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    Te Arawa to help Rarotonga tackle starfish outbreak harming reefs

    A project that could see Te Arawa helping Rarotonga with a starfish outbreak jeopardising its coral reef, has just been given a financial boost by Te Pūtea Whakatupu Trust.

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    The secret to the world's best manu: 'Just be confident'

    Photo / Te Ao Toa The manu competition was held up north in the weekend in the freezing winter but we Māori love 'manus' any type of weather.

  3. Video for Te Arawa Commonwealth games diver keen to make diving a bigger sport in Aotearoa
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    Te Arawa Commonwealth games diver keen to make diving a bigger sport in Aotearoa

    Te Arawa’s Anton Down-Jenkins will lead Aotearoa in the dive pool at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham next month.

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    One person dead in diving incident near Owaka Heads, Hinahina

    Police were alerted about midday.

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    Te Maeva Nui Highlights Package

    Highlights of the 2019 Te Maeva Festival, featuring all the top performers and performances.

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    Highlights of the 2019 Te Maeva Festival, featuring all the top performers and performances.

  7. Video for Update: Two bodies found in search for Otago divers
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    Update: Two bodies found in search for Otago divers

    The Police National Dive Squad has this morning recovered two bodies off the southern coast of Otago after two men on a diving trip were reported missing yesterday.

  8. Video for Ngunguru school students learn about ecological literacy and kaitiakitanga
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    Ngunguru school students learn about ecological literacy and kaitiakitanga

    Year 7 and 8 students from Ngunguru school are taking part in an ecological literacy and kaitiakitanga programme which provides students with experiences to develop empathy for the natural world.

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    Social worker in Moko case unaware of abuse

    Māori Women's Refuge worker Trina Marama, who assisted the woman sentenced for the manslaughter of 3-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri, Tania Shailer, reiterated that she knew nothing about the abuse inflicted on the toddler prior to his death at the second day of the corners inquiry in Rotorua.

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    He Momo: A Rare Find – Part One

    He Momo is a collection of Te Kāea news features about New Zealanders who have a unique lifestyle. Kiwis who are rare in what they do and how they live. In part one we profile a lifestyle entrepreneur; a male weaver; a lone elderly woman who refuses to abandon her marae; the hired gun turned evangelist; the deep sea diving MP and an adventurer.

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