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  1. Video for BUDGET 2019: $593m funds to support Māori and Pasifika
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    BUDGET 2019: $593m funds to support Māori and Pasifika

    More than half a billion dollars has been allocated over four years to support Māori and Pacific aspirations, signalled as one of five priority areas under the Wellbeing Budget 2019.

  2. Video for Govt boost forestry to drive regional development
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    Govt boost forestry to drive regional development

    Regional development has received support through the funding of forestry and employment initiatives in Budget 2019, both areas of significance in the East Coast where Gisborne District Councillor Meng Foon welcomes the announcements.

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    $50m boost for Te Papa

    One of the country’s largest museums has received a $50m budget increase over four years to maintain its buildings and showcase exhibitions.

  4. Video for Northland and East Coast addiction services to benefit in Wellbeing Budget
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    Northland and East Coast addiction services to benefit in Wellbeing Budget

    A record $1.9 billion dollars is to be invested in mental health services, with $200m set aside to improve mental health facilities.

  5. Video for TAHUA 2019 - Special Newsbreak 4pm
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    TAHUA 2019- Special Newsbreak 4pm

    In this special Tahua 2019 newsbreak, Te Ao hears from our Māori ministers Nanaia Mahuta, Kelvin Davis and Peeni Henare. We also expand on details with our Budget Analyst, Brook Grant.

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    Govt plans for million people to speak te reo by 2040

    The government says it is committed to ensuring that basic te reo is spoken by a million people in Aotearoa by 2040. At least $20mil has been allocated in the budget to achieve that.

  7. Video for TAHUA 2019 - Special Newsbreak 2.30pm
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    TAHUA 2019- Special Newsbreak 2.30pm

    More than half a billion dollars has been allocated over four years to support Māori and Pacific aspirations, signalled as one of five priority areas under Wellbeing Budget 2019.  But National Party Leader Simon Bridges has called for Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Treasury head Gabriel Mahklouf to resign following the budget leak saga earlier this week.

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    Māori whānau to benefit from $80m boost to Whānau Ora

    It comes after Whānau Ora failed to receive any new funding in last year's budget. The new funding will be spent over four years.

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    A well-meaning Budget 2019 offers almost half a billion for Māori

    With almost half a billion dollars in targeted funding for Māori and an emphasis on mental health and living, Budget 2019 is certainly a well-meaning Budget for Māori.  However, it remains to be seen whether the government's lofty ambition to create the world's first 'Well-being' Budget will bring lasting change.

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    Finance minister's response after being urged to resign

    After being urged to resign by national Party leader Simon Bridges, finance minister Grant Robertson has spoken out about how he feels after the confidential Budget information was leaked.

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