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    Budget 2020 makes promises for Māori tourism

    The New Zealand tourism industry, which has arguably been the hardest hit by the impact of COVID-19, is to benefit from a major funding injection announced by Government today.

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    Māori pie-making business survives lockdown despite stresses

    Bosun Paki, owner of The Tasty Pastry Company (trading as Luv-a-Pie), has seen a 40-50% drop in his pie sales. He was fortunate to operate during the lockdown because Luv-a-Pie supplied essential services rather than the public. But he says that stress has been his biggest challenge.

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    Building industry looking forward to what Budget 2020 may hold

    Like others in the building industry, Jarrod Tua (Ngāpuhi, Tainui) was left high and dry because of COVID-19. What will today's Budget announcement mean for his business, Wolf Projects Building Solutions, and others?

  4. Video for Indigenous businesses promoted through new AT initiative
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    Indigenous businesses promoted through new AT initiative

    A carpark and driveway are currently being constructed at Makaurau Marae and Kōhanga Reo in Ihumātao, South Auckland. This is part of the “Supplier Diversity” initiative being carried out by Auckland Transport that aims to help businesses owned by indigenous peoples, minority ethnic groups, women and social enterprises to be engaged in supply chains.

  5. Video for Small business owner not losing sleep over Budget
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    Small business owner not losing sleep over Budget

    Owner of "Texas Pete" BBQ joint in Hamilton, Jared MacDonald (Ngāti Porou) says that he would rather have all lockdown restrictions removed than receive money from the government. This statement comes ahead of the budget announcement this Thursday. 

  6. Video for Opening under Level 2 won't bring an income - Lu Lu's Bar and Eatery
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    Opening under Level 2 won't bring an income- Lu Lu's Bar and Eatery

    Owners of Lu Lu's Bar and Eatery in Ōtautahi, Christchurch say opening under Level 2 restrictions doesn’t mean they’ll be able to make an income.

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    Cabinet agrees we are ready to move into Level 2- Jacinda Ardern

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a downgrade to Alert Level will commence on Thursday 14 May.

  8. Video for "What we really need is a minister to champion our cause" - Cafe operator
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    "What we really need is a minister to champion our cause"- Cafe operator

    An events manager and cafe operator is calling for a Minister of Hospitality to advocate for his industry. Paul Retimanu says that an estimated 15-20% of hospitality businesses will shut down because of COVID-19 and the Government needs to help.

  9. Video for Govt to announce difficult decision whether or not to move to Level 2
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    Govt to announce difficult decision whether or not to move to Level 2

    Minister Kelvin Davis says it’s a big decision to make for the Government to move the country to Level 2, especially with the potential risk of COVID-19 cases to rise.

  10. Video for Buy Māori Made - By Māori, for Māori, about Māori
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    Buy Māori Made- By Māori, for Māori, about Māori

    Buy Māori Made is a new social media platform promoting and helping small Māori businesses get on their feet following the lockdown. In just a little over a week, the Facebook page has attracted over 18,000 members and is proving to be popular as some businesses are selling out of products.

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