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  1. Video for Uawa community moving forward
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    Uawa community moving forward

    The community of Tolaga Bay on the East Coast are welcoming a decision by iwi, community groups and forestry groups to trial burning-off the forestry slash that remains at the beach and river mouth.

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    Kererū wins Bird of the Year

    Amassing a total 5833 votes, the kererū whooshed ahead despite strong challenges from the kākāpō and the kakī.

  3. Video for Giving oceans a voice through public art
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    Giving oceans a voice through public art

    Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans is a public art programme bringing messages of ocean conservation into streets around the globe.  Now, it's taking over the streets of Gisborne.

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    Protests today outside Taranaki energy companies

    Environmental group Climate Justice Taranaki are protesting outside energy companies today in a bid to curb climate change.

  5. Video for Govt announces plan to make rivers swimmable in five years
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    Govt announces plan to make rivers swimmable in five years

    The government has released its freshwater plan today with a focus on working with community, iwi, agricultural and local government sectors to create laws and regulations around freswater protection, management and distribution.

  6. Video for Mental Health Awareness Week goes bush
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    Mental Health Awareness Week goes bush

    A record number of New Zealanders are celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week which kicks off today with a new theme.

  7. Video for Zealandia sets 110 traps to catch suspected rogue weasel
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    Zealandia sets 110 traps to catch suspected rogue weasel

    Staff at Wellington's Zealandia eco-sanctuary are on the hunt for a rogue predator.  The suspect intruder, thought to be a weasel, had its prints picked-up earlier this week and 110 traps have been set to try to catch the pest.

  8. Video for Mātiti Urupā at risk of erosion from the Wairoa River
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    Mātiti Urupā at risk of erosion from the Wairoa River

    Families of Huramua Marae in Wairoa are raising funds to exhume and shift the remains of 53 relatives buried in Mātiti Cemetery, which is being eroded by the Wairoa River.

  9. Video for Hoki fishing quota reduced
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    Hoki fishing quota reduced

    The fishing industry has reduced the West Coast hoki quota by 22 percent after skippers of hoki trawlers in the area have been reporting reduced catches of the fish.

  10. Video for NZTA admits contractors dumped rubble in Whangārei stream
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    NZTA admits contractors dumped rubble in Whangārei stream

    The New Zealand Transport Agency has admitted that contractors working on the Oakleigh Bridge on State Highway 1, south of Whangārei didn't follow processes.

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