closing ‘forest areas’ not enough to save Kauri, says iwi

    Auckland Council's environment committee has unanimously voted for more closures in the Waitakere Ranges to protect against Kauri dieback disease but iwi Te Kawerau-a-Maki say that doesn't go far enough.

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    DOC smell a kiore on Tiritiri Matangi Island

    A search for a renegade rat has been launched on the inner Hauraki Gulf sanctuary of Tiritiri Matangi Island after the discovery of fresh tracks.

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    Native tree giveaway to celebrate Matariki

    As we draw closer to Matariki, a new initiative will offer community groups, schools and non-profit organisations the opportunity to win native trees to use for local conservation projects. 

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    Helping Kororā flourish through kaitiakitanga

    A Massey University scientist is making it his goal to help the world's smallest penguin flourish again around our coastline. Professor John Cockrem is leading the project, he says is inspired by the Māori concept of Kaitiakitanga. 

  5. Video for Project hopes to provide clean water access for Pacific neighbours
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    Project hopes to provide clean water access for Pacific neighbours

    New Zealanders are being challenged to go a whole day without turning on their taps at home and at work, in a new project hoping to provide easy access to clean water for Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.

  6. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Toheroa for Mokopuna
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Toheroa for Mokopuna

    Although the shellfish delicacy was nearly wiped out in some parts of Aotearoa, they're starting to thrive through conservation work. Locals from Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē / 90 Mile Beach are about to start their plans to save the toheroa. But, it may not be popular.

  7. Video for Milestone reached in sanctuary's efforts to restore Kākā population
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    Milestone reached in sanctuary's efforts to restore Kākā population

    Zealandia has just banded its 800th Kākā, reaching yet another milestone in the sanctuary's efforts to restore Wellington's native wildlife.  The Kākā is still in its nest box being cared for by its mother but will soon be out learning to fly and may someday be spotted beyond the Zealandia fence line.

  8. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Tourism Headache for Coromandel Iwi
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Tourism Headache for Coromandel Iwi

    The growing number of tourists visiting Coromandel’s Cathedral Cove is worrying local iwi concerned about protecting their significant sites. 

  9. Video for Māori and Aztec unite on environmental issues
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    Māori and Aztec unite on environmental issues

    One of the most well-known youth environmentalists in the world landed in New Zealand today. Xiuhtezcalt from the Aztec tribe will be in New Zealand spreading his message of looking after the planet to the masses of New Zealand. 

  10. Video for Massive effort to restore Maungaharuru for endangered Kōrure
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    Massive effort to restore Maungaharuru for endangered Kōrure

    A massive effort is underway to turn Maungaharuru in northern Hawkes Bay back into a colony for endangered seabirds. The latest arrival of Kōrure (Mottled Petrel) will boost numbers there as part of the Poutiri Ao o Tāne project to repopulate the birds.

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