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Language preference: Māori English

This year the Government’s 2016 Budget announces more gains for Māori through resourcing new initiatives. Read below to find out more information about the gains that are made for whānau, hapū and iwi through Budget 2016.

Budget 2016: $12.6 million boost for Māori Housing Network

At a ceremony for a new whānau housing project in Ngāruawāhia, Māori Development Minister announced a boost for the Māori Housing Network over the next four years.

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Thankful for a shot

Applying for up to 60 jobs a week with no success was getting her down. It wasn’t until Vanisa completed a single Māori mother’s employment programme offered through Manukau Urban Māori Authority that she was successful in her search.

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Solar panels help whānau get on their feet

It has been a long-awaited home improvement project for the Tukaokao whānau to get access to an affordable and reliable power supply and the whānau couldn’t be happier.

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Budget 2016: $34.6m boost for te reo Māori

Budget 2016 provides $34.6 million of operating funding over four years to support the revitalisation of te reo Māori across key Māori language initiatives.

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Budget 2016: $17.7m to improve productivity of Māori land

Budget 2016 provides $6 million of operating funding over the next four years and $2 million in 2015/16, plus $6 million of capital to support the establishment of the new Māori Land Service.

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Budget 2016: $49m to support Māori focused initiatives

A total of $49 million over the next four years will support activities that are centred around whānau, hapū and iwi.

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A full-breakdown of Vote Māori – Budget 2016 [PDF, 107 KB]

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