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  1. Video for Research looks at Māori attitudes and behaviour with money
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    Research looks at Māori attitudes and behaviour with money

    A new study at The University of Auckland to aims to measure how Māori identity shapes financial choices. Dr Carla Houkamau of the Māori and Pacific Development Department at the Business School says The Māori Identity and Financial Attitudes Study (MIFAS) may unlock the answers to why Māori are so economically disadvantaged.

  2. Video for Code of conduct needed for vulnerable whānau – Housing Advocate
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    Code of conduct needed for vulnerable whānau – Housing Advocate

    A south Auckland housing advocate is calling for the introduction of a code of conduct for private landlords and more focus to be put on affordable housing.

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    Students say abolishing allowances will deepen inequality

    The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations (NZUSA) have responded to the United Future Party's recent tertiary education policy announcement, warning that any plan to abolish Student Allowances would deepen inequality.

  4. Video for $30mil down the slots in NZ pubs and clubs
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    $30mil down the slots in NZ pubs and clubs

    Small gambling venues need to do more to prevent harmful gambling. This from Problem Gambling Foundation following the release of a Department of Internal Affairs report which found, pokies machines in small venues don't have continuous supervision against problem gambling like casinos do.

  5. Video for Survey links tertiary drop-outs to financial struggles
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    Survey links tertiary drop-outs to financial struggles

    Tertiary students are calling for an urgent increase in government support given the significant gap between the high cost of living and their incomes. Results from a UNITEC survey released today shows almost a third of students regularly go without food and basic necessities because they simply can't afford it.

  6. Video for Robett Hollis the lifestyle entrepreneur
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    Robett Hollis the lifestyle entrepreneur

    31-year-old Robett Hollis is a lifestyle entrepreneur with a number of different business ventures proving beneficial.  He says while many people associate success with financial gain he has a firm belief that it's not about money, but it's about pursuing your passion and utilising your strengths.

  7. Video for Up to $2.5mil needed to keep Urban Marae open
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    Up to $2.5mil needed to keep Urban Marae open

    An urban marae in Wellington is facing closure if more than $500,000 can't be raised to salvage it. Tapu Te Ranga Marae was built from recycled materials and off the backs of homeless youth, ex-cons, and gang members. Now it is appealing to the public to donate funds to save the building, which is a haven for those with nowhere to go.

  8. Video for 300 Tūākau whānau affected by budgeting cuts
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    300 Tūākau whānau affected by budgeting cuts

    Māngere Budgeting Services are shocked to see no government funding for their Tuakau Branch. CEO Darryl Evans says the majority of families they are working within Tuakau are Māori and will be heavily affected by the new change.

  9. Video for Survey reveals Wāhine spending habits
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    Survey reveals Wāhine spending habits

    Massey University financial director Dr Pushpa Wood has published a report on the spending habits of Māori women. She says a cultural responsive community model could be one way to improve their financial literacy. 

  10. Video for Manurewa Marae step closer to opening doors to homeless
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    Manurewa Marae step closer to opening doors to homeless

    Manurewa Marae is one step closer to opening its doors to the homeless. While preparations for the move are under way, Māori youth are onsite upskilling in financial literacy.

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