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  1. Video for Ngāi Tahu withdraws legal action after agreement reached over reclassification of Whenua Kaitiakitanga
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    Ngāi Tahu withdraws legal action after agreement reached over reclassification of Whenua Kaitiakitanga

    A Ngāi Tahu mana whenua panel has been established to work with DOC and Minister Kiritapu Allan as part of the arrangement reached between the parties.

  2. AKE AKE AKE – THE STORY OF IHUMĀTAO – ON MĀORI+ AND ON MĀORI TELEVISION!

    AKE AKE AKE an emotive, powerful, and at times confronting three-part documentary recounting events surrounding the historic Ihumātao occupation, available on the MĀORI+ app, 16 July, and premiering 19 JULY 8.30 PM on MĀORI TELEVISION.

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    Why Indigenous knowledge should be an essential part of how we govern the world’s oceans

    Two New Zealand academics say there is an opportunity to empower traditional and contemporary Indigenous forms of governance and management of oceans for the benefit of all people and the ecosystems they are part of.

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    Use of word 'kaitiaki' questioned by Tame Malcolm

    Is the word 'kaitiaki' being used correctly?

  5. Video for Reviving the rivers
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    Reviving the rivers

    Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti woman Mere Tamanui has been nominated for an NZ River Award.  As an environmental protector she strives to see freshwater thrive for future generations.

  6. Video for Rupapera hopes to maintain traditional teachers for others
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    Rupapera hopes to maintain traditional teachers for others

    Playing a kaitiaki role in handling dead whales when rescue efforts had failed, Harina Rupapera is taking her experiences into schools and communities with the hope this knowledge doesn't fade away.

  7. Video for Giving oceans a voice through public art
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    Giving oceans a voice through public art

    Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans is a public art programme bringing messages of ocean conservation into streets around the globe.  Now, it's taking over the streets of Gisborne.

  8. Video for Will you take on Pipiri ki a Papatūānuku?
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    Will you take on Pipiri ki a Papatūānuku?

    In just two days time winter will be upon us. On the same day, an environmental initiative, Pipiri ki a Papatuanuku will kick off.    

  9. Video for Closing ‘forest areas’ not enough to save Kauri, says iwi
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    Closing ‘forest areas’ not enough to save Kauri, says iwi

    Auckland Council's environment committee has unanimously voted for more closures in the Waitakere Ranges to protect against Kauri dieback disease but iwi Te Kawerau-a-Maki say that doesn't go far enough.

  10. Video for Seabed mining in Taranaki could put endangered marine life at risk
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    Seabed mining in Taranaki could put endangered marine life at risk

    Local iwi Ngāti Ruanui and Ngā Rauru Kītahi have voiced strong opposition to a bid by Trans Pacific Resources Ltd to mine the iron sand seabed off the coast of Pātea. If the bid is accepted by The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), spokesperson for Forest and Bird Melanie Nelson says it will be detrimental to marine life including the endangered blue whale.

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