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  1. Video for Social supermarket to help put kai on the table with dignity
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    Social supermarket to help put kai on the table with dignity

    A new supermarket venture in Te Hiku o te Ika is hoped to provide some relief for whānau at the checkout as the cost of living continues to rise.

  2. Video for Advocates question child poverty data
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    Advocates question child poverty data

    Figures released today by Stats NZ show all nine child poverty measures continuing to trend downwards resulting in 66,500 children being lifted out of poverty and the government meeting the first round of child poverty targets on two of the three primary measures.

  3. Video for Māori-owned power retailer secures cheap rates for more whānau
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    Māori-owned power retailer secures cheap rates for more whānau

    Nau Mai Rā – the Māori-owned power company - says it is now able to sign up another 10,000 customers who were on its waiting list.  

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    Govt is still ignoring whānau with the greatest needs

    The Child Poverty Action Group claims more hardship assistance from the government won’t do anything to lift children out of poverty.

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    Nau Mai Rā CEO wins award for outstanding leadership

    Ending power poverty in New Zealand. 

  6. Video for Grim poverty stats show many Māori and Pasifika children miss out on food
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    Grim poverty stats show many Māori and Pasifika children miss out on food

    National's Shane Reti: "In 2017 Ardern promised Labour would lift 100,000 kids out of poverty by 2020. Instead what she has been able to deliver is 1500 more children living in poverty."

  7. Video for Should frontline volunteers be paid?
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    Should frontline volunteers be paid?

    “If you look back at every crisis, who steps up every time? It's marae.”

  8. Video for Poverty numbers fall but Māori and Pasifika still hit hardest
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    Poverty numbers fall but Māori and Pasifika still hit hardest

    Households with disabilities are also twice as likely to be living in impoverished situations in comparison with Pākehā. 

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    Free period products in all schools and kura

    Periods issues at school include embarrassment, stigma, missing classes, being “caught out” without product, cost, lack of knowledge and discomfort.

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