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    MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: It seems that with the Government's bold claim of making 90% of NZs rivers 'swimmable' by 2040, is <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU3MzE= /National's-'alternative-facts'-when-it-comes-to-Water-quality'>Read more</a>
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    Kapa haka fans have a big weekend ahead of them as the best groups in the country show what they’ve got <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU3Mjk= /Singing--hits-beautiful-note-at-kapa-haka'>Read more</a>
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    After years of negotiating and planning, three Taranaki iwi this week received their settlement cash. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU3Mjg= /Te-Atiawa-ready-to-build-putea'>Read more</a>
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    Labour MP Peeni Henare says Te Matatini is kaupapa Maori in action. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU3Mjc= /Political-rivals-clash-as-pool-of-death-swirls-by'>Read more</a>
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    One of the speakers at this week’s Taniwha Dragon economic summit says indigenous branding can enhance the organic brands that are <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU3MjU= /Indigenous-brands-add-to-premium-offering'>Read more</a>
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Fri 24 Feb 03:45 pm
Singing hits beautiful note at kapa haka
Kapa haka fans have a big weekend ahead of them as the best groups in the country show what they’ve got on the stage at the Hawked Bay Sports Arena.
Fri 24 Feb 03:21 pm
Te Atiawa ready to build putea
After years of negotiating and planning, three Taranaki iwi this week received their settlement cash.
Fri 24 Feb 03:15 pm
Political rivals clash as pool of death swirls by
Labour MP Peeni Henare says Te Matatini is kaupapa Maori in action.
Fri 24 Feb 03:06 pm
Water quality plan falls short of iwi standard
The Freshwater Iwi Leaders Group says water quality will always miss out if decision-makers are required to balance the economic and environmental considerations, and transformational change is needed to put water quality first.

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MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: It seems that with the Government's bold claim of making 90% of NZs rivers 'swimmable' by 2040, is more like Donald Trump's 'alternative facts' than true care about the state of our polluted rivers and lakes.
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