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Waka - Episode 3

Introducing the waka carvers: Alika Bumatay. Made with support from NZ On Air. Video / A Tawera / E-Tangata

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Expanding 4 x 4.

Dan Cowper took Whanganui Chronicle's reporter Logan Tutty out for spin to show him some of his expanding business. Video/Bevan Conley.

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Waiouru
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Waiouru

Major Patrick Hibbs had that role from 2011 until his retirement from the Defence Force (NZDF) in February last year. During those years its population reduced from 3500 to about 650 people, with only 200 of those in uniform. Video / Bevan Conley

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Whanganui Walls 2021
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Whanganui Walls 2021

Auckland-based artist Flox is here for Whanganui Walls 2021. Video Ethan Griffiths/Bevan Conley

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Paul Jeffrey's Covid-19 warning to New Zealand
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Paul Jeffrey's Covid-19 warning to New Zealand

Paul Jeffrey and his partner Claudia Cedeño Machado returned to Jeffrey's hometown of Whanganui from Spain last October, after both had recovered from Covid-19. Paul wants to use his experience as a reminder of what could happen if New Zealand lets its guard down. Video/Mike Tweed

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Three waters reforms
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Three waters reforms

Whanganui mayor Hamish McDouall talks to Whanganui Chronicle reporter Laurel Stowell about the Government's three waters reforms.

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Steam on the awa
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Steam on the awa

Anyone who enjoys the sights and sounds of steamboats chuffing on the Whanganui River is in for a treat as a fleet of small vessels converged for a regatta.