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  1. 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.

  3. Video for Northland communities to receive first shipment of food parcels
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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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    Kina, smoked eel, hāngi to feature at Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival

    People heading along to the Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival in Auckland tomorrow are in for a treat with the delicious line up of kai available to fill their puku.

  5. Video for Hastings charity upset by theft of food for hungry
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    Hastings charity upset by theft of food for hungry

    Food rescue charity Nourished for Nil in Hastings, which redistributes hundreds of tonnes of food each year to the wider community, has had to beef up its security measures after food and equipment were stolen.

  6. Video for Tupuānuku food truck serves up planted-based kai to nourish health of whānau
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    Tupuānuku food truck serves up planted-based kai to nourish health of whānau

    Veganism is not often seen in Māori but Raniera Rewiri is hoping to bring more awareness to it, describing how it has links back to tīpuna Māori. He has recently opened a new food truck Tupuānuku in Whakatāne to provide vegan options for whānau. 

  7. Video for Enabling whānau through traditional and modern kai practices
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    Enabling whānau through traditional and modern kai practices

    'Creating Space' is an initiative in Tūranganui a Kiwa Gisborne helping the community develop skills gathering and preparing food from the wild.

  8. Video for Colonisation still impacting on food insecurity
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    Colonisation still impacting on food insecurity

    Today is World Food Day and the Auckland City Mission have released their research on food insecurity.

  9. Video for Reconnecting people to the land and sea through kai
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    Reconnecting people to the land and sea through kai

    Two hunter-gatherers from Te Tairawhiti are teaming up to empower their community through an open day called "Creating Space" that aims to teach people skills and tips about gathering, preparing and cooking wild meat and kaimoana.

  10. Video for Silver Ferns win pavlova bake-off against Aussie Diamonds
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    Silver Ferns win pavlova bake-off against Aussie Diamonds

    It was a different type of competition between the New Zealand Silver Ferns and Australia Diamonds today when the two netball rivals battled it out to see who could make the best pavlova cake.

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