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Should I stay or should I go? Question faces most young Tasmanians as they finish school or study

The Tasmanian Youth Forum is surveying people aged 12 to 25 about what they think about living in Tasmania and how they see their future in the state. Original article

‘Gambling’s not a game’ - strategy for young people's gambling

A comprehensive strategy being tested in Victorian schools and sporting clubs and supported by a major advertising campaign is putting the spotlight on gambling and young people. Original article

11 Oct 2013

Should I stay or should I go? Question faces most young Tasmanians as they finish school or study

The Tasmanian Youth Forum is surveying people aged 12 to 25 about what they think about living in Tasmania and how they see their future in the state. Original article

11 Oct 2013

$5M to build youth e-mental health platform

In addition to expanding the number of headspace services across the country, the federal government has committed $5 million over three years to help fund the development of a comprehensive e-mental health platform for young people. Original article

11 Oct 2013

Millennials know public transit makes life better

Recent studies in the US show that young people use multiple modes of transportation, including different forms of public transportation, several times a week. Original article

11 Oct 2013

Gen why? Don't write off missing youth vote

While the election is over and the dust has settled, youth engagement in politics is still a hot topic. Original article

11 Oct 2013

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