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  1. Video for Whānau warned to not fall for pyramid schemes and conspiracy theories during lockdown
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    Whānau warned to not fall for pyramid schemes and conspiracy theories during lockdown

    Tapatahi spoke to Bay of Plenty regional councillor, actor and director Toi Iti on the show today about the dangers of being online during lockdown.

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    Māori businesses get much needed COVID-19 help

    The lockdown period is having an effect on many Māori businesses across the country. While some have been able to adapt to work from home or shift to online platforms others are worried about the long term prospects of their businesses if the lockdown extends beyond the four weeks originally scheduled. 

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    Customers call for virtual check-in at more NZ supermarkets

    So far the text service is being trialled at New World Kumeu and PAK’nSAVE Royal Oak in a bid to improve customer comfort and safety in response to the Level 4 COVID-19 lockdown.

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    The impact of COVID-19 on Māori businesses

    There are some businesses have already folded and others that may make it through the next few months. But a major concern lies for what will happen for business in the future.

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    500 e-commerce websites offered to help food, beverage businesses recover

    Award-winning web design firm Zeald is offering 500 e-commerce websites free of charge to help NZ food and beverage businesses with their post-lockdown recovery. The websites are normally valued at $7,000 each.

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    Businesses can freeze debt temporarily- Govt

    Businesses will be able to freeze existing debt temporarily under new rules announced this afternoon by the Minister of Finance, Grant Robertson at the Govt update in response to COVID-19.  

  7. Video for Pasifika stallholder: Last minute cancellation was 'ridiculous'
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    Pasifika stallholder: Last minute cancellation was 'ridiculous'

    The Pasifika Community are reeling in shock at the last minute cancellation of the Auckland Pasifika Festival. Many had come from overseas, bringing the treasures of their homelands to sell in Aotearoa.

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    Māori grow indigenous business links at US summit

    Te Ohu Whai Ao Co-Chair Rachel Petero says Reservation Economic Summit will help her trust better understand how to grow the Māori economy through indigenous business collaboration.

  9. Video for First Māori power company shares profits with whānau
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    First Māori power company shares profits with whānau

    Ezra Hirawani and Ben Armstrong have developed the first-ever Māori owned power company Nau Mai Rā. This company is different from the rest because instead of driving all of their profits to the big players in the power industry, they're sharing their profits to fund initiatives to benefit whānau.

  10. Video for Government help Māori enter Medicinal Cannabis industry
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    Government help Māori enter Medicinal Cannabis industry

    Medicinal cannabis is coming and the Ministry of Health are holding a series of workshops, to prepare Māori stakeholders to enter the industry. The Ministry hopes to provide forums to ask questions, get advice, and assist Māori for when Government begins taking license applications in April.

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