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  1. Video for Māmā Māori makes every dollar count to provide kai for tamariki
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    Māmā Māori makes every dollar count to provide kai for tamariki

    Counting every dollar, every week to put food on the table is what a Waingaro mother of four children has had to do. Food price inflation has forced her to go for cheap and less healthy options for

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    Discount supermarket chain canvassing launch in Aotearoa

    Aotearoa could soon welcome a third major supermarket chain as the government cracks down on the sector, currently dominated by Countdown owner Woolworths NZ and Pak'nSave and New World owner Foodstuffs.

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    Government takes tough stance on supermarket duopoly but online rival unconvinced

    Tiny online grocer Supie said the government's announcement today it would regulate the grocery sector would not do anything to ease the pain consumers are facing at the checkout.

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    Supermarket showdown: Ex Nat MP backs new Labour law

    National MP has taken the unusual step of praising the Labour government’s planned overhauls to Aotearoa’s supermarket duopoly.

  5. Video for Social supermarket to help put kai on the table with dignity
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    Social supermarket to help put kai on the table with dignity

    A new supermarket venture in Te Hiku o te Ika is hoped to provide some relief for whānau at the checkout as the cost of living continues to rise.

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    Māori-owned supermarket plans unveiled

    Kiwi kai is among the most expensive in the OECD thanks to a duopoly and now an investigation into how to get prices down has triggered the prospect of a Māori-owned supermarket chain.

  7. Video for Consumer NZ, Food & Grocery Council tell Parliament to bust supermarket duopoly
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    Consumer NZ, Food & Grocery Council tell Parliament to bust supermarket duopoly

    Sheree Stephens is a teacher and mother in South Auckland who worries every time she shops whether she has enough left over to save.

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    Covid restrictions meant terror attacker shopped alone- Police

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Police Commissioner Andrew Coster are holding a media conference to update the New Zealand public on the response to Friday's terror attack at the LynnMall in Auckland.

  9. Video for 'Pākehā customers' abusing frontline workers
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    'Pākehā customers' abusing frontline workers

    Supermarket worker Kalein Howard is pleading with the government for better protection over abuse and racial discrimination from Pākehā customers.

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    Calling out Countdown: Tāne’s video goes viral

    A tāne’s video calling out supermarket chain Countdown for their treatment of kuia and kaumātua in the Far North has gone viral with over 150,000 views.

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