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    Social supermarket opens in Whangārei

    The 155 Whare Āwhina community house in Whangārei has teamed up with Foodstuffs to open a social supermarket.

  2. Video for Papatoetoe Central School opens Māori language café for Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori
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    Papatoetoe Central School opens Māori language café for Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori

    Papatoetoe Central School in Tāmaki Makaurau did something unique to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori  last week.

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    London-based Māori chef cooks hāngī-inspired feast fit for a King

    London-based Ngāti Raukawa chef Matt Burgess designs menus for a restaurant chain – and it’s impressing the foodies of England.

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    Four Square joins Māori Language Week with shopping translator app

    Supermarket chain Four Square, which provides the essentials in small towns across Aotearoa, has joined in supporting the kaupapa of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori with a new app for shoppers.

  5. Video for Taumarunui pair win silver at the NZSCC
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    Taumarunui pair win silver at the NZSCC

    By Aaron Ryan, Te Rito journalism cadet. Small towns may have few restaurants - but they are still producing talented chefs-to-be.

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    Self-checkouts to have te reo Māori option at Countdown

    A collaboration between Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (The Māori Language Commission) and Countdown sees customers able to use self-checkouts in te reo Māori.

  7. Video for Wholesome whānau kai an award-winning recipe for Māori businesswoman
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    Wholesome whānau kai an award-winning recipe for Māori businesswoman

    A vision to deliver quality kai using whānau recipes has seen Reni Wereta-Gargiulo recognised at the Māori Businesswoman Awards.

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    Cafe-quality kai from throw-away supplies

    A South Auckland social enterprise has come up with a community-based solution to fix our "broken food system".

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    Māia Ink tattoos Papakura residents who donate a bag of groceries for needy families

    Leroy Roberts is flanked by other Māia Ink artists Kimball Roberts and Rose Breedon. Photo / supplied

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