Search results for youth
Found in Crime, law and justice / Courts and jury service / Youth courts
Kids aged 12 to 16 who’ve been charged with a crime will go to a youth court. Youth courts are part of the District Courts.
Found in Government A-Z / Ministry of Youth Development
We develop young people's skills, confidence and self-management skills.
Found in Government A-Z / Youth Court
We're for kids 12 to 16 who've been charged by the police and have to go to court.
Found in Government A-Z / Child, Youth and Family
We have legal powers to protect and help children who are abused, neglected or have problem behaviour.
Found in Money, benefits and tax / Financial help, benefits and ACC payments / Youth benefits
Payments for young people aged 16 or 17 who can't live with their parents, and for young parents aged 16 to 18.
Found in Crime, law and justice / Courts and jury service / Legal aid for children and young people
If a child under 16 breaks the law, they can get legal help. What they’ll get depends on their age.
Found in Government A-Z / New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
We're the country's national orchestra and play over 100 performances each year.
Found in Government A-Z / Whitireia Community Polytechnic
We have campuses in Auckland, Wellington, Kapiti and Porirua.
Found in Government A-Z / Health Quality and Safety Commission New Zealand
We work to ensure all New Zealanders receive the best health and disability care within our available resources.
Found in Money, benefits and tax / Financial help, benefits and ACC payments / Some Work and Income benefits have new names
The types of benefits you can get changed in July 2013.