Wellington quartet Bakers Eddy are fast making a name for themselves on New Zealand’s rock scene.
Magical Park – an app that transforms a normal park into a digital playground – is back for the rest of the year at three Auckland sites following its successful two-month trial.
Parrs Park playground is an orchard-themed playground best known for its tall tower, two awesome slides and array of climbing activities.
Olympic Park is a state-of-the-art playground that has been awarded the Outstanding Park Award by the New Zealand Recreation Association.
A Kaipātiki Local Board initiative to create the first youth-focused facility in Glenfield is now a reality.
As a second-year student at the Manukau Institute of Technology, Chelsea realised early in her studies that she needed to gain experience to develop her capability in human resources.
The programme is designed to help Auckland’s 23,000 young jobseekers (15-24 years) who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).
Auckland Council’s Te Auaunga Awa project team is celebrating the achievement of eight young people this week who are completing a construction training course and getting ready to start apprenticeships.
Thirteen local businesses and nineteen local youth were recognised at the Whau Badge awards in Avondale.
The Prime Minister's Pacific Youth Awards were held last week. The awards recognise excellence and outstanding achievement by Pacific youth in New Zealand.