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  1. Video for Far North whānau receive left over donations from Te Puea Marae
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    Far North whānau receive left over donations from Te Puea Marae

    Te Puea Marae has donated their leftover food and household goods to He Korowai Trust in the far north. The distribution of the goods by 14 local organisations began in Kaitaia this morning.

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    Iwi leader challenges Collins to visit impoverished communities

    Iwi leader Rahui Papa and a South Auckland Whānau Ora provider are challenging National MP Judith Collins to visit impoverished communities following her comments blaming parents for child poverty.

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    Homelessness recommendations good starting point- Huri Dennis

    The Māori Party, the Greens and Labour are calling on National to step-up immediately to remedy the country's growing homelessness crisis. This follows the release today of the findings of the cross-party inquiry into homelessness where more than 500 grassroots submissions were condensed into 20 recommendations.

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    Manurewa Marae has opened its doors to whānau in need

    As part of the Whakapiki Ora project, Manurewa Marae has opened its doors to those families in need of emergency accommodation.

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    Manurewa Marae opens their doors to homeless next week

    Manurewa Marae will open its doors next week to shelter the homeless. 230 volunteers and service providers of the Whakapiki Ora Programme ran through their final induction today.

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    Native Affairs Special – Social Service Experts

    Is there really a poverty problem in New Zealand? Many kiwis say if people stopped smoking, drinking alcohol and having babies, they’d have more money to live on. What do you think?

  7. Video for Aradhna's soulful sound brings warmth to City Mission
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    Aradhna's soulful sound brings warmth to City Mission

    NZ songstress Aradhna will be giving a special performance tonight, called Neighbourhood Watch Showcase, to assist the Auckland City Mission to help the needy during the winter period. People will be able to experience the showcase by donating a blanket. 

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    Salvation Army launches winter appeal to aid those in need

    The Salvation Army is launching its first ever winter appeal ahead of one of their busiest times of the year. 

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    Plans for more homes but is it enough

    Housing Minister Nick Smith has announced that 59 new social housing homes will be built in West Auckland. However, the South Auckland community, who turned out to support the Park Up for Homes event in Māngere last night, says it still doesn't answer the current homeless problem in Auckland.

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    Native Affairs- A Racist Tax?

    “Racist” is how one academic describes the government's plans to tax tobacco an extra 10% every year, for the next four years. Dr Marewa Glover says despite a decade of tax hikes, there has been no significant drop in Māori smoking rates.  So, the new tax regime will be an unfair burden for Māori smokers.

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