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  1. Video for Unemployment stats for Māori decrease
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    Unemployment stats for Māori decrease

    Unemployment numbers from Stats NZ show Māori unemployment has dropped by 21.4 percent in 2017 alone.

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    Back to the drawing board for Rotorua Lakes Council

    A decision regarding the management of the Rotorua Aquatic Centre could have the Rotorua Lakes council going back to the drawing board.  It's a move that will affect 38 workers currently at the centre, but ultimately make the workers and management sit down together.    

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    Govt restricts 90-day trials through Employment Law changes

    The Government has announced 14 employment law reforms, the majority being roll-backs to changes made by the previous Government and a total of four new proposals.

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    Proposed job losses leave Gisborne workers devastated

    E Tū and First Union say workers of wood processing plant JNL in Gisborne are devastated at the company's proposal to axe almost 100 jobs, as part of the company's move to change its product line.

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    Teen traumatised after McDonald's interview

    An indigenous Australian mother is furious after her daughter was asked "ridiculous questions" during a job interview at a McDonald's in Cairns.

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    Protests in Wellington, Fiji and Aus to support Fiji airport workers

    The workers at Nadi Airport, Fiji, who were recently ‘locked out’ of their workplace are receiving support from people around the world, with protests taking place from today in New Zealand, Australia and Fiji.

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    Minimum wage to increase to $16.50 per hour

    The minimum wage will increase by 75 cents to $16.50 per hour on 1 April 2018, Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway announced today.

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    Salvation Army report gives voice to low-income communities

    The Salvation Army's first State of Our Communities report released today shows some of New Zealand's lowest income suburban communities feel "forgotten" when it comes to the most difficult social issues.

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    Rotorua Aquatic Centre staff dispute redundancies

    Rotorua Aquatic Centre staff are disputing a decision by Rotorua Lakes Council to partner with an outside management group, which has resulted in redundancy notices issued to them. 

  10. Video for Tikipunga High School students brings life back to cars
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    Tikipunga High School students brings life back to cars

    A secondary school in Whangarei has aimed to popularise one of their Automotive Trades Academy's to help students graduate and increase their chances in the trade industry. But it's not just for guys, 12 graduates including five young women are taking part.

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