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    Health outcomes appalling for high-income country- CPAG

    The latest Child Poverty Monitor released today by the Office of the Children’s Commissioner reveals that one in five children under the age of 15 experience moderate-to-severe food insecurity.

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    A nanny's struggle to survive

    A solo-mother in South Auckland leaves her full-time job as a social worker to study in the hope she receives more income when she graduates.  Ahead of a child poverty report due on Monday, Kimi Herewini wants better outcomes for low income families. 

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    Barbarian Papiriana Family

    Gangs are usually in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, but in Ōpōtiki the Mongrel Mob Barbarians are trying to be more community-minded.

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    A major win for the community

    The community of Kaiti in Tūranganui a Kiwa have ousted the pokie machines from the Kaiti Mall.  Tuta Ngarimu, manager of the Ka Pai Kaiti Trust, says the battle has been won but the war on pokies continues.

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    Concerns over period poverty among rangatahi

    According to a new survey, almost a quarter of New Zealand girls and women have missed school or work because they've been unable to afford sanitary items.

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    Encouraging ‘food sovereignty’

    Dozens of community pantries have popped up across the country in a push to provide food to those in need. But is this solving the issue of food poverty?

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    South Auckland open pantries unite the community

    Ōtara locals in South Auckland are delving into the community spirit with the launch of their own free fruit & vege stands.  The open pantry initiative encourages locals to donate and receive free food for their whānau.

  8. Video for Countdown lowers prices of sanitary products to reduce period poverty
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    Countdown lowers prices of sanitary products to reduce period poverty

    Countdown has dropped the price of its Homebrand and Select sanitary products to make them more affordable for women and girls in New Zealand.  The move is expected to save customers $750,000 a year.

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    Bus station opens doors to rough sleepers

    The community of South Auckland is taking homeless into their own hands, opening the doors of their bus station in Manukau to the homeless.

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    $1.4mil funded to achieve equity for Māori in Ngāi Tahu

    Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and the Peter McKenzie Project have together funded a new initiative to be led by social innovation hub Tokona Te Raki

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