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  1. Video for Urutā: COVID-19 Advice for Māori by Māori health experts
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    Urutā: COVID-19 Advice for Māori by Māori health experts

    Māori doctors and health experts worried about the lack of Covid-19 planning for Māori have banded together to create a national Māori pandemic group, Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā. The group has created a website and digital platforms to provide expert health advice for whānau, iwi and health providers.

  2. Video for Marama Davidson: New stats help government reduce child poverty
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    Marama Davidson: New stats help government reduce child poverty

    Greens Co-Leader Marama Davidson says new statistics from the Stats NZ Child Poverty report released today will help the coalition Government to continue to reduce child poverty rates in New Zealand.   

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    Kai, hope and clothes- Waka of Caring

    In the last 7 years of Debbie Munroe feeding the homeless on the streets, she has seen that the problem has only gotten worse with not only homeless going without food but also middle-class whānau as well.  

  4. Video for Inadequate housing and poor health in Glen Innes highlighted in campaign
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    Inadequate housing and poor health in Glen Innes highlighted in campaign

    Local residents have started a campaign to raise awareness about some of the struggles felt by people within their community. 

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    South Auckland Kuia feeds 1600 whānau

    72-year-old Nanny Te Okeroa Wheeler has lived in South Auckland for over 20 years. Her ongoing mission to feed the hungry carries on today where she prepared kai for over 1600 whānau.   

  6. Video for Poverty and rangatahi major concerns in Tairāwhiti
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    Poverty and rangatahi major concerns in Tairāwhiti

    Combating poverty and supporting rangatahi are two areas community leaders in Te Tairāwhiti want to see better supported, and a community trust is hoping to help make this happen by providing funding assistance.

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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.

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    ‘Extremely difficult to read’ tamariki have their say about living in residential care

    Children's Commissioner Andrew Becroft has today released a new report where children and young people say, in their own words, what it's like to live in secure residential care.

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    "Stop the smoking thing, and sing"

    Tūranga Healths’ new 'Auahi Kore-oke' programme encourages locals to quit smoking by using the medium of singing and competition.

  10. Video for Save Our Tamariki, Save our Future campaign hits Gisborne streets
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    Save Our Tamariki, Save our Future campaign hits Gisborne streets

    'Save our Tamariki, Save our Future' is a national campaign protesting against the child uplift practices of Oranga Tamariki.  Spokesperson for the Gisborne branch, Tuta Ngarimu says the aim to prevent traumatic child uplifting incidents taking place at all. 

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