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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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    Youth group seeks to empower rangatahi to tackle serious issues

    A youth collective that promotes international peace wants to empower youth to address the big issues facing their generation. The International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) and Rangi Whakaaio are helping youth speak up to instigate change.

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    Making a commitment to help youth

    After being on home detention for drug possession and supply, Fred Bishop Jr. decided to make a change.  Now he's on a mission to provide opportunities and pathways for at-risk rangatahi.

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    Tertiary enrolment process difficult for some

    While some students who are looking to move into tertiary study this year eagerly await their NCEA results, for others tertiary enrolment is overwhelming and presents a barrier to furthering their education.

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    Rebelling against youth suicide through performance

    Wellington-based dramatic arts group 2Face Drama are on tour performing their latest production, The Rebel in Me.  The message behind the production is youth suicide prevention.  

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    Boy racers unite against suicide

    A Māori development director from the Mental Health Foundation says suicide rates will continue to increase amongst Māori if we don't factor in the fundamental values of our culture. A convoy of cars met and cruised through Auckland to raise the awareness around this growing epidemic.

  9. Video for In Zone Project hits the big screen
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    In Zone Project hits the big screen

    A feature length documentary about the successful In Zone Project that is helping hundreds of Māori and Pasifika teenage boys and girls attend two of Auckland's top education schools is hitting the screens nationwide. Former original mentor now Director of Education, Neihana Reihana says the values of the initiative continue.

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    Oranga Tamariki award winner defies all odds

    Despite being in state care most of her life and struggling through homelessness, eighteen-year-old Celeste Howell is rising above her circumstances, taking home the Oranga Tamariki Passion Award at this years William Wallace Awards.

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