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    Grassroots and national level sport will benefit from the first major release of funding - from the 265-million-dollar Sport Recovery Package

    Grassroots and national level sport will benefit from the first major release of funding - from the 265-million-dollar Sport Recovery Package


    Eighty million dollars will be invested - with 68 million of that going to a fund supporting community sport

    Sport and Recreation Minister Grant Robertson says it's really important for regions, schools and young people - and will particularly help those who haven't been able to participate because of COVID-19's economic impact.

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