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Apr - May 2018

Date Source Story as published Context 18 May NZ Herald Budget 2018: Oranga Tamariki gets nearly $270m in funding Oranga Tamariki will have nearly $270 million to spend over the nextfour years. 11 May Rotorua Daily Post  Facelift for Rotorua's Te Maioha youth justice residence The Te Maioha o Parekarangi youth justice residence on the outskirts of Rotorua has received a $1.6 million facelift as part of a nationwide programme to improve the facilities. 10 May  Maori...

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Family group conferences Youth Justice family group conferences give the child or young person who has offended a chance to own up to what they've done. They work with their whānau, victims and professionals to find solutions and make amends. Learn more Children who offend We recognise that children ag...

About the Act

The Children's Act 2014 made sweeping changes to protect vulnerable children and help them thrive, achieve and belong.The legislation includes: one new stand-alone Act, the Children's Act 2014 amendments to the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act 1989 The heads of six government departments are now accountable for protecting and improving the lives of vulnerable children. NZ Police, the Ministries of Health, Educ...

What we do

Our core services We’re building a comprehensive set of services for our children and young people, spanning prevention through to early adulthood services. The design and delivery of intervention, care and youth justice services is currently under transformation, with prevention and transition services growing over the next five years as the Ministry significantly expands its capacity in these are...