Tahu & Arihia Shoot for the Moon
It’s not often two South Auckland high school students and World War II find common ground. But when young singer songwriter Arihia Cassidy (Ngati Porou, Ngati Whatua) began researching the 28th Maori Battalion as part of a Reo Ma?ori class assignment, she found the letters between battalion ...Continue Reading...
The Outlook for Someday Registrations Open for 2013 Workshop Series
The Outlook for Someday 2013 is excited to present its third annual series of free one-day sustainability film-making workshops. The workshops are open to students from school years 7 to 13 as well as teachers and youth workers. This is an opportunity for young people and adults to upskill ...Continue Reading...
Rotorua Youth Card offers young people support, advice and discounts
A newly developed Rotorua Youth Card has been released for local young people between the ages of 11 and 18. Rotorua District Council’s youth projects officer Jill Campbell said the credit card-sized 2013 youth card provides information about a range of local services available to help young ...Continue Reading...
New track by Mangere rapper Laybaq “Sincerely Yours”
Up & coming Mangere Rapper ‘Laybaq’ (Mike Taii) releases his brand new single today “Sincerely Yours”, a personal and heartfelt ode to a mothers unrelenting love, sacrifices and hard work. His smooth 90’s influenced rap flow, previously showcased in his popular releases “Mangere ...Continue Reading...
Upcoming webinar series – preventing Maori suicide
Kia ora whanau, Reminder to register for the up & coming webinar (online seminars) on preventing Maori Suicide. There are three seminars January/ February/ March. Feel free to pass on. Nga mihi whanau. Upcoming webinar series – preventing Maori suicide In collaboration with the ...Continue Reading...
California Youth Demand a Plan
Kia ora whanau While many whanau at home in Aotearoa are enjoying the sun, the water, good kai and whanau, we are here visiting our whanau in California where the Gun Debate is astonishingly fatal. We all heard about the tamariki and their kaiako being shot at their school and every other day, ...Continue Reading...
Youth panel approves grants for 63 community anti-bullying projects
Associate Social Development Minister Tariana Turia today announced that 63 community projects aimed at preventing bullying will receive grants under the first round of the Te Punanga Haumaru fund. A panel of young people met over two days to consider the 185 applications received. All panel ...Continue Reading...
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