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  1. Video for Man Up working with fathers to change families
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    Man Up working with fathers to change families

    Former Mongrel Mob member Toko Koopu says the Man Up programme, which strengthens men to become better fathers, husbands, and leaders in the home and community has not only changed him but given him a chance to improve other's lives.

  2. Video for Auckland City Mission receives boost from criminal proceeds
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    Auckland City Mission receives boost from criminal proceeds

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has today announced a funding increase for the Auckland City Mission which will see $16.7mil drawn from money recovered under the Criminal Proceeds (Recovery) Act.

  3. Video for Opposition mounting against $bil Waikato mega-prison
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    Opposition mounting against $bil Waikato mega-prison

    Opposition is mounting against the $1bil mega-prison planned for Waikeria. 1,300 letters from community organisation Action Station have been sent to Justice Minister Andrew Little and Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis to stop the build. 

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    Te Tirohanga rehabilitation programme celebrates 20 years

    Te Tirohanga, the first kaupapa Māori-based programme to rehabilitate Māori inmates inside prison has reached its 20-year anniversary. Te Kāea was inside the Hawke's Bay Regional Prison today where the first Te Tirohanga was opened.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Being a Dad Inside Prison
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    Native Affairs- Being a Dad Inside Prison

    Over 20,000 Kiwi kids have at least one parent serving time in New Zealand prisons.  Native Affairs was given exclusive access to a unique pilot programme being trialled inside the Northland Regional Prison in Ngāwhā, where fathers are being encouraged to be good dads.

  6. Video for Breakthrough programme to build better dads
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    Breakthrough programme to build better dads

    A programme to support fathers with a history of violence build healthy family relationships aims to help 760 men. The Breakthrough programme, run by The Salvation Army and The Parenting Place, wants to build strong families to live violence free.

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    Ex Māori inmate advocates for prison system change

    A former Tongariro prison inmate is advocating for change in the prison system to ensure tikanga Māori for rehabilitation and re-integration of prisoners on release, is properly practised.  Aperahama Anihana claims that tikanga Māori was not being upheld when he was in the prison's Māori unit.

  8. Video for TAHUA 2017: Addiction services to get a boost
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    TAHUA 2017: Addiction services to get a boost

    With police and customs meth seizures at a decade high, the $100 million announced for DHBs will mean there will be more help in there for addiction services. 

  9. Video for Concern rises over potential loss of mental health and addiction staff
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    Concern rises over potential loss of mental health and addiction staff

    The CEO of not-for-profit addiction service Odyssey is concerned the sector will lose support staff to the aged care, home support and disability services following a recent pay increase by the government for the sector. A community mental health worker, Kim Baldwin is now considering a career change as a result of the increase. 

  10. Video for Mongrel Mob turns to the law for help
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    Mongrel Mob turns to the law for help

    The leader of the Hastings Mongrel Mob Rex Timu has banned methamphetamine from his chapter.

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