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  1. Video for Waimana café owners eager to reopen, grateful for community support 
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    Waimana café owners eager to reopen, grateful for community support 

    As the alert level comes down next week, businesses which are able to operate under the level 3 rules are preparing to open for business.  Although Nukuhou North Café and Takeaways in the Bay of Plenty are used to takeaway services, there have been some challenges they have had to overcome. 

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    Cafe-Jacko uses lockdown to inspire fresh start

    Local Palmerston North Māori cafe owner, Jacko Stephens, has been serving up cafe favourites to the local community for the past 10 years.

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    Whakatāne takeaways ready to fire up the grill post-lockdown

    Whakatāne local businesses Nukuhou North Café & Takeaways and CAFE4U will have two very different Tuesdays next week as the nation looks to move to Alert Level 3.

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    Changes see 20% of ANZ Premiership and Silver Ferns retainers frozen

    Netball New Zealand, ANZ Premiership Teams and the New Zealand Netball Players Association have agreed to a range of salary freezes and conditions that apply to Silver Fern squad members and ANZ Premiership players.  

  5. Video for Māori Asphalt company turns into distribution centre amid Covid-19 response
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    Māori Asphalt company turns into distribution centre amid Covid-19 response

    A small whānau-owned Christchurch roading company has turned their workshop into a distribution centre for hygiene packs to be sent to more than 5000 families across the South Island.

  6. Video for Hamilton business needs help to keep smoking hot
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    Hamilton business needs help to keep smoking hot

    "What we need is money to help to pay for the rent. And I'm not talking in a year, or in a month. I'm talking rent that was due yesterday. I wasn't able to pay my rent on the 20th, but I, fortunately, was able to work out a deal with my landlord," says Texas Pete AKA Jared MacDonald.

  7. Video for Auckland Night Markets cravings to be fulfilled in Level 3
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    Auckland Night Markets cravings to be fulfilled in Level 3

    As Aotearoa eagerly awaits Level 3, many will be looking to have a break from home-cooked meals and utilise food delivery and fast-food drive-through services. The Auckland Night Markets business will be taking its service on the road via their new app, which is currently the most downloaded "Food & Drink" app in NZ.

  8. Video for Mike Smith: Failure to change economy will cause 'catastrophic disaster'
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    Mike Smith: Failure to change economy will cause 'catastrophic disaster'

    If we do not change to an environmentally sound economy, a catastrophic disaster awaits. That was the message that Iwi leaders forum climate change chair Mike Smith today.

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    Let's shop Māori, Let's spend Māori- Tautoko!

    Rotorua is facing tough times so Te Arawa community figure Rawiri Bhana has found a way to encourage people to shop, support and spend with Māori-owned local businesses and individuals in the city.

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    Business Facebook group set up to support Māori business

    "Let's shop Māori, let's spend Māori" - That is core kaupapa of a new Facebook Group set up to help Māori businesses recover from the effects of COVID-19.

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