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    TAHUA 2017: Mental Health receives $224 million

    Mental Health will receive and extra $224 million over four years which includes $124 million focused on innovative approaches.

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    TAHUA 2017: What you need to know

    Te Kāea breaks down Budget 2017 to show you what you need to know.

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    TAHUA 2017: $205 mill boost for Social Housing

    Social Housing Minister Amy Adams has announced that Budget 2017 will provide $185 million of new operating over the next four years and $20 million of capital for housing support for families in need. This is in addition to the Accommodation Supplement changes contained within the Family Incomes Package.

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    TAHUA 2017: $37.3 mil towards reducing family violence

    Budget 2017 invests $37.2 million of operating funding to reduce the harm caused by family violence.

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    TAHUA 2017: Māori Party claims thin slice of Budget pie for ‘whānau’

    The Māori Party’s ‘at the table’ strategy of supporting the National-led government in exchange for policy concessions for Māori has helped net $122mil in Budget 2017 funding for Māori-specific initiatives according to the party’s leadership.

  6. Video for TAHUA 2017: NZ Screen Industry

    TAHUA 2017: NZ Screen Industry

    Over $300 million has been allocated to support the continuation of the New Zealand Screen industry grants, both globally and domestically.  Māori are calling for more in order to support the ever-increasing demands within the industry.

  7. Video for TAHUA 2017: REREĀTEA Midday News

    TAHUA 2017: REREĀTEA Midday News

    This is the first Budget for Finance Minister Steven Joyce and given it's an election year and with National keen to maintain the balance of power in Parliament it's an important one. 

  8. Video for Māori Nurses want $2.3 bil returned to health budget

    Māori Nurses want $2.3 bil returned to health budget

    The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) is calling for $2.3 billion to be put back into health funding at this year's budget. Deputy kaiwhakahaere Titihuia Pakeho says figures released by the Council of Trade Unions shows a huge cumulative funding gap since 2009/2010, which has hindered basic care treatment of patients. 

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    $74.6m to develop tech-savvy Aotearoa businesses

    This year the Government is injecting $74.6 million into increasing demand for research and development projects. The money will boost "Growth Grants" distributed by Callaghan Innovation. 

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    $27 million allocated to marae and Māori housing

    As a part of the 2017 Budget, it was announced that $27 million will go towards supporting marae and helping more whānau to find affordable housing. 

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