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  1. Video for Govt extends wage subsidies, assistance keep kaimahi employed
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    Govt extends wage subsidies, assistance keep kaimahi employed

    Businesses that have experienced a 40% downturn will be eligible for the extended wage subsidy. This means an additional 40,000 employers will be able to receive the wage subsidy to aid their recovery.

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    "How are we gonna pay for all this?"- National Party

    The Government is spending $265 million on the sport and recreation sector to ensure its viability and how it can adapt in the wake of COVID-19.

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    How will Māori businesses and jobs fare after COVID-19?

    Our political reporter Heta Gardiner updates the nation on the latest Treasury projections on Aotearoa will fare, post COVID-19.

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    Jacinda Ardern: Everyone on lockdown is eligible for wage subsidy

    The prime minister confirmed this afternoon that the government will subsidise the wages of anyone in lockdown.

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    Rents frozen for the next six months

    Finance Minister Grant Robertson announced that all rents will be frozen for the next six months.

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    $4 billion more to pay wages and help whānau

    Today Cabinet agreed to increase the putea put aside to pay the wages of those out of work. There is now $9.3 billion budgeted to help Aotearoa kaimahi and whānau.

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    Finance minister's response after being urged to resign

    After being urged to resign by national Party leader Simon Bridges, finance minister Grant Robertson has spoken out about how he feels after the confidential Budget information was leaked.

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    'Wellbeing outcomes' to be included in 2019 Budget

    Treasury's Half Year Economic and Fiscal Update figures show the coalition government's books are in order.  However, Finance Minister Grant Robertson wants to see the well-being of New Zealanders improved too. Today the minister announced his plans for next year's "Wellbeing" budget.

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