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  1. Video for 'We'll make the best of it' - Ngāi Tahu CEO on Budget 2022
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    'We'll make the best of it'- Ngāi Tahu CEO on Budget 2022

    Iwi organisation Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu was keenly watching the government's budget announcements yesterday and chief executive Arihia Bennett’s first impression of it was, she says, “a broad budge

  2. Video for 'Not expecting surprises' from Budget 2022 - Dr Lara Greaves
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    'Not expecting surprises' from Budget 2022- Dr Lara Greaves

    University of Auckland Public Policy Institute political analyst Dr Lara Greaves (Ngāpuhi) says she’s expecting a “fairly conservative budget” with no surprises, as Finance Minister Grant Robertson

  3. Video for Budget 2022 preview: What to expect for Māori
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    Budget 2022 preview: What to expect for Māori

    All eyes will be on Grant Robertson this afternoon when he reads his fifth Budget in Parliament from 2pm.

  4. Video for $1.1 billion for Māori in Budget 2021
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    $1.1 billion for Māori in Budget 2021

    The package will deliver on areas including housing, health, education, tamariki, whānau, justice reform and te reo Māori me ōna tikanga.

  5. Video for Budget 2021 – Top five wins for Māori
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    Budget 2021 – Top five wins for Māori

    As part of the Budget announcement made today, the government has prioritised $1.1billion to go towards the Māori Budget.

  6. Video for What will Budget Day 2021 look like?
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    What will Budget Day 2021 look like?

    Today is Budget Day - Tahua 2021. It's the day the government will make its annual announcements on where funding will go in the next year and how much will be spent.

  7. Video for Robertson talks down budget surprises except for Māori approach
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    Robertson talks down budget surprises except for Māori approach

    "The inclusion of Māori and Pacific outcomes as one of the wellbeing outcomes, and the creation of entities such as the Maori Health Authority are a clear sign the government is committed to ensuring we have a partnership with Māori and Pacific peoples that maximises the opportunity to lead and benefit from the economic recovery."

  8. Video for Māori Wardens receive desperately needed funding
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    Māori Wardens receive desperately needed funding

    Good news for Auckland Central Māori Wardens after facing Covid-19 challenges in 2020. 

  9. Video for Covid-19 forced Ngā Whare Waatea to resume foodbank services - Bernie O'Donnell
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    Covid-19 forced Ngā Whare Waatea to resume foodbank services- Bernie O'Donnell

    Foodbank operator Ngā Whare Waatea is happy to provide relief to the community. But it doesn't have the staff or time to service all those in need.

  10. Video for Budget 2020 may have missed the mark - Riria Te Kanawa
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    Budget 2020 may have missed the mark- Riria Te Kanawa

    Riria Te Kanawa, KPMG national Māori sector lead believes the Government has aimed low in terms of helping Māori post-COVID. She acknowledges that the Government wants to create jobs for Māori but fears it may have missed the mark.

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