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  1. Video for Popular Auckland seafood and fish 'n' chip store delivers to whānau
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    Popular Auckland seafood and fish 'n' chip store delivers to whānau

    An Auckland business closed by COVID-19, is instead storing and delivering fresh kai to whanau.

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    Mamas Donuts excited to re-open next week

    Mamas Donuts is one of the many Māori eateries that have been affected by the level four lockdown. Co-owner of Mamas Donuts Botany, Raella Kahuroa are excited to get their shop back up and running next week. But things may not go back to the way that they expected when they opened earlier this year.

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    Food delivery still not a viable option for some restaurants

    Level 3 provides is expected to provide a lifeline for some food services, but it is still not a viable option for many restaurants around the country, including Hiakai restaurant in Wellington which specialises in Māori cuisine.

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    Māori businesses faced with challenges adapting to Level 3 restrictions

    Māori businesses are planning how to adapt if the country moves to Alert Level 3. after the government announced the new restrictions under the level yesterday.

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    Iwi leaders partner with food service to provide kai to vulnerable whānau nationwide

    Iwi leaders nationwide are partnering with Haumi ē, an Auckland-based food and logistics collaboration to ensure whānau and kaumātua are fed without having to compromise their bubbles.

  6. Video for Auckland food distributor sends pork bones to Ngāti Wai
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    Auckland food distributor sends pork bones to Ngāti Wai

    Over a tonne of prime pork bones were transferred to Northland communities. 

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    5000 fruit and vege boxes supplied to whānau during COVID-19

    The 120,000 tamariki who received free fruit and veges in schools before the lockdown have not been forgotten. The 5+ A Day Charitable Trust partnered with the Ministry of Health to deliver fruit and veges to schools will now send 5000 boxes of fruit and veges a week to the community.

  8. Video for Programme that encourages whānau to smoke kai, not cigarettes
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    Programme that encourages whānau to smoke kai, not cigarettes

    "Smoke Kai, not Ciggies" is a campaign run by Mike Pocklington (Ngāpuhi) and his team from Ready Steady Quit - a free service based in Auckland. The campaign aims to help clients avoid idleness during this lockdown period by providing them with weekly tutorials on how to smoke their own kai at home. 

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    500 e-commerce websites offered to help food, beverage businesses recover

    Award-winning web design firm Zeald is offering 500 e-commerce websites free of charge to help NZ food and beverage businesses with their post-lockdown recovery. The websites are normally valued at $7,000 each.

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    Northland communities to receive first shipment of food parcels

    Northland communities will receive the first delivery of food packs today following a collective effort by several iwi within the Auckland and Northland boundaries.

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