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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 Farmers took to the cities to protest new taxes, and their dogs are barking mad about it too.

      G Red Nose Day raises money for research into child health conditions. Cure Kids ambassador Isla shows us a new device to diagnose lazy eye in kids and explains her own condition, diabetes.

      G What is a migrant, and why are they protesting in the middle of Auckland? We meet some families who are missing loved ones stuck in other countries because of COVID-19 border closures.

      G The Warehouse has released a list of the top 10 toys sold over the past decade. Our kid judges review and play with the winners, and share their own favourites.

      G Tāne Wolfgramm customises rugby boots with art and players are loving them. They may have also been the secret weapon that helped the Blues win the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman competition!

      G Our reporters meet two Olympians set to represent New Zealand in Tokyo. In Auckland a karate queen shows us her moves, and in Christchurch we bounce along with a trampolining champ.

      G Kea Kids News travels to Te Waha O Rerekohu Area School to see how history lives right in the school grounds. The school is home to Te Waha o Rerekohu, an ancient pōhutukawa.

      G We head to Kaukapakapa to meet 10-year-old Liam, who is a real plant expert. He takes us through a nursery and explains just why he loves plants so much.

      G A young boy tells Kea Kids News about his experience in the recent tornado which ripped through his house.

      G We head to the Auckland Museum to explore the new Sea Monsters exhibition.

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