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    Living wage to rise following minimum wage increase

    New Zealand's 'living wage' is set to rise from $20.55 to $21.15.  It comes after the minimum wage was lifted today.

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    Minimum wage to lift from $16.50 to $17.70

    The minimum wage across Aotearoa is set to lift from $16.50 to $17.70 today. E tū welcomes the lift but says it doesn't go far enough.

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    New employment hub for rangatahi launches in Whakatane

    The new Tū Maia Rangatahi Hub in Whakatane will help more rangatahi, in the area gain skills and find employment.

  4. Video for East Coast sheep shearing gang keeping tradition alive
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    East Coast sheep shearing gang keeping tradition alive

    In the region with the highest unemployment rates in NZ, Sheep shearing and wooldhandling traditions on the East Coast are being kept alive by Tui Hyde, who is providing jobs for the next generation.  

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    Te Whare Wānanga unclear on polytech merger impact

    The government has proposed merging all 16 polytechnics into one and significantly reforming industry training organisations to address falling enrolments and millions of dollars in deficits in a “broken” sector.

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    More funds promised to tackle regional challenges

    An investment of up to $82.4mil from the Provincial Growth Fund will go towards initiatives to grow skills and employment following an announcement by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern this morning.

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    Rangatahi to benefit from $13mil funding boost

    The government has announced that $13.2mil from the Provincial Growth Fund will go to He Poutama Rangatahi, as part of Te Ara Maihi, a wider skills, and employment initiative.

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    Developing business aspirations within the community

    A pop-up business school at the Tolaga Bay Innovation Hub is helping whānau in the remote rural community gain business knowledge and become self-employed.

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    Second junior doctors’ strike underway

    The second 48 hour long junior doctors’ strike in a month is underway and a third is on the cards.  More than 3,000 junior doctors arranged the strike, with many walking off the job to protest better work conditions.

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    Rise in benefit claimants linked to pop. growth- Sepuloni

    Social Development Minister Carmel Sepuloni is rubbishing the opposition's claims that government softness on sanctions is to blame for 11,000 more people receiving the Jobseeker Support benefit.  Sepuloni says overall benefit numbers were stable and only 0.1-percent higher than last year.

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