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  1. Video for TAHUA 2018: Regional economic development on the horizon
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    TAHUA 2018: Regional economic development on the horizon

    The government has committed to investing $1bil over three years in regional economic development.  However, at the grassroots level in the Bay of Plenty people are not picking up the 1,200 seasonal kiwifruit jobs available because they are calling out for full-time employment.

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    TAHUA 2018: Labour shells out for Māori students

    This year’s budget includes a raft of initiatives to support Māori students and deliver te reo education in schools.

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    TAHUA 2018: No additional funding for Whānau Ora

    The Māori Party and commissioning agency Te Pou Matakana have expressed their dissatisfaction following Labour's announcement that there will be no additional funding for Whānau Ora. 

  4. Video for TAHUA 2018 - What's in it for Māori
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    TAHUA 2018- What's in it for Māori

    Budget 2018 highlights the theme of manaakitanga, with the government focusing on areas including health, housing and better education for rangatahi.

  5. Video for TAHUA 2018: Peters' Pacific Reset
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    TAHUA 2018: Peters' Pacific Reset

    Today's budget will confirm Winston Peter's pre-budget announcement of a huge $1bil increase in foreign affairs funding over the next four years.

  6. Video for TAHUA 2018: Cautious optimism for Arts allocation
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    TAHUA 2018: Cautious optimism for Arts allocation

    New Zealanders involved in the creative sector are awaiting the government's arts allocation in today's budget with cautious optimism.

  7. Video for Insight on BUDGET 2018
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    Insight on BUDGET 2018

    Today the new Labour Government will reveal what their plans are for the nation's annual Budget.   But who will benefit most from today's announcement?  

  8. Video for TAHUA 2018: Mouldy hospitals, empty shoes
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    TAHUA 2018: Mouldy hospitals, empty shoes

    Mouldy hospitals, nursing strikes, and rows of empty shoes symbolising the impact of suicide and mental health have marred perceptions of the public health system in 2017.  

  9. Video for KidsCan govt funding may be canned
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    KidsCan govt funding may be canned

    National children's charity KidsCan is anxious to hear whether they will receive any more government funding from this week’s budget. 

  10. Video for TAHUA 2018:  Hot topics for Rotorua locals
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    TAHUA 2018: Hot topics for Rotorua locals

    Homelessness, housing and mental illness are some of the areas those working on the ground in Rotorua hope will receive a boost in the government's budget announcement this Thursday.

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