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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Mussel Up
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    Native Affairs – Mussel Up

    Twenty years ago, Whakatōhea iwi had the vision to run its own mussel business. Now, the dream has come true and we were there to see how the new farm will help the local Ōpōtiki community.

  2. Video for Youth take first dive at sea
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    Youth take first dive at sea

    After twelve weeks the youth of Te Whanau o Waipareira's Nga Kawa o Tangaroa free dive programme finally set out to gather seafood for their families. They hit the water this week putting their training to the test, targeting kina for the catch-bag.

  3. Video for NZ oyster shucker shucking way to the top
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    NZ oyster shucker shucking way to the top

    Clevedon Coast Oyster shucker Iosefa (Joe) Kalasini is off overseas next week to compete in two oyster opening competitions - including the World championships in Ireland. 

  4. Video for Native Affairs - Saving Toheroa
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    Native Affairs- Saving Toheroa

    Although the shellfish delicacy was nearly wiped out, in some parts of Aotearoa they're starting to thrive through conservation work. Locals from Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē / 90 Mile Beach are about to start their plans to save the toheroa. But, it may not be popular.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - A Culinary Voyage
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    Native Affairs- A Culinary Voyage

    In Rarotonga Native Affairs met Ngāpuhi chef Sam Timoko. Sam has a unique recipe for success. He's passing on his culinary skills to young, local chefs and taking charge of the food stores on-board traditional waka, sailing around the Pacific. Mātai Smith explains.

  6. 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. 

  7. Video for Inaugural Rotorua Summer Seafood Fest a hit
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    Inaugural Rotorua Summer Seafood Fest a hit

    The inaugural Rotorua Summer Seafood Festival has been a hit this weekend with over 1000 tickets sold.  The festival's main backers are Te Arawa Fisheries Group and local Rotorua businesses.

  8. Video for  My Town Series - Isolated Hawkes Bay community brings Māori & European together
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    My Town Series- Isolated Hawkes Bay community brings Māori & European together

    In the southernmost part of Hawke's Bay, the small coastal township of Porangahau is home to the longest place name in the country.

  9. Video for Northland hapū to study badly depleted Whangarei seafood stocks
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    Northland hapū to study badly depleted Whangarei seafood stocks

    Northland hapū, Patu Harakeke, is the first to receive local Regional Council funding to conduct their own research into the harbour’s badly depleted seafood stocks.

  10. Video for Japanese chef adds gourmet touch to traditional hāngi
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    Japanese chef adds gourmet touch to traditional hāngi

    Miso flavoured salmon isn't your usual hāngi offering but this is the dish Chef Makoto Tukoyama has come up with for the Gourmet Hāngi Challenge which is part of this year's Auckland Food Festival.

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