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Public feedback sought on draft Victims Code

The Ministry of Justice is seeking public input on the draft Victims Code. Consultation closes 29 May 2015.

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Vacancy: Acting District Court Judges

The Attorney-General wishes to hear from suitably qualified persons who would like to be considered for appointment as an Acting District Court Judge in Gisborne, Manukau, Rotorua, Palmerston North and Hamilton. Applications close 24 April 2015.

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Children's workforce guidelines

New guidelines to help people and organisations that work with children to prevent child abuse and neglect are available on the Children's Action Plan website.

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National Home Safety Service contract awarded

Justice Minister Hon Amy Adams announced the new National Home Safety Service will be delivered by the National Collective of Independent Women’s Refuges.

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Ministry of Justice Annual Report 2013-2014

The Ministry of Justice Annual Report for the 2013/14 year is now available.

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YCAP: Information sharing guide

This guide takes you through a 5-step checklist that will help you decide whether it is OK to share a young person’s information.

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Changes to Civil Justice

The District Court Rules 2014 are coming into force on 1 July. Go to the Civil Justice website find out how this impacts civil claims.

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Representing yourself in the High Court of New Zealand

The information in this section of the Ministry of Justice’s website will help you understand how you can represent yourself when taking a claim to the High Court of New Zealand or defending a claim in the High Court.

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