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  1. Video for Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē  locals want temporary ban on commercial fishing activity
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    Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē locals want temporary ban on commercial fishing activity

    Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē locals want a temporary rāhui on commercial fishing activity along the coast until the government can guarantee a robust environmental protection process.

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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.

  3. Video for ‘Cleaning up our rivers and lakes is a priority’ – PM announces $12m for waterways
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    ‘Cleaning up our rivers and lakes is a priority’ – PM announces $12m for waterways

    The government has announced the next step in its plan to clean up rivers and lakes by investing $12m to join forces with local communities to clean up waterways.

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    Call to allow BYO containers at all NZ food stores

    Countdown butcher Riki Kerekere, of Ngāpuhi, says as a country "we need to do a better job” at recycling and reusing plastics.

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    Piritahi Marae aims for eco-friendly future

    Piritahi marae on Waiheke Island is preparing their pā kainga for future environmental challenges by partnering with Energy Alternatives NZ. The move is designed to help the marae create strategies that will allow them to adopt a more eco-friendly approach. This innovative marae is embracing eco-friendly living, Waiheke style.

  6. Video for Funding boost to future proof Waiapu
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    Funding boost to future proof Waiapu

    The One Billion Trees Fund is allocating $5 million to address key environmental issues in the Waiapu Catchment, one of the East Cape's most rapidly eroding catchments.

  7. Video for Māori leader to sue the government over climate inaction
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    Māori leader to sue the government over climate inaction

    Chair of the Climate Change Iwi Leaders Group, Mike Smith is set to sue the government for failing to protect Māori from the effects of climate change.  Smith says the government's Zero Carbon Bill doesn't go far enough.  

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    New funding for recyclable food packaging

    Community group Pact NZ has received funding from the government to provide a piece of equipment that aims to increase the recycle value of household plastics.

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    Rāhui remains on parts of Lake Taupō

    The rāhui announced by Tūwharetoa will remain in place until it is deemed appropriate to lift it. It comes after a wastewater pipe collapsed causing around 800,000 litres of wastewater to spill into the lake earlier this week.

  10. Video for 'Enough is enough, stop the sediment dump' - Great Barrier locals
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    'Enough is enough, stop the sediment dump'- Great Barrier locals

    Great Barrier Island locals and iwi have had enough of their seas being treated as a dumping ground. They have taken to the streets of Auckland to protest against an Environment Protection Authority ruling that gives the green light to increase the dumping of sediment 25 kilometres off the east coast of the island.

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