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  1. Video for Community garden brings hope to Wellington’s homeless
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    Community garden brings hope to Wellington’s homeless

    Wellington's community garden Mokai Kainga is helping the homeless get back on their feet. Those staying here say working in the garden is therapeutic and gives them hope for the New Year.

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    Carving a new path for the homeless

    The New Zealand Flower and Garden Show opens tomorrow in West Auckland and the homeless from the local area of Henderson have been invited by organisers to showcase the carvings they have created.   

  3. 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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    Practising food sovereignty to feed the family

    Social Enterprise Whenua Warrior is helping families, schools and communities to plant vegetable gardens. The initiative has now planted nearly 250 community gardens to empower families to grow their own produce.

  5. Video for 30 taonga are returned home to Te Waimate Taiamai
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    30 taonga are returned home to Te Waimate Taiamai

    Three Ngāpuhi marae from Te Waimate Taiamai have come together to restore and return a 30 piece collection of taonga to the people of Ngāpuhi's garden state. Highlighting a collaborative effort that marae representatives say could be a way forward for Ngāpuhi.   

  6. Video for Easter the perfect time for winter crops
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    Easter the perfect time for winter crops

    Mokai Kainga Community Garden Director, Robert Te Whare expects that along with winter's chill will also come the homeless looking for help and shelter.

  7. Video for Tikanga Māori food verification system extends to other cultures
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    Tikanga Māori food verification system extends to other cultures

    Hua Parakore is the world's first indigenous food verification system based on tikanga Māori and is expanding to other cultures. The system was showcased at the Mātauranga Māori symposium, a gathering of Aotearoa's most unique, innovative and creative minds to share new developments in indigenous education.

  8. Video for Free garden boxes to tackle poverty in Māngere
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    Free garden boxes to tackle poverty in Māngere

    Papatuanuku Kōkiri Mārae and My Backyard Garden Project are taking the Reduce Reuse Recycle philosophy to new heights, building 100 recycled gardens free of charge for Māngere families in need.

  9. Video for Marae feeds needy with free fish off-cuts
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    Marae feeds needy with free fish off-cuts

    Papatuanuku Kokiri marae is taking its no waste initiative to new heights, confronting nutritional, environmental and community issues by collecting unwanted fish waste from an Auckland boating club. The marae together with the Outboard Boating Club (OBC) have a community focused vision that ensures not a single fish off-cut goes to waste.

  10. Video for Free vege gardens destined for Rotorua whānau and kindergartens
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    Free vege gardens destined for Rotorua whānau and kindergartens

    Fifty-eight Rotorua families and eight local kindergartens are to be given free vegetable gardens and will be taught to grow their own food.  Te Kāea talks to Te Rangikaheke Kiripatea who has been a key figure in making this happen.

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