Search results for youth
Found in Government A-Z / Youth Court
They deal with criminal offending by children and young people that's too serious to be dealt with any other way.
Found in Law, crime and justice / The courts / How the youth justice system works
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 / Ministry of Youth Development
They help young people, aged between 12 and 24 years old, to use their knowledge, skills and experience to participate...
Found in Law, crime and justice / The courts / Find your local district court
New Zealand's 59 district courts deal with both criminal and civil matters. You can also pay fines at these courts.
Found in Family and whānau / Financial help for your family / Youth benefits
Payments for young people aged 16 or 17 who can't live with their parents, and for young parents aged 16 to 19.
Found in Government A-Z / New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
Their programme includes: seasons of major symphonic repertoire a wide range of education programmes opera and ballet productions television,...
Found in Government A-Z / Health Quality and Safety Commission New Zealand
Their programmes include: medication safety infection prevention and control reporting events or incidents reducing harm during surgery reducing harm...
Found in Government A-Z / Whitireia Community Polytechnic
They provide certificate, diploma, degree and post-graduate programmes in: beauty and hairdressing business communication media foundation and youth guarantee...
Found in Government A-Z / Defence Employer Support Council
They support organisations who employ territorial and cadet force personnel.
Found in Law, crime and justice / The courts / Appearing in court
You'll first appear to enter a plea. If you plead not guilty, you'll appear again at a later date. If you plead guilty, you'll either be sentenced immediately or appear later for sentencing.