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    Climate protests hit the streets around NZ

    Activists are set to take action today in Auckland, Thames, Tauranga, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch and Dunedin.

  2. Video for Rāhui to protect Matapōuri Mermaid Pools
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    Rāhui to protect Matapōuri Mermaid Pools

    An official rāhui has been placed over one of New Zealand's popular destinations, the Matapōuri Mermaid Pools.  To mark the occasion, the local hapū unveiled a guardian post, a prohibition marker to help restore the pools to a healthier state.

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    Rangatahi step up to tackle environmental issues

    Young leaders are tackling some of the country's biggest issues as part of a rangatahi initiative.   Te Ao spoke to rangatahi Māori at The Blake Inspire Leadership Development programme in Waikato.

  4. Video for Descendants of Matakarapa call for a restore of Foxton Loop
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    Descendants of Matakarapa call for a restore of Foxton Loop

    Descendants of Matakarapa, the ancestral home of Ngāti Raukawa hapū, are calling on the government to restore the Manawatū River flow through the Foxton Loop.

  5. Video for New 'dark sky' reserve planned for Hokianga
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    New 'dark sky' reserve planned for Hokianga

    A dark sky reserve is a place which restricts the amount of artificial light, resulting in less light pollution. So far there are only 13 in the world, including the largest at Aoraki Mount Cook National Park.

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    The ancient practice of muttonbirding is under threat

    Hundreds of Waitaha, Ngāi Tahu and Ngāti Māmoe whānau have flocked to the 21 tītī islands 30km south of Bluff, for the ten week long season which opened on March 15.

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    Building affordable, sustainable, environmentally-friendly whare

    With house prices soaring, the community in the Ngāti Porou township of Ruatoria are empowering themselves through education around using natural resources to build homes.

  8. Video for Black hole "resembles Whiro, atua of darkness" - Māori astronomer
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    Black hole "resembles Whiro, atua of darkness"- Māori astronomer

    Dr Rangi Matamua has weighed in on the first ever image of a black hole, saying it reminds him of Whiro, the god of darkness in Māori mythology.

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    More homes needed to adopt wild Kaimanawa horses

    Up to 80 horses will be saved from slaughter but more homes are needed to adopt them.

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    Rongoā Māori plants at risk from climate change

    Some plants traditionally used in Māori medicine may become less available as a result of climate change according to new research.

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