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  1. Video for Kaikohe moves to protect their youth
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    Kaikohe moves to protect their youth

    The community of Kaikohe has opened up a new space that will support youth aged 12 to 24 years in an attempt to help prevent suicide in Northland. 

  2. Video for Oranga Tamariki backs Mokopuna Ora for better outcomes
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    Oranga Tamariki backs Mokopuna Ora for better outcomes

    Oranga Tamariki is excited to partner with Waikato Tainui's Mokopuna Ora programme that looks to keep its children within whānau care in Auckland. Deputy Chief Executive North Glynis Sandland says partnering with Iwi will ensure better outcomes and sustainable change.

  3. Video for Love Soup Rotorua takes to street to highlight homelessness in community
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    Love Soup Rotorua takes to street to highlight homelessness in community

    Love Soup Rotorua is currently working with 40 families with the aim of finding them a place to call home.  The group who help the homeless, took to the streets yesterday to highlight the problem with-in their community.

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    Player welfare key to Blue Card initiative

    In a bid to enhance the safety of players, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has implemented the concussion Blue Card this season to all adult rugby games in the 14 largest Provincial Rugby Unions.

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    Celebrating Children’s Day and Foster Carers

    Events are being held across the country this Sunday to celebrate Children’s Day, as Foster Care Awareness week gets under way.

  6. Video for Canadian Government to overhaul First Nation child welfare program
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    Canadian Government to overhaul First Nation child welfare program

    Canada's federal Government will overhaul its First Nation child welfare program after the Human Rights Tribunal found it discriminated against aboriginal children living on reserves. 

  7. Video for Former ward of state wants better Māori input in CYF
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    Former ward of state wants better Māori input in CYF

    Former child of the state, 19-year-old Tupua Urlich believes Māori need to play a bigger role in the review and the overall business structures of Child Youth and Family.

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    Up-and-coming league stars educated on player welfare

    School is out, but for the 400 players who are currently competing at the National Youth Rugby League Nationals, it's back to the playing field.

  9. Video for Te Aupōuri Māori Trust Board's social services shut down
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    Te Aupōuri Māori Trust Board's social services shut down

    The shock closure of Te Aupōuri Māori Trust Board's social services arm this week has been the result of the financial mismanagement of their programmes.

  10. Video for Children's Commissioner's report highlights need for better state care for Māori
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    Children's Commissioner's report highlights need for better state care for Māori

    A Māori social worker who grew up in foster care says majority of Māori children under Child, Youth and Family care often lose their identity, and fall through the gaps as adults.  The Children's Commissioner released the report "State of Care" which highlighted Child, Youth and Family's failure to deliver proper care to Māori in the system.

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