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  • Ministry of Youth Development: Contestable Fund

    Published: 14 Jun 2018

    MYD Contestable Fund: $2 Million in contestable funding across 4 streams

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  • Tararua Youth on Outward Bound

    Published: 06 Jun 2018

    Watch some Tararua locals talk about their Outward Bound experience. 

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  • Sector Stories: Whanganui

    Published: 23 Apr 2018

    Things are looking SWEET in Whanganui

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  • Korero with Hon Nanaia Mahuta & Hon Willie Jackson

    Published: 08 Feb 2018

    Local Government Minister Hon Nanaia Mahuta and Employment Minister Hon Willie Jackson recently held their first korero of 2018 with Mayors Taskforce for Jobs Chair (MTFJ) Max Baxter.   

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  • Getting youngsters legal on Marlborough roads

    Published: 23 Nov 2017

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  • Tuia - Mayoral Workshop

    Published: 18 Apr 2017

    MTFJ & Tuia were delighted to attend the 2017 Tuia Mayoral Workshop in Wellington, which was proudly supported by Wellington City Council

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  • Q & A with Hellmuth Hartung

    Published: 25 May 2016

    Hellmuth is now the Community Projects Officer for the Taupo District Council, and is extremely passionate about the work that he is involved in locally. Dan Henderson spoke with Hellmuth about his work in the Taupo community.

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  • Feature - Rayden Horton

    Published: 28 Jan 2016

    Rayden Horton was the 2015 Tuia delegate for the Ruapehu District where he was mentored by Mayor Don Cameron as part of the Rangatahi Leadership Programme, and in this article reflects on his experience within the Tuia Kaupapa.

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  • MTFJ e-Newsletter: Our Youth, Our Future - Volume 2

    Published: 08 Oct 2015

    The second volume of the MTFJ e-Newsletter; Our Youth, Our Future, was released in October 2015 and features local government case studies, success stories and the recent work the MTFJ has been doing around the country.

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  • YOUth Inspire - Hutt City Council

    Published: 02 Sep 2015

    YOUth Inspire Trust is the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs initiative currently operating in Wainuiomata in the Hutt City Council area.

    The programme aims to create real life opportunities for young people in order for them to gain skills and employment. The Trust partners with the council, the local High School and a number of educators and businesses to make these opportunities reality.

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