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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

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    $579m Māori health and wellbeing package revealed

    The government will invest almost $600 Million in Māori Health and wellbeing over the next 4 years.

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    $350 payment for 2.1 million people, in Budget attempt to tackle inflation

    People earning less than $70,000 a year are set to receive $350 as part of the government’s 2022 budget, the pūtea is designed to hedge against soaring costs of living, amid Aotearoa’s 30-year-high 6.9 percent inflation.

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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

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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.

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    Hokianga graces Budget 22 cover but hapū doubtful they'll get what they need

    A picture of the Hokianga Harbour is on the front cover of the Budget 2022 document, photographed by Finance Minister Grant Robertson when he visited the area during Easter weekend.

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    'Broken', in danger of 'collapse'- Legal aid slammed by Chief Justice; renewed hopes for Budget

    Aotearoa's besieged legal aid system is costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars a year but still tens of thousands of Kiwis are being turned away and potentially denied their right to justice.

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    Kiwis forking out even more to put food on the table- Simon Bridges

    Monthly food costs rose 2.7%  across the motu in January, which will hit whānau at the checkout. And National MP Simon Bridges says many Kiwis will be dreading going shopping.

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