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  1. Video for 'A lot of us won’t have mahi to go back to' - COVID-19 impact on Māori economy
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    'A lot of us won’t have mahi to go back to'- COVID-19 impact on Māori economy

    Tapatahi spoke to Taura Grant, a financial commentator and chief executive of Ngāti Whakaue Assets Trust in Rotorua, to discuss the impact COVID-19 could impact the Māori economy.

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    Withdrawing KiwiSaver could be detrimental for retirement

    Kiwisaver members are being urged to consider all forms of Government and bank support before resorting to withdrawing money from their retirement savings through hardship applications.

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    Long-term financial insecurity a concern for whānau in South Island in lockdown

    Māori whānau living in the South Island are experiencing anxiety about their longer-term financial insecurity due to the COVID-19 lockdown.

  4. 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.

  5. Video for All iwi urged to get insurance for their marae in case of disaster
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    All iwi urged to get insurance for their marae in case of disaster

    A $1 million sprinkler system could have saved Tapu Te Ranga Marae from being destroyed by fire this May.

  6. Video for Govt clamps down on interest rate cap, truck shops
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    Govt clamps down on interest rate cap, truck shops

    An interest rate cap for loan sharks and regulations for truck shops are on the cards to minimise irresponsible lending practices on vulnerable consumers, many of whom are Māori and Pasifika. Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi announced these as additional protections to be included in the Credit Contracts Legislation Amendment Bill. 

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    Have you been cyber-scammed?

    13,000 instances of online scams and $33mil in losses were reported to NetSafe by New Zealanders last year. Total losses have tripled since 2017.

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    Living wage to rise following minimum wage increase

    New Zealand's 'living wage' is set to rise from $20.55 to $21.15.  It comes after the minimum wage was lifted today.

  9. Video for Calling for a pokie-free Tairāwhiti
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    Calling for a pokie-free Tairāwhiti

    Elizabeth Crawford, chairperson of Kapai Kaiti in Gisborne, wants to rid Tairawhiti of pokie machines because of the harm they inflict on Māori whānau.  This follows the closure of problem-gambling service Te Ara Tika which Crawford says leaves people with gambling problems without support.

  10. Video for Free event reduces financial stress for low income whānau
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    Free event reduces financial stress for low income whānau

    Keeping the tamariki entertained over the school holidays be financially stressful for parents, but Funfest in Auckland is helping to relieve some of that burden.

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