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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. 

  4. 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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    Boat building scholarship opportunity for Te Whakatōhea

    The Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board and Whakatōhea Mussels have teamed up with world-class Kiwi boat building company McMullen and Wing to build an innovative new vessel.  The project is an opportunity for local youth to get on board a hands-on learning experience of boat building.

  6. Video for Govt land sale restrictions could grow iwi-overseas investor opportunities – Shane Jones
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    Govt land sale restrictions could grow iwi-overseas investor opportunities – Shane Jones

    The Government has issued a new Directive Letter to the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) that sets out its policy approach to overseas investment in rural land. It says the new direction will strengthen New Zealand's overseas investment regime and welcome high-quality investment.

  7. Video for Kaitaia's new trade academy is SWEETAS
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    Kaitaia's new trade academy is SWEETAS

    A new trades academy will be launched next year called SWEETAS - "Students Without Education, Employment - Training, Achieving, Succeeding". It will provide students with training, education, and eventually employment for youth in Kaitaia.

  8. Video for Māori landowners urged to make their lands available for forestry
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    Māori landowners urged to make their lands available for forestry

    The Minister of Regional Economic Development is calling for Māori landowners in Northland to make their lands available for forestry.  Following the announcement of one billion dollars of funding per annum to the regions, Shane Jones says the initiative will address needs that have been put to the side for many years such as long-term unemployment.

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    Shane Jones allocated $1 billion to develop regions

    The new Minister for Regional Economic Development Shane Jones has been allocated $1 billion to develop the regions.

  10. Video for Survey reveals fathers feel judged for parental leave
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    Survey reveals fathers feel judged for parental leave

    A new survey says 53% of New Zealanders believe that new fathers don't take the full parental leave they are entitled to out of fear they'll be viewed as less committed to their job.

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