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  1. Video for Nanaia Mahuta delivers petition to protect Pukeiāhua Pā to Parliament
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    Nanaia Mahuta delivers petition to protect Pukeiāhua Pā to Parliament

    Ngāti Tamainupō opposes a housing development on what was once the food pits of the ancient pā.

  2. Video for Waikato-Tainui unhappy with Auckland's plea for more water
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    Waikato-Tainui unhappy with Auckland's plea for more water

    Waikato-Tainui says Auckland Council should be talking to it - not a select committee - about taking water from the Waikato River.

  3. Video for Waikato-Tainui leaders to meet with Watercare execs over Akl water crisis
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    Waikato-Tainui leaders to meet with Watercare execs over Akl water crisis

    Waikato-Tainui leaders say the health and wellbeing of the Waikato River are paramount and must not be plundered to solve Auckland's latest water crisis.

  4. Video for Waikato-based hapū resume protest
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    Waikato-based hapū resume protest

    Ngāti Tamainupō have resumed their protest to protect the remaining borrow pits situated on the doorstep of Puke-i-aahua Pā in Ngāruawāhia. The Waikato-based hapū suspended their protest last weekend in the hope of resolving the matter face-to-face with the developers, however, that has not happened.

  5. Video for Waikato marae to remain closed in Level 2
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    Waikato marae to remain closed in Level 2

    While Aotearoa has moved into Alert Level 2 since Thursday 14 May, Māori King Pootatau Te Wherowhero VII has advised all marae in the Waikato region to remain closed until a review is held in June.

  6. Video for Puke-i-aahua Pā borrow pits become target of re-development
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    Puke-i-aahua Pā borrow pits become target of re-development

    A Waikato hapū is protesting the development of wāhi tapu in Ngāruawāhia.

  7. Video for Nawton Primary educators keep students engaged with Ukulele amidst nation lockdown
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    Nawton Primary educators keep students engaged with Ukulele amidst nation lockdown

    The ukulele rōpū known as ‘The Nawton Ukes’ have gathered online every Friday since Alert Level 4 was announced.

  8. Video for Mongrel Mob packs helping vulnerable whānau
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    Mongrel Mob packs helping vulnerable whānau

    Mongrel Mob Kingdom in Waikato is facing criticism for attaining essential worker status. However, King Tuheitia's spokesperson and the Māori Women's Welfare League President say if the gang didn't help this whānau, then who would have?

  9. Video for Mongrel Mob Waikato provide helping hand
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    Mongrel Mob Waikato provide helping hand

    Mongrel Mob Waikato are helping to distribute food and hygiene packs to families in need throughout the region, and they have the support of the Kiingatanga. 

  10. Video for Abuzz about maramataka for bee-keeping
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    Abuzz about maramataka for bee-keeping

    A Waikato anthropologist student has developed a maramataka tool for bee-keeping.

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