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    $579m Māori health and wellbeing package revealed

    The government will invest almost $600 Million in Māori Health and wellbeing over the next 4 years.

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    $350 payment for 2.1 million people, in Budget attempt to tackle inflation

    People earning less than $70,000 a year are set to receive $350 as part of the government’s 2022 budget, the pūtea is designed to hedge against soaring costs of living, amid Aotearoa’s 30-year-high 6.9 percent inflation.

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    Case numbers drop to 11 today

    Another drop from yesterday's numbers sees 11 new community cases reported today by Public health director Dr Caroline McElnay.

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    Bledisloe Cup still on after Wallabies granted travel exemption

    Despite the Trans-Tasman bubble pause, the Australian rugby union team will be allowed to enter Aotearoa to play out their matches against the All Blacks.

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    New structure to be built next to Auckland Harbour Bridge

    Adding a SkyPath to the existing bridge would have made the structure unstable.

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    Robertson talks down budget surprises except for Māori approach

    "The inclusion of Māori and Pacific outcomes as one of the wellbeing outcomes, and the creation of entities such as the Maori Health Authority are a clear sign the government is committed to ensuring we have a partnership with Māori and Pacific peoples that maximises the opportunity to lead and benefit from the economic recovery."

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    NZX experiences its fourth cyber attack in four days

    NZX cyber-attacked for fourth consecutive day

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    Govt extends wage subsidies, assistance keep kaimahi employed

    Businesses that have experienced a 40% downturn will be eligible for the extended wage subsidy. This means an additional 40,000 employers will be able to receive the wage subsidy to aid their recovery.

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    How will Māori businesses and jobs fare after COVID-19?

    Our political reporter Heta Gardiner updates the nation on the latest Treasury projections on Aotearoa will fare, post COVID-19.

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