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  1. Video for Ministers challenged to create Youth engagement strategies in portfolios
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    Ministers challenged to create Youth engagement strategies in portfolios

    With Youth Parliament underway, Youth MPs will soon take to the beehive to learn first-hand about democracy and influence decision making. But do everyday youth think the government does enough to engage them in the political space?

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    18-year-old stabbed on Auckland school grounds

    An 18-year-old male was rushed to hospital after being stabbed during a fight at Otahuhu College last night

  3. Video for Ezekiel Raui continues to change lives
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    Ezekiel Raui continues to change lives

    The 21-year-old mental health advocate, who was honored by the Queen last year, is continuing to make an impact through youth programmes, including one at Youthline over the weekend.

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    Waitangi 2019 Gallery- Day two

    Whānau were out enjoying the heat at Waitangi today with rangatahi bombing off the bridge, tamariki eating pipi and kaihoe out in the water.

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    Being Māori in the Royal Navy

    New Zealand Navy officer Kelsey Bartlett is attending Waitangi celebrations for the first time. She knew from a young age that University wasn’t for her, and so embarked on a career with the Royal New Zealand Navy.

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    Call to ban sugary drinks in schools

    The Māori public health entity, Hāpai Te Hauora, is calling for a universal ban on the sale of sugary drinks in schools.

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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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    Film addressing domestic violence, alcohol, drugs wins award

    Rangatahi at a youth justice residence in Auckland have taken out the top prize at a film festival with their short film What You Don't Know.

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    From zero reo to full immersion kaiako

    At one point 22-year-old Jamal Peeni could only speak two words of te reo Māori.  Now he’s been chosen to teach the language at one of the top te reo courses in Aotearoa.

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    Public feedback sought for family justice reforms

    The independent panel considering the 2014 family justice reforms is now seeking feedback on its proposals from families, workers and others who have used services in the area.

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