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    New study shows Indigenous communities are more effective at protecting natural resources

    New studies show that Indigenous communities are highly effective at protecting natural resources over large-scale areas where formal conservation authorities do not exist.

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    Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua Committee looks forward to working with iwi

    The purpose of Te Awarua o Porirua Whaitua Committee is to facilitate community and stakeholder engagement in the development of a Whaitua Implementation Programme (WIP).  They operate in partnership with tangata whenua and develop recommendations.

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    Te Hauturu-o-Toi breeding season successful

    Te Hauturu-o-Toi, also known as Little Barrier Island has been successfully breeding a crop of tuatara eggs this breeding season. Department of Conservation (DOC) Rangers have confirmed there are 19 eggs.

  4. Video for Locals want to put a stop to littering on Uretiti Beach
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    Locals want to put a stop to littering on Uretiti Beach

    The people of Patuharakeke in the Far North are keen to play a managing role in their tribal territory following the littering that has occurred during the holiday season.

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    Locals stage peaceful protest on Ōroua awa

    Community members staged a peaceful protest on Ōroua river today, urging council to make river conservation a priority.

  6. Video for Council back Lake Ōtara restoration project
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    Council back Lake Ōtara restoration project

    Otara resident and long-time campaigner for the wellbeing of his beloved suburb and its people, Jim Sinclair, is thrilled about a new project that will see the Auckland City Council fund a lake restoration project of Lake Ōtara.

  7. Video for Tītī study investigates possible exposure to radiation
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    Tītī study investigates possible exposure to radiation

    A senior physics lecturer from The University of Auckland says he wants to work with Māori as well as conservationists responsible for the protection of Titi 'Mutton-birds' to see whether the feathers of the birds have been exposed to radiation seen in Japan.

  8. Video for Tāne Mahuta check-up
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    Tāne Mahuta check-up

    An expert environmentalist, today Stephen King returned to Waipoua Forest to check on the health of Tāne Mahuta.

  9. Video for Locals want to take care of tuna stocks
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    Locals want to take care of tuna stocks

    Let the local community take care of the well-being of tuna stocks.

  10. Video for Ngāti Whakahemo's new initiative
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    Ngāti Whakahemo's new initiative

    Ngāti Whakahemo are embarking on a new initiative that has enabled them to establish guardianship roles working to protect Motunau (Plate Island), off the coast of Motiti.

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