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  1. Video for Indigenous Australian chefs show themselves on the plate
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    Indigenous Australian chefs show themselves on the plate

    A group of indigenous chefs in Australia are pleasing the tastebuds of international guests with their unique flavours. 

  2. Video for Rotorua drive-through hāngī sells out, more to come
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    Rotorua drive-through hāngī sells out, more to come

    One of the largest Māori-owned tourist attractions in Rotorua, Mitai Māori Village, has come up with a new venture to earn some cash following the impact of COVID-19.

  3. Video for "Mamas" offer free donuts for orders made in Samoan
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    "Mamas" offer free donuts for orders made in Samoan

    Māori-owned business Mamas Donuts is teaming up with renowned social influencer "Palagi Boi" in an effort to promote unity between Māori and Pasifika businesses. Three new Samoan style doughnuts are being released by "Mamas" in celebration of Samoan Language Week this week, but that's not the only surprise they offering for their customers.

  4. Video for Kai parcels for families affected by job losses
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    Kai parcels for families affected by job losses

    The delivery of food parcels to the elderly and underprivileged is continuing in Whangarei district and now includes families affected by job losses due to the pandemic.  

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    $213mil to get Kiwi exporters back to work

    Trade and Export Growth Minister David Parker says this will not only help established exporters but will help newcomers to export as well. The Government is confident that this will help bring back lost jobs.

  6. Video for Māori pie-making business survives lockdown despite stresses
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    Māori pie-making business survives lockdown despite stresses

    Bosun Paki, owner of The Tasty Pastry Company (trading as Luv-a-Pie), has seen a 40-50% drop in his pie sales. He was fortunate to operate during the lockdown because Luv-a-Pie supplied essential services rather than the public. But he says that stress has been his biggest challenge.

  7. Video for Tūwharetoa wāhine pass on ‘Rēwena-thon’ challenge to Tainui
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    Tūwharetoa wāhine pass on ‘Rēwena-thon’ challenge to Tainui

    Janice assigned 11 of their most superb bakers who teamed up from their bubbles to make 250 rēwena for their kaumātua during the nation's lockdown.

  8. Video for Opening under Level 2 won't bring an income - Lu Lu's Bar and Eatery
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    Opening under Level 2 won't bring an income- Lu Lu's Bar and Eatery

    Owners of Lu Lu's Bar and Eatery in Ōtautahi, Christchurch say opening under Level 2 restrictions doesn’t mean they’ll be able to make an income.

  9. Video for Wairoa business serves up fish and chips for local pakeke
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    Wairoa business serves up fish and chips for local pakeke

    An idea grown out of COVID-19 restrictions has proven so popular that it may become a regular feature for a fish n chip shop in the small Hawke's Bay town of Wairoa. 

  10. Video for Wakatū Inc works on producing indigenous crops
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    Wakatū Inc works on producing indigenous crops

    COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the Wakatū Incorporation at the top of Te Wai Pounamu. Wakatū owns vineyards, orchards, marine farms and property. This includes well-known brands like Tohu Wines and kono. While their business has carried on through the lockdown, they have also turned their attention to growing indigenous crops.

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