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Questions and Answers – April 1

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

Prime MinisterStatements on Northland By-election 1. Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS (LeaderNZ First) to the Prime Minister : Does he stand by all his statements regarding the Northland by-election? Read more »

Meritorious Service Medal presented to Police recipients

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Three New Zealand Police staff have been honoured today – receiving the Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) for exceptional service, commitment and achievement to Police and communities throughout New Zealand. Read more »

The St John Annual Appeal Is Coming

Press Release – St John

One of the International vintage ambulances which will be out and about next week in Christchurch for the St John Annual Appeal. The vehicle is next to one of the brand new yellow St John Mercedes ambulances. Photo credit: Malcolm Coker. Read more »

Otago appointment brings health and recreation expertise

Press Release – New Zealand Recreation Association

One of New Zealands most experienced recreation and health administrators has been appointed to the Board of the New Zealand Recreation Association (NZRA). Read more »

The Funding Network returns to raise $$$ for Kiwi Charities

Press Release – Lassoo

The Funding Network (TFN) is back with a mission to raise much-needed funds for Kiwi charities in a fun and philanthropic way. Read more »

Paihia aglow

Press Release – Focus Paihia

If you see a glow in the evening skyline coming from Paihia its all the beaming smiles on the locals as they celebrate more national recognition. Read more »

Far North low-decile schools ditch traditional teaching

Press Release – Rotary Club of Kerikeri

About seventy students at the low-decile Paihia School unwrapped brand-new Chromebook computers today as part of a revolutionary new teaching system being rolled out across the Far North by a group of principals and educators with the support of a $130,000 … Read more »

Communities Taking Charge And Winning!

Press Release – Far North District Council

For all the right reasons, New Zealand is starting to take notice of a small community in the Far North. In a district often associated with negative statistics and on the back of a bi-election wrought with whats not working in Northland, Paihia … Read more »

First International Dignity Conference in Hawkes Bay

Press Release – Response-Based Practice Aotearoa

The responses victims and perpetrators of violence receive from professionals, family members and the wider community are key in generating safety and recovery for victims and accountability for perpetrators. Socially just and effective responses to violence; … Read more »

Survey shows complex views about NZ’s relationship with Asia

Press Release – Asia New Zealand Foundation

New Zealanders feel more connected with and positive toward people from Asia, but less positive about the economic benefits of New Zealands relationship with the region, a new survey has found. Read more »

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