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  1. Video for Kura teachers' tsunami plan: “Sit on rooftops and wait”
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    Kura teachers' tsunami plan: “Sit on rooftops and wait”

    A Gisborne kura kaupapa teacher is saying that should a tsunami hit their school, their only option is to sit on top of their classrooms and wait for the water to subside.

  2. Video for Gisborne tsunami plan to save innocent lives
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    Gisborne tsunami plan to save innocent lives

    An evacuation plan is on the cards to alert Gisborne whānau to evacuate in the event of a tsunami that could kill thousands.

  3. Video for White Island Tours continue for first time since Whakaari eruption
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    White Island Tours continue for first time since Whakaari eruption

    No prohibitions had been placed on Moutohorā following the eruption, but the tour had been temporarily ceased out of respect for the victims, staff and affected families.   

  4. Video for Rongowhakaata tsunami plan will save their most vulnerable whānau
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    Rongowhakaata tsunami plan will save their most vulnerable whānau

    Rongowhakaata have identified holes in the current emergency plans for the rohe. Current procedures do not have evacuation steps in place for kaumātua who live outside of cell-phone coverage and our hauā community.   To address this take, Tairawhiti iwi want to create an emergency protocol in the wake of Gisborne District Council’s tsunami report. Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust chair Moera Brown told Te Āo Māori News that two marae, Whakatō and Manutuke will be open to whanau when disasters come, “It’s just a matter of ensuring to give that support to the particular marae in respect of providing that service and resource.”  

  5. Video for Whakatōhea return to moana, after rāhui lifted
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    Whakatōhea return to moana, after rāhui lifted

    Te Whakatōhea iwi coastline rāhui. This morning a contingent of 20 people met at Paerata ridge for a special ceremony to lift the rāhui and open their seas up for business as usual. 

  6. Video for Rāhui on Whakaari, is anyone really listening?
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    Rāhui on Whakaari, is anyone really listening?

    The prohibition and cautions of rāhui across coastal areas have been supported by many living in the Bay of Plenty region out of respect for those affected by the Whakaari eruption. But Christmas, hot weather and the need for seafood has seen some disregard the rāhui. Te Ao spoke to Mātaatua iwi, who are doing their best to hold the rāhui frontline, about the situation.

  7. Video for Tauranga Moana iwi plans ahead for potential natural disasters
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    Tauranga Moana iwi plans ahead for potential natural disasters

    Whakaari's eruption means that tsunami and earthquakes could follow. Is the government prepared? Ngai te Rangi is volunteering their marae as Civil Defence Centres, but progress is yet to be made.

  8. The Borneo Case

    This film intimately follows the trail of an unlikely group of activists whose aim is to investigate how profits from the illegal logging that has annihilated more than 90% of the Malaysian Borneo

  9. BLUE

    BLUE is the story our generation need to hear.  The industrialization that has occurred in the oceans over the last century, mirrors the events that triggered mass extinctions on land.  Industrial scale fishing, habitat destruction, species loss and pollution have placed the ocean in peril.  The very nature of the sea is being irretrievably altered.  BLUE is a provocative journey into the ocean realm, witnessing this critical moment in time when the marine world is on a precipice.

  10. Video for Road closures following West Coast deluge
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    Road closures following West Coast deluge

    Highways, roads and public areas remain closed today following the deluge of severe weather in Westland on the West Coast of the South Island.

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