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  1. Video for Fisheries Officers are urging seafood gatherers not to be greedy
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    Fisheries Officers are urging seafood gatherers not to be greedy

    Don't go over the limit, that's the message from Fisheries New Zealand who are encouraging those diving for seafood in the middle of summer to follow regulations and ensure stocks aren't depleted.

  2. Video for Māori businesses to benefit from new food labelling bill
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    Māori businesses to benefit from new food labelling bill

    Customers will soon know how far their apples fall from the tree with the passing of the Consumers' Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Bill.  The bill introduces mandatory labelling to inform consumers where their meat, fruit, seafood and vegetables come from.

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    Illegal seafood sellers could face $1mil fine

    A fine of over $1mil is being suggested for a fishing company whose stakeholders include Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated.

  4. Video for Northland man sentenced to jail for pāua poaching
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    Northland man sentenced to jail for pāua poaching

    The investigation identified approximately $12,000 worth of pāua illegally gathered.

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    Slash affects East Coast seafood stocks- Kaumatua

    East Coast locals are angry that pine-slash still blankets beaches after flooding and severe rainfall hit the region this month. Locals say washed up seafood has died after becoming trapped in the debris severely affecting stocks which many use to feed their families.

  6. Video for "Thieves" poach haul of kina and crayfish from Gisborne reserve - DOC ranger
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    "Thieves" poach haul of kina and crayfish from Gisborne reserve- DOC ranger

    A group of people caught allegedly poaching crayfish and kina from a Gisborne Marine reserve have had vehicles seized and will face court charges. The Department of Conservation (DoC) says the illegal haul is unacceptable.

  7. Video for MPI urges seafood gatherers to know their limits
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    MPI urges seafood gatherers to know their limits

    For many Māori families, seafood takes center place on the Christmas menu and are preparing to gather the delicacy for the celebration meal. However, the Ministry of Primary Industries is urging everyone to only fish and gather shellfish within the legal limits.

  8. Video for Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders
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    Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders

    Some Te Whakatōhea youth will soon learn to build an ocean vessel with the builders of New Zealand's Black Magic who won the America's Cup in 1995. McMullen and Wing have partnered with Whakatōhea Iwi and Whakatōhea Mussels to build the vessel in an effort to create employment for the region and its young people.

  9. Video for Ministry cracks down on illegal kaimoana sales online
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    Ministry cracks down on illegal kaimoana sales online

    A significant increase in the number of illegal seafood sales via Facebook has prompted the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) to warn those offending that they will face penalties for violating the Fisheries Act. 

  10. Video for Businesses and tamariki team up to feed homeless
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    Businesses and tamariki team up to feed homeless

    In the spirit of Matariki, the Māori New Year, Te Puni Kōkiri have partnered up with local communities and Newton Central School to provide food and entertainment for those in need. Doors were opened at Lifewise Merge Café on Karangahape road to feed the homeless.

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