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While living inside a youth justice facility Renaldo's love of chess and sports has been nurtured


Battling to turn around the lives of young criminals

The Ministry for Children, Oranga Tamariki, runs 4 youth justice residences and a handful of community remand homes. They house many young people waiting to go to court, but also a small hardcore of repeat offenders. From July next year, new legislation comes into force that raises the age range to include teenagers up to their 18th birthday. But is Oranga Tamariki succeeding with these young people now and how will it cope with even great numbers?
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Protect and Promote - Can DoC Really Do Both?

3.7 million tourists visited NZ last year, many heading to National Parks and camping grounds. South Island Bureau Chief, Belinda McCammon, explores whether DoC can manage growing tourist numbers and its responsibility as the guardian of public land.


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