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Te Kura Huna o Te Urewera (The Hidden Treasure of Te Urewera)

Te Kura Huna o Te Urewera (The Hidden Treasure of Te Urewera) speaks to the relationship of the Tūhoe Tuawhenua community and the kererū (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae), a manu rangatira (chiefly bird).

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A new way to tell science stories

Mobilising for Action co-lead Dr Marie McEntee has joined with colleagues from the University of Auckland and with Kauri Rescue to tell the story of this citizen science project in a new, interactive and immersive way.

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Can feral cat control increase lambing rates?

This summer could tell the Cape to City team if their efforts to control feral cats have paid off.

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Mātauranga Māori special issue

Mātauranga Māori received long-overdue time in the spotlight in early December, at the launch of a special edition of the New Zealand Journal of Ecology (NZJE).

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Tranche 2 Dec 2019 update

The scoping and design process for Tranche 2 is now complete and we have several new projects underway . . .

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Early career leads pay off

Early career researchers are normally associated with uncertainty: short-term contracts, a need for experience, but few opportunities to get any.

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Priority research investment: Māori-led research

Social-ecological systems are a crucial element in the long-term preservation of our taonga species and ecosystems, so our aim is…

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Priority research investment: Surveillance

In order to know the full effect of kauri dieback and myrtle rust we must closely observe them as they…

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Kauri Rescue going strong after new lease on life

Initially supported by the BioHeritage Challenge, Kauri Rescue was set up to help treat kauri dieback on private property during…

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Training up Stink Bug finders

Field trips designed to teach students about the science behind protecting New Zealand’s primary industries such as kiwifruit production.

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