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  1. Video for Kōiwi found near Waikato construction site
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    Kōiwi found near Waikato construction site

    Human remains have been found at the construction site of the Waikato Expressway in Huntly. The remains were discovered in an area affiliated to several Tainui subtribes. 

  2. Video for Iwi gutted by raw sewage spill in Raglan estuary
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    Iwi gutted by raw sewage spill in Raglan estuary

    Raglan local Chloe Hartstone says a five-month ban for shellfish needs to be put in place. This comes after a major sewage pipe burst into the Raglan estuary. Despite warnings, people are still being seen out on the water. 

  3. Video for Waikato waterways fail first assessment
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    Waikato waterways fail first assessment

    Waikato River Authority (WRA) co-chair Tukoroirangi Morgan is not surprised that the Waikato River and its catchments have failed its first comprehensive assessment. This follows a report card released yesterday by the WRA that gave the catchment an overall C-plus, with several Waikato lakes and the Waipā River falling well below par. 

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    Native Affairs- Stillbirth

    This Native Affairs story comes with a warning because It covers a very sensitive kaupapa. Henrietta Turner was 38 weeks pregnant with her second child, when she was told he had died. Henrietta had planned a caesarean section. But when the baby died the C-section was cancelled and Henrietta had to deliver naturally. What happened next has led to a complaint being laid with the Health and Disability Commissioner - and an inquiry conducted by the Waikato Hospital.

  5. Video for Waikato Tainui outraged over proposed land sales
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    Waikato Tainui outraged over proposed land sales

    Waikato-Tainui is livid that Solid Energy is selling land in Huntly that is subject to Right of First Refusal.  That's according to the tribe's spokesperson Rahui Papa. Today, the tribe filed a statement of claim in the High Court at Christchurch to stop the land sale.

  6. Video for New Research shows Māori Masculinity Stereotyping
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    New Research shows Māori Masculinity Stereotyping

    The masculinity of Māori men is stereotyped.  That's according to new research by Waikato University's Professor Brendan Hokowhitu, that says Māori men were stereotyped in the past, and it continues today. 

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    Genuine taiaha goes to auction

    Ministry for Culture and Heritage has confirmed that a taiaha being auctioned on Trade Me as having belonged to the second Māori King is genuine but Waikato scholar Hoturoa Kerr wants Maori to disengage from the sale altogether.

  8. Video for Family backs Waikato-Tainui's Language Strategy
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    Family backs Waikato-Tainui's Language Strategy

    A family is backing Waikato-Tainui's new Language Strategy, which aims to have 80 percent of their iwi members speaking fluently by 2050. 

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    80% of Waikato-Tainui uri to be fluent in Te Reo by 2050

    Rāhui Papa, chairman of Waikato-Tainui tribal executive Te Arataura, believes eighty percent of iwi members will be fluent in Te Reo Māori by 2050.

  10. Video for DoC staff learn Waikato River history first hand
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    DoC staff learn Waikato River history first hand

    For the first time, Department of Conservation (DoC) staff are learning first hand, the historical significance of the Waikato River through a rowing expedition by the tribe. Waikato-Tainui want their relationship with the government department to be strengthened. 

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