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  1. Video for Hāngī business looks to franchise to help whānau Māori
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    Hāngī business looks to franchise to help whānau Māori

    Te Kawe Ratu (Tūhoe), owner of Da Hāngī Pit, is offering a slice of the ‘business pie’ to whānau Māori - franchising his food stalls for a one time only offer to help whānau recovering from the impact of the COVID lockdown.

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    Ngāti Porou Seafoods lands the big one with AHIA

    Ngāti Porou Fisheries' AHIA Freshly Smoked Kahawai Manuka Honey has been awarded Seafood NZ Water Champion, after receiving a GOLD award from judges at the Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards 2020. 

  3. Video for Blue Marlin weighing 273.75 kg wins Gisborne’s biggest fishing comp
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    Blue Marlin weighing 273.75 kg wins Gisborne’s biggest fishing comp

    Two brothers from Hawke's Bay have dominated the biggest fishing competition in Gisborne, catching a Blue Marlin and a Striped Marlin heavier than their competitors and collecting $10,000 in prize money.

  4. Video for Kaimoana “flying out the door” at Toby’s Seafood
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    Kaimoana “flying out the door” at Toby’s Seafood

    Thousands of kina, oyster, mussel and raw fish punnets are flying out the door at Auckland's Toby's Seafood as rāhui throughout Northland and Bay of Plenty continue to impact whānau preparing for a traditional kaimoana hākari this Christmas. The Māori owned business says it has not even entered its two busiest days of the year. 

  5. Video for "Leave your ideas up north" - Hicks Bay whānau say to Shane Jones
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    "Leave your ideas up north"- Hicks Bay whānau say to Shane Jones

    Whānau in Wharekahika are fighting against the government’s proposal to build a port to barge logs out of Hicks Bay in Te Tairāwhiti.

  6. Video for Enabling whānau through traditional and modern kai practices
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    Enabling whānau through traditional and modern kai practices

    'Creating Space' is an initiative in Tūranganui a Kiwa Gisborne helping the community develop skills gathering and preparing food from the wild.

  7. Video for Reconnecting people to the land and sea through kai
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    Reconnecting people to the land and sea through kai

    Two hunter-gatherers from Te Tairawhiti are teaming up to empower their community through an open day called "Creating Space" that aims to teach people skills and tips about gathering, preparing and cooking wild meat and kaimoana.

  8. 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.

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    Sacred Māori reserve ‘desecrated’ by commercial activity

    Commercial activity along 90 Mile Beach is causing major damage to areas of extreme significance to local iwi and hapū.

  10. Video for Ngāti Porou one step closer to Takutai Moana settlement
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    Ngāti Porou one step closer to Takutai Moana settlement

    A convoy of Ngāti Porou are on their way to parliament for the third and final reading of the Ngā Rohe Moana o Ngā Hapū o Ngāti Porou Bill, the first of the Marine and Coastal Area Act 2011.

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