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nicola_2018-200x300Nicola Sutton

Chief Executive | English Language Partners New Zealand

Imagine moving to a new country where the language, customs, and expectations radically differ from yours. On top of this, you are young. Maintaining good wellbeing as a newcomer is hard. However, multicultural young people have strong positive characteristics that supports their wellbeing despite the challenges. Read more »

UPDATE: Man shot in Kawerau

Press Release – New Zealand Police

This was a tragic event and the outcome today is something no Police officer wants to see. Read more »

Parliament: Questions and Answers – Feb 21

Press Release – Hansard

1. KIRITAPU ALLAN (Labour) to the Minister of Finance : What is the Government’s initial response to the independent Tax Working Group report released today? Read more »

Te Reo Māori: he ara hou | Māori Language: a new course

Press Release – Panui Papaho

21 Huitangaru | February 2018 Te Reo Mori: he ara hou | Mori Language: a new course Read more »

Rotuman Community marks International Mother Language Day

Press Release – Auckland Rotuman Fellowship Group

The United Nations celebrates International Mother Language Day today, 21 February. Read more »

The Shared Lines: Kaikoura Arts Festival is in Full Swing!

Press Release – Shared Lines Kaikoura Arts Festival

The Shared Lines: Kaikoura Arts Festival is in full swing, having enjoyed a successful launch on Saturday, with activities continuing daily unti the big finale Street Party this Saturday. Read more »

Te Matatini offers trip of a lifetime for Wairarapa group

Press Release – IHC

Their ultimate goal is to perform on the worlds biggest and most prestigious kapa haka stage. Read more »

Rebrand reflects reach of organisation

Press Release – Te Rau Ora

A Mori Mental Health organisation which has broadened its services and does more than was originally intended is changing its name to more accurately reflect the work it does. Read more »

Social Workers recognise World Social Justice Day

Press Release – Aotearoa NZ Association of Social Workers

Social Justice is a concept that acknowledges the distribution of wealth, influence and privilege in society is not always fair and seeks to address these deficits, so that individuals and families / whanau from all walks of life are able to access … Read more »

Meet the DOC Whanau at Te Matatini

Press Release – Department of Conservation

Rangers and staff from the Department of Conservation will be part of Te Matatini ki te Ao 2019 celebrations at Westpac Stadium in Wellington this weekend. Read more »

A weighty issue for Auckland Māori

Press Release – University of Auckland

Young researcher Hannah Rapata is passionate about improving Mori health and nutrition. Having spent the past two years cultivating her knowledge of indigenous health and food practices, the aspiring dietician was thrilled to have the opportunity to work … Read more »