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  1. Video for Tairāwhiti sisters supply healthy kai to vulnerable tamariki
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    Tairāwhiti sisters supply healthy kai to vulnerable tamariki

    Having lost 60kg between each other through changing their diet, they are now supplying free healthy kai to almost 500 vulnerable tamariki.

  2. Video for Whānau Ora leads the way in helping whānau during COVID-19
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    Whānau Ora leads the way in helping whānau during COVID-19

    Tui Ora is the largest community-based health and social services provider in Taranaki. They have come up with innovative ways to engage and support their community.

  3. Video for 'Rēwana-thon' bakes 200 rēwana bread for kaumātua in Tauranga Moana
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    'Rēwana-thon' bakes 200 rēwana bread for kaumātua in Tauranga Moana

    More than 200 kaumātua and pakeke in Tauranga Moana are about to receive a rēwana bread parcel as part of an initiative that supports older people living alone during lockdown.

  4. Video for Ngāti Ruahikihiki prepare for tītī hunting at level 2
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    Ngāti Ruahikihiki prepare for tītī hunting at level 2

    The impact of the COVID-19 lockdown has left tītī hunters only three weeks to hunt this deep-south delicacy. The hunting trip is very expensive and some hunters are reconsidering whether the trip is economically viable. However, the people of Ngāti Ruahikihiki in Muruhiku are committed to the hunt.

  5. Video for 'Mumma’s Kitchen' shows world how to make low-cost healthy meals
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    'Mumma’s Kitchen' shows world how to make low-cost healthy meals

    'Healthy Kai Made Easy' is the catchcry of Mumma’s Kitchen, an online page that launched on Facebook and Instagram during the lockdown.

  6. Video for Gizzy Kai Rescue heroes donate to vulnerable whānau
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    Gizzy Kai Rescue heroes donate to vulnerable whānau

    The community of Gisborne have banded together since the beginning of the lockdown, distributing kai to their most vulnerable.  Eleven community groups had registered to ensure hundreds of whānau were fed thanks to the helping hand of Gizzy Kai Rescue. 

  7. Video for Toby's Seafood in hot demand after opening in Alert Level 3
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    Toby's Seafood in hot demand after opening in Alert Level 3

    Their shop in Ōtāhuhu, Auckland opened just after midnight on Tuesday and offered customers the option of pre-ordering online, but staff were forced to cancel online orders after the massive influx caused the system to shut down.

  8. Video for Level 3 take-out demands causes heavy traffic
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    Level 3 take-out demands causes heavy traffic

    The first day of Alert Level 3 has seen New Zealanders queuing up for hours for their favourite takeaways. For some parts of Auckland, wardens were controlling the traffic but for some takeaway owners, their online order system was too much to handle.

  9. Video for Future a lot brighter for Rotorua café re-opening today
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    Future a lot brighter for Rotorua café re-opening today

    Rotorua café owner Paula Collier says the future is looking a lot brighter now that she’s been able to open Kai Caff Aye today under Alert Level 3 restrictions.

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    Unhealthy takeaways have no mauri- Māori health agency

    "Unhealthy Takeaways Have No Mauri!" That's the bold message Māori health agency Toi Tangata wants to send to whānau who now have the option of buying takeaways again.

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