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Category Archives: Youth
Youth Affairs Minister Nikki Kaye wants to recognise outstanding young community leaders and is asking New Zealanders to nominate them for a Youth Week 2014 Award before April 28.
A dedicated space in the CBD for youth opens for use on March 25. The opening of the premises at 442 Tuam Street is the result of work carried out over the last six years by the White Elephant Trust … Continue reading
Location: Jellie Park, Greers RoadLink out: Click here Time: April 5 12-6pm Description: Music, sports, arts, new experiences to try, food to eat, stalls and lots of other stuff to mark the end of summer. The organisers of this event … Continue reading
Ellen Jones Poole from St Albans is one of 20 winners in the Outlook for Someday national film making competition with her film Windows.
Location: Canterbury Horticultural Society, 57 Riccarton Avenue, Christchurch Time: September 18 8.30am-4pm Description: An exciting informative fun EXPO run by Conservation Action Network from Unlimited High School
Location: 129 Cambridge Tce Time: Wednesday, July 10 5.30pm -8.30pm Description: Listen to guest speaker, musician Tiki Taane and become part of a movement to create positive social change to reduce New Zealand youth unemployment, bullying and suicide. Learn about … Continue reading
Christchurch Central MP Nicky Wagner wants to sponsor a young person from Christchurch to attend the annual Aspiring Leaders’ Forum in Wellington in July.
Bored. Nothing to do? Tell that teen in your house to head to Harewood Road on Thursday afternoon where the Papanui Youth Development Trust is running an activities programme for teens.
If you’ve got a brilliant idea and you want to make it happen head along to The Ministry of Awesome’s Coffee and Jam sessions at the Epic Hub (opposite the new C1 cafe) on Tuesday lunchtimes. You’ll get feedback, meet … Continue reading
UNICEF New Zealand is looking for young people who are passionate about global issues, children’s rights and making a difference to become Youth Ambassadors for 2013 – 2014.
St Albans Youth seeking funding to develop their skills can apply to the Shirley Papanui Community Board’s Youth Development Fund.