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  1. Video for Hawke's Bay farmers under immense pressure from drought
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    Hawke's Bay farmers under immense pressure from drought

    A severe drought in Central Hawke's Bay is putting immense pressure on farmers as it heads into its seventh month of well-below average rainfall.

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    Three Māori kaimahi nominated for Ahuwhenua Horticulture award

    The finalists in the Ahuwhenua Young Māori Grower Award 2020 have been announced. They are: Brandon Cross (Ngāi Tukairangi, Ngāi Te Rangi, Te Whanau-a-Apanui, Ngāti Porou), Maatutaera Tipoki Akonga (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Kahungungu) and Finnisha Nicola Letitia Tuhiwai (Ngāpuhi).

  3. Video for Cook Island planters make use of Government agriculture package
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    Cook Island planters make use of Government agriculture package

    Cook Islands' Ministry of Agriculture is offering free seedlings, fertiliser, organic pesticides and tractor-work for growers and home gardeners to provide food security as part of its' emergency COVID-19 support package.

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    $150,000 for 8000 hectare drought affected farm "inadequate"

    This summer’s drought on Tairawhiti is having a huge impact on local farmers and their livestock. So the Government has allocated $150,000 to be shared affected regions which is inadequate according to one Maori farm.

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    Govt’s primary sector led plan to reduce emissions is “all back to front,” says Māori farmer

    The Government in partnership with the primary sector today announced its 2025 plan to reduce emissions in NZ.

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    Govt’s primary sector led plan to reduce emissions is “all back to front,” says Māori farmer

    The Government in partnership with the primary sector today announced its 2025 plan to reduce emissions in NZ. While Māori farmers already "part of a solution to move things faster."

  7. Video for Fonterra failures cause Māori to diversify
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    Fonterra failures cause Māori to diversify

    Fonterra's latest net loss of $605 million mean that one Māori farm is diversifying into industrial hemp and sheep milk products.

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    Passion for land and people breeds success

    Twenty-year-old Kristy Maria Roa of Ngāti Maniapoto is the winner of the 2019 Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Award.

  9. Video for King whānau work hard to achieve farming success
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    King whānau work hard to achieve farming success

    Eugene and Pania King are the owners and operators of Kiriroa Station at Matawai, north-west of Gisborne. The husband and wife team are the 2019 winners of the Ahuwhenua Trophy for the top Māori sheep and beef farm in Aotearoa.

  10. Video for Iwi want law change to commercially farm trout
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    Iwi want law change to commercially farm trout

    Central North Island iwi are calling for a law change to commercially farm trout.  Aotearoa is the only country in the world where it is illegal to buy or sell the fish and an iwi leader says the outdated law is locking them out of a lucrative business.

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