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  1. Video for Māori driver licence programme questioned
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    Māori driver licence programme questioned

    The government will spend $4 million on a programme to help young Māori get their driver licences and into employment. However, the initiative has received some criticism by Hobson's Pledge saying it shouldn't be limited to just Māori.

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    Employment opportunities for Northland youth

    Close to 200 jobs are up for grabs for disadvantaged youth in Northland. The opportunity follows a deal between a local youth provider and Hubhaus, an international business that has only recently established itself in Northland.

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    Mental health and addictions sectors expect skilled staff losses

    A body representative for a number of non-government mental health and addiction service groups says a staff exodus is looming with higher wages luring staff to the aged care and disability sectors.  Platform Trust Chief executive Marion Blake says she's seeking urgent talks with government to prevent a pending crisis to continue helping those who need it most.

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    Pineapple Lumps, Jaffas, Buzz Bars and Pinky Bars could be saved

    Mondelez International are exploring opportunities to keep some confectionery production in New Zealand, this is following phase one of the consultative process around the Cadbury factory closure in Dunedin.

  5. Video for TAHUA 2017: Kaikohe youth crying out for help and opportunity
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    TAHUA 2017: Kaikohe youth crying out for help and opportunity

    Northland holds one of the highest unemployment rates in the country and youth in Kaikohe are crying out for help and opportunity.  How will the Budget reduce youth unemployment for Māori?

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    TAHUA 2017: $64.4m to support people into Employment

    Budget 2017 invests $64.4 million of new operating funding to help people move off benefits and into work.

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    Former Kōhanga Trustee claiming $90,000

    Former Kōhanga Reo National trustee Toni Waho is claiming a stipend of nearly $90,000 for being wrongly dismissed. Waho was dismissed by the national trust in 2014 for bringing it into disrepute after he publicly questioned the trust’s financial affairs.

  8. Video for Drug agency advise to test for synthetic drugs
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    Drug agency advise to test for synthetic drugs

    A drug-testing agency is advising employers to carry out stricter synthetic drug testing in the workplace. This comes after a man, who chose to remain anonymous, told Kawe Kōrero that he and a number of other people he knew had allegedly turned to smoking synthetics to keep their jobs.

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    Synthetics allegedly used to pass employment drug tests

    Synthetic drugs are allegedly being used as an alternative for people wanting to pass marijuana drug testing with their employers.

  10. Video for Māori Unionist call on Iwi to support an end workplace deaths
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    Māori Unionist call on Iwi to support an end workplace deaths

    Māori unionists mark Workers Memorial Day with a call for iwi-unions to work in collaboration with The Council of Trade Unions (CTU) in an effort to end workplace deaths.

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