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  1. Video for Tokona Te Raki - Looking forward to a better future
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    Tokona Te Raki- Looking forward to a better future

     Eruera Prendergast-Tārena talks about Tokona Te Raki, some of Ngāi Tahu's work in preparing its rangatahi for secure employment.

  2. Video for Temperzone workers struggle to pay bills and support whānau after being laid off
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    Temperzone workers struggle to pay bills and support whānau after being laid off

    Members of E Tū union are calling for the company to reinstate leave and reimburse the loss of wages for affected employees.

  3. Video for Far north whānau first to benefit from new jobs
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    Far north whānau first to benefit from new jobs

    Far North families will be among the first to benefit from the government's new "shovel-ready projects."

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    At-risk rangatahi to benefit from $30m investment in employment programme

    Employment Minister Willie Jackson says some people, including rangatahi, have struggled to get a solid foothold in the job market.

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    Election countdown begins

    The big issues Maori will vote on.  

  6. Video for Tairāwhiti wins Covid battle but has yet to win the war
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    Tairāwhiti wins Covid battle but has yet to win the war

    The group spearheading the Tairāwhiti recovery comprises iwi, industry and local government rōpū. Named Rau Tipu, Rau Ora, the regional recovery plan aims to bring lost jobs back to the troubled rohe.

  7. Video for Wage subsidy extended for eight weeks
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    Wage subsidy extended for eight weeks

    From today, businesses still struggling due to Covid-19 losses can apply for a further eight-week wage subsidy.

  8. Video for Economic downturn will hit Maori the hardest
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    Economic downturn will hit Maori the hardest

    The Maori party says the economic downturn will be detrimental to Maori and Maori will be hit the hardest.   

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    Māori economy can recover and will- Nanaia Mahuta

    Trade Minister David Parker says rising protectionism and nationalism are halting New Zealand's economic recovery. However, he and Associate Minister Nanaia Mahuta have a plan to revitalise international trade despite the difficulties.

  10. Video for Willie Jackson eager to fund training plans for rangatahi
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    Willie Jackson eager to fund training plans for rangatahi

    Employment Minister Willie Jackson says the government wants to fund entities who will train young people and help them get into work. He says that these entities don't need money — they just need a well-oiled plan.

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