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    Ngāpuhi butchers get their knives out for national title

    Riki Kerekere and his apprentice Cherise Redden will compete in the national Alto Butcher and ANZCO Foods Butcher Apprentice of Year competition today.

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    The knives are out for Butcher of the Year

    It’s a week out from the Alto Butcher and ANZCO Foods Butcher Apprentice of the Year competition and Cherise Redden of Ngāphui has her knives out and ready to go.

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    'We're seeing more & more families'- The Koha Shed, Whanganui

    As winter sets in, 250 struggling whānau won't have to worry about warm clothes, blankets, heaters or kai, at least for this week thanks to a small community 'Koha Shed' in Whanganui.

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    Hāngī pit cooking kai on Auckland's waterfront

    It's early morning and Rewi Spraggon is getting ready to pull up the hāngī surrounded by the hustle and bustle of downtown Auckland.

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    Young Ngāpuhi butchers carve up at champs

    A world of opportunities have opened up for young apprentices who have taken part in the Upper North Island Butcher of the Year competition this weekend.

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    Mohi lights up faces with kai for homeless

    Veronica Mohi lights up the faces of whānau living rough in the streets of Hamilton every Sunday morning, with her He Manaaki Tangata breakfast buffet. It's an initiative she has been championing since June last year, and today she has expanded her reach.

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    Sugary drinks proven more dangerous than sugary food

    Child health experts are calling for a tax on sugary drinks.  It comes after research showing Māori children consume double the median amount of sugary drinks compared with non-Māori.

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    Kai, KFC and a kihi – What people want on Valentine’s

    It’s not the normal gifts that people seem to want to be given this year. Te Kāea went out to find what people truly desire.

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    Māngere resident serves free Christmas kai for community

    Faye Marie has been working hard this Christmas Day to prepare a free, traditional Cook Island dinner for her community.

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    What’s on the menu for City Mission Christmas lunch

    More than 2000 guests and 600 volunteers are expected to fill Spark Arena tomorrow as part of the Auckland City Mission’s annual Christmas lunch.

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