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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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. 

  4. 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.

  5. Video for Govt likened to loan sharks over student loans
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    Govt likened to loan sharks over student loans

    A New Zealander in Perth says he regrets getting a student loan and says the government are worse than loan sharks.  John Gemmell of Ngāti Maniapoto has a student loan debt of around $40,000 and hasn't paid a cent back.

  6. Video for Partnership aims to boost Chatham Islands economy
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    Partnership aims to boost Chatham Islands economy

    Iwi Moriori and Ngāti Mutunga have partnered with Aotearoa Fisheries Limited (AFL) to launch a new processing plant on the Chatham Islands with the aim of boosting the islands economy.

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    Increase in KiwiSaver withdrawals highlight growing financial hardship

    A staggering number of New Zealanders are withdrawing from their KiwiSaver schemes due to financial difficulties. 

  8. Video for Iwi reject that permission was sought for use of their tukutuku design on new $10 bill
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    Iwi reject that permission was sought for use of their tukutuku design on new $10 bill

     Te Hau ki Tūranga Trust is rejecting the claim by the National Reserve Bank, that permission was sought to have their tukutuku patterns on the new ten dollar bills. 

  9. Video for Te Rarawa shocked following waste management contract termination
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    Te Rarawa shocked following waste management contract termination

    A backward move for the community and the environment. This from Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa in regard to the termination of their waste management contract in the Far North with the district council giving it to outside companies. Up to fifty jobs will go with the loss of the contract.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Staying Afloat
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    Native Affairs- Staying Afloat

    Nearly 100,000 Kiwis are living daily in hotels, caravans, and even cars.

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