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    Work force grows despite youth unemployment

    According to Statistics New Zealand, the unemployment rate fell to 4.9% in the September 2016 quarter. This is the lowest unemployment rate since the December 2008 quarter. 

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    Potential link between youth unemployment and suicide- Researcher

    Migrants filling spaces at entry level jobs is partly why 75,000 youth under 25 are unemployed, unengaged and doing nothing, according to a new Salvation Army report. It's also believed the lack of jobs could be contributing to the increase in suicide numbers for this age group.

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    Native Affairs – Mussel Up

    Twenty years ago, Whakatōhea iwi had the vision to run its own mussel business. Now, the dream has come true and we were there to see how the new farm will help the local Ōpōtiki community.

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    Doctor’s strike is not about pay- Union

    More than 3000 junior doctors from 20 different DHBs around the country didn't turn up to work today. They say they won't be returning for the next 48 hours as they strike for safer rostering hours.

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    Whakatū meat workers reunite

    Thirty years on since the Whakatū meat works closed its doors, some of its former workers gathered to pay tribute to those that have passed on. Next to the 1931 Napier earthquake, the 1986 closure was the biggest disaster to hit Hawke's Bay with more than 2000 losing their jobs. 

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    Kumeu strawberry grower fined for short-changing seasonal workers

    A Kumeu strawberry grower has been penalised $6000 after being caught a second time by a Labour Inspector failing to provide written employment agreements, or keep accurate holiday and leave records.

  7. Video for MP questions rumoured job cuts at Māori Land Court
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    MP questions rumoured job cuts at Māori Land Court

    Labour MP Meka Whaitiri says job losses at the Māori Land Court means Māori landowners will now face losing hundreds of years of collective institutional knowledge.

  8. Video for Nurturing career pathways for te reo Māori students
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    Nurturing career pathways for te reo Māori students

    Showing Māori students career avenue is an important part of the Māori 4 Taiohi wānanga. According to a teacher, nurturing our younger generation to pursue what they are passionate about and where they can use te reo Māori are things that could improve their future.

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    Prison training scheme aims to secure jobs after jail

    The Department of Corrections is providing employment training initiatives to Paremoremo inmates to help them secure jobs after they're released. But of the 680 inmates at the prison, just 2% of them will move into employment.

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    Iwi supports Correction Department's recruitment of Māori into jobs

    Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust has come out in support of the Corrections Department's recruitment of Maori into careers within the department.  The Trust is working with the Ministry of Social Development and the Department of Corrections to fill some 350 Correction Officer vacancies nationally. 

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