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Kea Kids News

News by kids, for kids from the far North to the far South of New Zealand and all the places in between.

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    Season 1, Episode 1

    G Maren follows the journey of just one of the thousands of guns being handed in around Aotearoa in the Gun buy back scheme. Where will it end up? Then James from Wellington gets the real story behind the story that won big at The NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.

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      G We get the sauce on why tomatoes are so cheap and discover some new uses for old tomatoes. Plus, we find out about the life-changing LEGO sessions being offered to autistic kids.

      G Kea Kids News heads to New Zealand's Rural Games in Palmerston North to discover more about some quirky sports. Plus, we chat to Wellington Phoenix striker Ben Waine, the club's youngest ever goal-scorer.

      G We go behind the scenes with a speedy Kiwi driver on track to a bright future. Plus, we meet Tyleah, Hunter and Grayson Po'e Tofaono, who are NZ's first Pasifika chess champions.

      G During the "Meet a Muslim" campaign, we get a kids-eye view from a Manurewa mosque. Plus, we check out a secret art exhibition hidden on the rooftops.

      G We bring you the news you didn't hear from the country's big sports awards, and uncover the secrets of Aotearoa's first scientists.

      G Brother and sister Charli and Archer Sabine reveal the secrets to their family’s giant feijoa-growing feats, and our intrepid fashion reporter Fern gets some classy advice from New Zealand's famous designer Karen Walker.

      G We hear from four-year-old Lydia Golding, who was born with a much shorter right leg, and we catch up with Waikato farmer Rob Atkinson as he receives his latest batch of dung beetles.

      G Kea Kids News unearths a piece of New Zealand sporting history, and two brothers tell the tale of saving a couple of distressed penguins on Waiheke Island.

      G We head to Taranaki to catch up with two kids campaigning to reduce speeds on their roads, and we meet 13-year-old Kinston Taylor-Voyle, a high flying young golfer who wants to take on the world's best.

      G We discover the competitive world of barbecuing! Plus, we're on the snow with blind kids who try skiing, some for the very first time.

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