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  1. Video for Jones on Waitangi Tribunal hearing
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    Jones on Waitangi Tribunal hearing

    Shane Jones comments on today's politics

  2. Video for Sweet deal for Ngāti Porou to harvest liquid gold
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    Sweet deal for Ngāti Porou to harvest liquid gold

    An iwi-owned honey processing factory is to be built in the Ngāti Porou rohe.

  3. Video for Northland ministers give away more money
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    Northland ministers give away more money

    Winston Peters and Shane Jones have announced more than $7.5 million of Provincial Growth Funding for their home province.

  4. Video for Concerns Māori voices won't be heard in 'shovel-ready' projects
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    Concerns Māori voices won't be heard in 'shovel-ready' projects

    Eleven shovel-ready projects are all go but the exclusion of the RMA process has left some iwi members concerned about the lack of Māori participation as treaty partners. Whangarei hapū and experts are discussing a collective response to the changes to ensure tangata whenua still have a say in what happens in their region.

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    Govt invests $204.5mil to re-open Northland railways

    The Government is investing $204.5 million through the Provincial Growth Fund to revitalise Northland rail and re-open the rail line to Ōtiria.

  6. Video for Govt refocusing $600m on projects with immediate economic benefits
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    Govt refocusing $600m on projects with immediate economic benefits

    Minister Shane Jones has announced that $600 million of the provincial growth fund will be refocused on projects with more immediate economic benefits. This is the first tranche of new projects to be funded and is expected to create hundreds of jobs post-Covid-19.

  7. Video for Shane Jones: Provincial Growth Fund is not a "slush fund"
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    Shane Jones: Provincial Growth Fund is not a "slush fund"

    Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones is standing by a Provincial Growth Fund decision to contribute millions towards Opōtiki's new harbour entrance. Critics have labelled it a 'slush fund' but Jones says the fund will help the Opotiki community bring 20 years of hard work to life while creating economic and employment opportunities. The Opōtiki council will be holding a street party this Saturday to celebrate the funding announcement. Last month the Minister announced it would be investing $79.4 million into the build, adding to the $20 million previously pledged by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council under its Regional Infrastructure Fund.

  8. Video for Tiger Moth fly-in delights Ruatoria tamariki
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    Tiger Moth fly-in delights Ruatoria tamariki

    Ruatoria tamariki and local whānau enjoyed the thrill of five Tiger Moth aeroplanes flying into the airstrip at the East Coast settlement.

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