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  1. Video for Kiwi Harvest delivers free food to charities in need
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    Kiwi Harvest delivers free food to charities in need

    Terry Masters says it's both sad and rewarding being a driver for Kiwi Harvest. Masters helps collect food before it goes to waste from places like Countdown and then delivers it to charities in need.

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    Whānau before tax cuts in Labour's Families Package

    The Labour Party says its Families Package promises bigger income boosts to more than 70 percent of families with children than Budget 2017. By not spending $1.5billion annually on tax cuts, it expects to do more for lower and middle income families and invest in housing, health, education and infrastructure.

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    Te Puea Marae to reopen its doors to families in need

    Te Puea Memorial Marae will once again open its doors to families in need this winter.

  4. Video for Hokianga claimant's want the Crown to address poverty
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    Hokianga claimant's want the Crown to address poverty

    Hokianga claimants have called for the Crown to address poverty as of priority in their move towards a settlement.

  5. Video for We want a torrent not a trickle - Poverty action group
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    We want a torrent not a trickle- Poverty action group

    Action groups against poverty say the 2017 budget is not enough to lift the country's most needy whānau out of poverty. Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP) and Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) believe the boost for low-income families in this year's Budget won't do enough to make a real difference. 

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    Auckland Action Against Poverty claims budget boost for low-income families not enough

    Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP) says every week they assist hundreds of people who queue outside the Clendon Work and Income offices looking for Emergency Assistance. They believe the boost for low-income families in this year's Budget  wont do enough to help struggling families. 

  7. Video for Te Puea marae chair concerned over continuing cries for help
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    Te Puea marae chair concerned over continuing cries for help

    Te Puea Marae chairman Hurimoana Dennis says homelessness and poverty are still major problems in the region nine months after the Manaaki Tangata programme was closed at the marae.

  8. Video for Māori candidates for Tāmaki Makaurau to focus on ending homelessness
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    Māori candidates for Tāmaki Makaurau to focus on ending homelessness

    Candidates for the Māori Electorate seat of Tāmaki Makaurau and Te Puea Marae Chairman Hurimoana Dennis appeared on Kawe Kōrero tonight to highlight some of the biggest issues plaguing the extended Auckland community.

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    Salvation asks New Zealanders to end poverty through Red Shield Appeal

    The Salvation Army head of social services Major Pam Waugh says New Zealand has a reputation as a beautiful and prosperous country that’s a great place to live and raise children. However for thousands of families living in poverty, the reality is very different.

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    Salvation Army in need of more support ahead of Appeal week

    The Salvation Army is expanding its search for collectors for its annual Red Shield Appeal week at the start of May. 

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