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12 days ago

Have you seen Whangārei documentary Te Wao Nui?

Denise Piper Reporter from Whangarei Leader

UPDATE: Monitoring has shown rongoā Māori (traditional Māori medicine) is helping reverse the signs of kauri dieback.
Whangārei documentary Te Wao Nui has been chosen for the gala opening of the world's largest indigenous film festive, imagineNATIVE. Directed by Ngāriki Ngatae, the te reo Māori film investigates mātauranga Māori (traditional Māori knowledge) as a cure for kauri dieback disease. Click on the link below to find out more and to watch the short film.

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16 hours ago

Have you had a problem with roaming, aggressive dogs?

Denise Piper Reporter from Whangarei Leader

A Whangārei woman is so terrified of snarling, aggressive dogs that freely roam the streets that she no longer walks her grandson to school, instead spending about $30 a day on taxi rides. Whangārei District Council says there have been fewer dog attacks and complaints about rushing dogs this year, but more wandering complaints compared with the year before - and animal control have limited resources. Have you also had a problem with dogs? What do you think should be done about it?

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20 hours ago

What's On: Worm Farm &Composting Talk Whangaparaoa

Kowhai from Birkdale

This Worm Farm & Composting Talk offers an introduction to worm farming and composting. Hibiscus Coast Zero Waste will hold a talk during this time. Cost: Free. Book online: https://compostcollective.org.nz/events/worm-farm-and-composting-talk-whangaparaoa/
Worm Farm &Composting Talk Whangaparaoa
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