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Naki Boys Roll Out Yellow Welcome to Help Kiwi Kids

Press Release – Variety Bash

Nigel Williams knows a lot of soft-hearted Taranaki blokes. He runs the Naki Boys, a loose-knit group of Kiwi mates who run fund-raisers in aid of Variety The Childrens Charity, and each year form a team to run the bright yellow Naki fire engine in the … Read more »

Moto Lodge donates Chiefs rugby tickets to Health Trust

Press Release – Media PA

Argent Moto Lodge donates Chiefs rugby tickets to the True Colours Childrens Health Trust. Read more »

Plunket needs your hugs!

Press Release – New Zealand Plunket Society

Plunket needs your hugs! Next week (2-8 March) is Plunkets Annual Bear Hug Appeal and Plunket volunteers are getting out and about to raise funds for local and regional services for children and their families. Plunket has been welcomed … Read more »

Seymour Speech [21/2/15]: Our classical liberal tribe

Speech – ACT New Zealand

Its a pleasure and honour to speak with you as Act Leader in our Partys 20th year of parliamentary representation. Read more »

Appointments to Lottery Distribution Committees

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne today announced 13 new members to ten Lottery distribution committees with terms commencing on 2 March 2015. Read more »

Orphan Drug negotiations hampered by inadequate budget

Press Release – NZ Organisation for Rare Disorders

Pharmacs announcement that its in active negotiation with 8 companies for supply of medicines for rare disorders, is welcome news for patients currently denied access to approved orphan medicines. But the NZ Organisation for Rare Disorders says … Read more »

University of Canterbury students launch Two Weeks Without

Press Release – University of Canterbury

Two University of Canterbury students have created an amazing scheme – Two Weeks Without – to support charities. Read more »

Media Imagination: Asking the Right Questions : Keith Rankin

Column – Keith Rankin

There are many concerns about the state of the ‘free’ (as in ‘free speech’ not ‘free lunch’) media today, and many of them relate to the conflicting pressures to inform, to make the powerful accountable, and to make a profit. Clearly the latter two pressures … Read more »

Council moves forward with Housing Accord

Press Release – Nelson City Council

Nelson City Council today agreed to commence negotiations to enter into a Housing Accord with the Minister of Building and Housing Hon Dr Nick Smith. Read more »

Community of the Year award winner announced

Press Release – Mitre 10

Paihia has been rewarded for its emphasis on community by being named the winner of the Mitre 10 Community of the Year award as part of the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year awards ceremony in Auckland last night. Read more »

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