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    Scooter rider dies after crash with vehicle in Gisborne

    The crash happened late Saturday night.

  2. Video for 'We're losing roughly half a metre a year in erosion'
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    'We're losing roughly half a metre a year in erosion'

    A group of freedom campers in Te Tairawhiti is opposing a proposed bylaw that, due to coastal erosion, would restrict camping from a spot they've held for over 20 years.

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    Environmentally friendly solution for homeless

    The Oasis Community Shelter in Tūranga Nui a Kiwa Gisborne is one-step closer to new modular 'living homes' that will house homeless people.

  4. Video for New trade bylaw removes mortuary waste from wastewater system
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    New trade bylaw removes mortuary waste from wastewater system

    Plans for dealing with mortuary waste using an approach based in tikanga Māori are gaining traction. 

  5. Video for Troy Kingi performs "Mighty Invader" at Gisborne's Waitangi Day Out
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    Troy Kingi performs "Mighty Invader" at Gisborne's Waitangi Day Out

    The Treaty of Waitangi and Captain James Cook's voyage to Aotearoa is the subject of singer Troy Kingi's song "Mighty Invader."

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    A step forward in democratic equity at regional councils

    Tears of joy from Gisborne District Council deputy mayor Josh Wharehinga, following the news that 5%-ratepayer initiated petitions forcing ratepayer polls on Māori wards has been revoked.

  7. Video for Armed police stop vehicle after bystander sees 'gun' on board
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    Armed police stop vehicle after bystander sees 'gun' on board

    An incident in Gisborne involving heavily armed police officers and a family has raised concerns about racial profiling. 

  8. Video for A sign of evolving and inclusive perspectives
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    A sign of evolving and inclusive perspectives

    Three rainbow groups operate in Te Tairāwhiti, one for those in school, one for older rangatahi and one that focuses on actions that uplift the mana of those in the community.

  9. Video for New councillor shows promise for relationships with iwi
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    New councillor shows promise for relationships with iwi

    "I stand in the middle of both two camps and got votes from both sides, and either way I voted was annoying half my base," Isaac Hughes said.

  10. Video for 'We've got to do this' - Gisborne District councilor
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    'We've got to do this'- Gisborne District councilor

    Nearly 50% of the population identify as being Māori, which is not reflected in the composition of elected members.

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