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  1. Video for How fresh is our water?
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    How fresh is our water?

    New Zealand's rivers and lakes are under increasing pressure, according to the latest national report from the Ministry for the Environment and Stats New Zealand about the state of freshwater. The report measures the quality of our waterways, water quantity and flows, biodiversity in rivers and lakes, and the cultural health of freshwater.

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    Dream to see St Faiths Anglican Church become a Māori Cathedral.

    The St Faiths Anglican Church in Rotorua is in line to become a registered New Zealand heritage building, however, vestry member Don Bennett says their ultimate goal is to achieve a New Zealand Māori Cathedral status under the Anglican Church.

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    Nine days to complete sculptures at Sulphur Lake Symposium

    Seventeen of New Zealand's top local and national sculptors are in Rotorua this week for the Sulphur Lake Sculpture Symposium. 

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    Mysterious carvings potentially linked to Te Rarawa

    Carved pou have been found in a Far North farm shed that could link Te Rarawa to its pre-European past. Te Rarawa Runanga Chairman Haami Piripi says they now have to go through a process to determine the taonga's mysterious past.

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    First South Island wāhi tūpuna recognised by Heritage NZ

    The Toitu Tauraka Waka is the first place in Te Wai Pounamu to be recognised for its ancestral significance as a wāhi tūpuna under the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act 2014 on 22 January 2016. 

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    Native Affairs- Cash For Kapa

    Te Matatini National Kapahaka Competition is Aotearoa's largest Māori cultural event.

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    Te Matatini pleas for better government assistance

    Over 200,000 people either attended or tuned in to the live broadcast of this year's Te Matatini festival, organised by Te Matatini Kapa Haka Aotearoa.

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