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  1. Video for Vanuatu revives coffee industry four years post Cyclone Pam
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    Vanuatu revives coffee industry four years post Cyclone Pam

    Vanuatu is reviving its coffee industry one batch at a time, four years after Cyclone Pam destroyed 90 percent of Tanna Island's coffee plantations, devastating the livelihoods of local farmers.

  2. Video for Coconut beetle threatens to destroy Solomon Islands coconut industry
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    Coconut beetle threatens to destroy Solomon Islands coconut industry

    The coconut rhinoceros beetle continues to destroy coconut trees by the millions in the Solomon Islands, and with no known cure yet it threatens the livelihoods of locals and their export markets.

  3. Video for Kura Kaupapa disappointed at lack of budget funds
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    Kura Kaupapa disappointed at lack of budget funds

    Kura Kaupapa Māori representatives welcome Government's $1.5 million investment in Te Rūnanganui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa, but say it falls short in terms of Māori immersion students, teachers and communities. Spokesperson Rawiri Wright says they hoped to see more support.

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    Indigenous Australians minister, at last Aboriginal

    An indigenous Australian is Minister of Indigenous Australians for the first time in the country's history.

  5. Video for BUDGET 2019: $593m funds to support Māori and Pasifika
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    BUDGET 2019: $593m funds to support Māori and Pasifika

    More than half a billion dollars has been allocated over four years to support Māori and Pacific aspirations, signalled as one of five priority areas under the Wellbeing Budget 2019.

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    PM: “When our children do better, we all do better”

    Today’s Budget is being firmly aimed at taking social issues that affect families in low-income situations, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced.

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    Finance minister's response after being urged to resign

    After being urged to resign by national Party leader Simon Bridges, finance minister Grant Robertson has spoken out about how he feels after the confidential Budget information was leaked.

  8. Video for Teachers consider career changes if no better offer
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    Teachers consider career changes if no better offer

    Teachers on strike in Tāmaki Makaurau say they would consider changing careers if the government doesn’t offer them a higher pay increase.

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    Mega teacher's strike hits the country

    Close to 50,000 school teachers are taking to the streets around Aotearoa in the largest ever industrial action by New Zealand educators.

  10. Video for National leaks Budget 2019 details - govt says some info correct
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    National leaks Budget 2019 details- govt says some info correct

    The government has confirmed that some budget details released by the National Party on Tuesday morning are correct, but says the figures provided are only partially accurate and are not from Budget 2019.

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