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    Pou whenua to reestablish 'cultural footprint' of Ngāti Waewae/Ngāi Tahu

    Unveiling of the pou marking the extension of the Kahurangi National Park in July 2019.   Photo Credit / DOC

  2. 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.

  3. Video for Taranaki Mounga project to restore the ‘mauri’ back to the mountain
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    Taranaki Mounga project to restore the ‘mauri’ back to the mountain

    Taranaki Mounga is an ambitious conservation project transforming the mountain, ranges and islands of Taranaki. 

  4. Video for DoC prioritises managing visitor numbers over waahi tapu
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    DoC prioritises managing visitor numbers over waahi tapu

    New Department of Conservation report on New Zealand's natural, cultural and historic heritage. 

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    73 tuatara returned to their ancestral homeland

    The taonga have been flown from Invercargill to their natural environment in the Marlborough Sounds.

  6. Video for Ngāti Porou kaitiaki wins NZ’s most prestigious conservation award
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    Ngāti Porou kaitiaki wins NZ’s most prestigious conservation award

    Graeme Atkins’ advocacy for restoring the health of the forests of the Raukūmara Range has helped secure a record $34 million investment in Te Raukūmara Pae Maunga project.

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    Kororā penguins get their own 'show' as breeding season gets livestreamed

    Streams go live on kororā penguins' breeding season

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    Tūturuatu breeding pairs rise on Waikawa Island

    Waikawa’s Tūturuatu /shore plover population has grown to 24 breeding pairs this year, passing the halfway mark to reaching its former population peak.

  9. Video for Jones disappointed with Taranaki Crossing delays but says it's up to iwi to drive it
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    Jones disappointed with Taranaki Crossing delays but says it's up to iwi to drive it

    Jones says since he’s not the minister of conservation it’s not his responsibility.

  10. Video for East Coast iwi 'shovel ready' to save their dying forest
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    East Coast iwi 'shovel ready' to save their dying forest

    On the East Coast where iwi guardians of Te Raukūmara Range are working to save their forest which lies between the Bay of Plenty and East Cape. Te Whānanu-ā-Apanui and Ngāti Porou have submitted a budget bid to the Minister of Conservation to support their restoration project.

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