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  1. Video for Reports of gunman at Papakura MSD, police responding
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    Reports of gunman at Papakura MSD, police responding

    Police respond to reports of armed gunman at Papakura WINZ.

  2. Video for Survey: Māori continue to experience government agencies' 'violence'
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    Survey: Māori continue to experience government agencies' 'violence'

    A survey, He Waka Eke Noa: Māori cultural frameworks for violence prevention and intervention, has highlighted continued state 'violence' against Māori.

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    $7 million boost in funding for food security networks

    The extra funding will help with the distribution of an additional 60,000 food parcels and 10,000 wellbeing packs.

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    Ngāpuhi teenagers living on their own struggling to cope

    Vulnerable teenagers living on their own in lockdown have received a helping hand from a team of rangatahi. 

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    Support available for whānau and communities affected by COVID-19

    Whānau and communities affected by current COVID-19 alert levels are being encouraged to access the support available through the Ministry of Social Development and Whānau Ora.

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    Māori more likely to return to benefit within year of leaving- MSD survey

    The Ministry of Social Development surveyed just over 100,000 people who stopped receiving a main benefit.

  7. Video for Rotorua locals want homeless outsiders gone
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    Rotorua locals want homeless outsiders gone

    Director of Visions of a Helping Hand Tiny Deane, "They are running scared for their lives."

  8. Video for $64.2 million in WINZ food grants during lockdown quarter
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    $64.2 million in WINZ food grants during lockdown quarter

    Out of the $390,718,220 in WINZ hardship grants handed out in the first half of 2020, $93.5 million was purely for kai.

  9. Video for Auckland Action Against Poverty calls for end to benefit sanctions
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    Auckland Action Against Poverty calls for end to benefit sanctions

    While the benefit sanction for mothers who don't name the fathers of their children has gone, many other sanctions remain.

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