October 27-November 2: Including the 2012 New Zealand Music Awards

By Fiona Rae In TV Week

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27th October, 2012
SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 Saving Tuna (Maori, 8.30pm). The plight of the Antarctic toothfish has been highlighted; now here’s another threatened aquatic species, although this one is closer to home. It’s about the New Zealand longfin eel, which is intrinsically tied to our waterways and inland lakes. Its survival is now threatened, making it a reminder of the importance of keeping our waterways clean. The eel breeds only once, at the end of its life, when it leaves New Zealand and swims 5000km to spawn in the tropical Pacific. It’s thought the females ...

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