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  1. Video for School fire leaves 400 kids in one classroom
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    School fire leaves 400 kids in one classroom

    Apanui School is now running classes at the local hall after fire.

  2. Video for Whakaari He rā Whakamaumaharatanga
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    Whakaari He rā Whakamaumaharatanga

    Whakaari - One Year on: One off Live coverage of the official remembrance event to mark the first anniversary of the Whakaari/White Island eruption on the 9th December 2019.

  3. Video for Whakatāne mother to remain lead vocalist for Tomorrow People
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    Whakatāne mother to remain lead vocalist for Tomorrow People

    Te Aranga was chosen from about 150 other wāhine who submitted videos for the role.

  4. Video for Rangatahi-led group helps Whakatāne youth find their passion
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    Rangatahi-led group helps Whakatāne youth find their passion

    The Find Your Fish Movement is a non-government organisation run by rangatahi for rangatahi to help them find their passion in life, holding workshops and also providing care packages for whānau in need over the lockdown. Rangatahi led organisation provide care packages for whānau over lockdown

  5. Video for Iwi organisations take the lead to set up  COVID-19 testing centres
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    Iwi organisations take the lead to set up COVID-19 testing centres

    Two iwi organisations have taken the lead to ensure Māori can access COVID-19 testing in a Māori environment.

  6. Video for Big financial effort for Whakatāne whānau but 'heart is always towards kids'
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    Big financial effort for Whakatāne whānau but 'heart is always towards kids'

    Aotearoa Māori tag football team from Whakatāne says the tournament is an awesome opportunity for their kids but, with the team being self-funded by the parents, it can sometimes be a challenge.

  7. Video for 118 million litres of wai Māori exported for 52c per litre
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    118 million litres of wai Māori exported for 52c per litre

    The government and local councils gave the green light to suck up 118 million litres of wai Māori, at a mere 52 cents a litre last year. A Chinese water bottling giant in Otakiri wants to increase that amount by 154,000 bottles an hour. In defending their application to bottle the wai, Creswell NZ LTD said that New Zealand’s reputation could be tarnished because the government actively encouraged the company owners to invest here.

  8. Video for 3.7 million plastic Chinese bottles infuriate Otakiri locals
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    3.7 million plastic Chinese bottles infuriate Otakiri locals

    A Chinese bottling giant is seeking Māori approval to suck more water from Otakiri Springs, near Whakatane. The Environmental Court granted consent for their expansion, but locals are not happy.

  9. Video for Whakatōhea return to moana, after rāhui lifted
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    Whakatōhea return to moana, after rāhui lifted

    Te Whakatōhea iwi coastline rāhui. This morning a contingent of 20 people met at Paerata ridge for a special ceremony to lift the rāhui and open their seas up for business as usual. 

  10. Video for Rāhui on Whakaari, is anyone really listening?
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    Rāhui on Whakaari, is anyone really listening?

    The prohibition and cautions of rāhui across coastal areas have been supported by many living in the Bay of Plenty region out of respect for those affected by the Whakaari eruption. But Christmas, hot weather and the need for seafood has seen some disregard the rāhui. Te Ao spoke to Mātaatua iwi, who are doing their best to hold the rāhui frontline, about the situation.

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