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  1. Video for Ngāti Kahungunu to provide fresh fish packages for kaumātua and vulnerable whānau
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    Ngāti Kahungunu to provide fresh fish packages for kaumātua and vulnerable whānau

    Ngāti Kahungunu iwi has implemented Kai Hau Kai, its customary fishing, which will provide fresh fish packages to kaumātua and vulnerable families in the region, due to the hardship faced during the lockdown.

  2. Video for New $79.4 million Ōpōtiki Harbour could create 2,000 jobs
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    New $79.4 million Ōpōtiki Harbour could create 2,000 jobs

    A project costing $79.4 million to build a new harbour in Ōpōtiki is expected to create around 2,000 jobs to one of the country's towns with the highest levels of social and economic deprivation. Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones announced the "game-changing" project today, saying it will revitalise the township of Ōpōtiki and the wider Eastern Bay of Plenty.

  3. Video for Coronavirus: Gisborne exports work on contingency plans
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    Coronavirus: Gisborne exports work on contingency plans

    Ngāti Porou Seafoods Group could be returning their live lobster catch intended for the China market to the ocean after a halt in export demands following the mysterious coronavirus. The challenges of the deadly virus have been felt in the Gisborne region, in the export of lobsters, horticulture, fisheries and now logging.

  4. Video for Iwi still struggling to claim mana motuhake over Te Oneroa a Tōhē
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    Iwi still struggling to claim mana motuhake over Te Oneroa a Tōhē

    Te Oneroa a Tōhē or Ninety Mile Beach is world-famous for its fishing and tourism, but for many years now it has also been the subject of Māori concerns about over-fishing and declining shellfish.

  5. Video for Govt Inaction Compels Northern Iwi to Impose Rāhui
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    Govt Inaction Compels Northern Iwi to Impose Rāhui

    The Fisheries Minister will seek a briefing on consultation and engagement with Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē locals who’ve expressed concern over the environmental damage caused by the heavy machinery employed to harvest mussel spat.

  6. Video for Concerned local films 'shocking' commercial activity on 90 Mile Beach
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    Concerned local films 'shocking' commercial activity on 90 Mile Beach

    A video of heavy-duty vehicles collecting mussel spat on 90 Mile Beach has fired up locals and is making waves on social media.

  7. Video for Māori fisheries and govt move to protect Māui dolphin
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    Māori fisheries and govt move to protect Māui dolphin

    Commercial fishing vessels will be required to operate with on-board cameras by the end of the year in an attempt to save the rare Māui dolphin population, and Māori are playing their part in helping to protect the endangered mammals.

  8. Video for Govt affirms mana moana of Ngāti Porou hapū
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    Govt affirms mana moana of Ngāti Porou hapū

    Landmark legislation has been passed with the third reading of the Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill at parliament Thursday.

  9. Video for Māori input essential for NZ marine conservation - US Professor
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    Māori input essential for NZ marine conservation- US Professor

    An American Professor of Environmental Management says Aotearoa could lead the world in marine conservation if there is strong Māori involvement.

  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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