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Petition Launch Calling For An Immediate Independent Inquiry Into Insitutional Racism By The Waikato Police

Press Release – Racial INJustice Matters

Campaign & Petition Launch Racial INJustice Matters calling for an immediate independent inquiry into Institutional Racism and Racial Profiling by the Waikato Police. Where we live, work, play should be safe for everyone, no matter … Read more »

New Breast Screening Clinic To Save Lives Of Auckland Women

Press Release – Auckland District Health Board

Auckland and Waitemat DHBs, with the help of Associate Minister of Health Dr Ayesha Verrall, have launched a new breast screening clinic in central Auckland today. The new Breastscreen Auckland clinic is located in Greenlane and is a collaborative approach … Read more »

The Good Guys Looking After The Good Guys

Press Release – Kia Puawai

Kia Puwai supports charities and community groups with an abundance of wellness programmes designed to build resilience to maximise their community impact. Community organisations do amazing and consistent work in our local communities. Day in and … Read more »

Govt Continuing To Target Marae Breaches Te Tiriti O Waitangi

Press Release – Te Paati Maori ki Waitemata

Te Paati Mori Co-leaders Rawiri Waititi and Debbie Ngarewa-Packer are again calling on the Government to remove powers that allow for warrantless searches of marae within the COVID-19 Public Health Response Act 2020 and Water Services Bill. It is disgraceful … Read more »

Despite Progress, Higher Rates Of Stigma And Discrimination Reported By New Zealand LGBTQ+ Students, New Analysis Shows.

Press Release – University of Auckland

Rainbow youth still facing stigma and stress but positive signs: new findings Youth19, the latest in a series of surveys focused on young people in Aotearoa, asked 7,721 secondary school-aged students about their experiences of school, home and community. … Read more »

How We Live, Not Just Bricks And Mortar

Article – Joint Press Release

by Greer ODonnell, Imogen Schoots, Deb Hallam, Bobbie Cornell, Jo Allum and Mark Southcombe Housing and sustainability experts from across New Zealand welcomed the publication of the How We Live report, launched by Motif, last Sunday. It articulates … Read more »

Cancer Society Backs Bold Measures In Government’s Proposal For A Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan

Press Release – Cancer Society

Wellington, 15 April 2021 – Cancer Society says Government’s proposed smokefree plan includes bold and forward-thinking measures that are needed at this time to make smokefree 2025 a reality. S moking is the biggest cause of cancer and preventable … Read more »

Golf Classic Celebrates 30 Years Supporting Canterbury Children

Press Release – Cholmondeley Children’s Centre

Cholmondeley Childrens Centre s longest-running annual fundraiser teed off for its 30th year on Thursday, with more than 125 participants showing off their best swings over 18 holes at Templeton Golf Club. The Cholmondeley Charity Golf Classic … Read more »

Government Echoes Calls From Climate Movement For ACC To Divest From Fossil Fuels

Press Release – 350 Aotearoa

  Climate justice organisation 350 Aotearoa is celebrating the direction from the government for the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) to accelerate its moves to divest from investments in fossil fuels. The direction to ACC to divest … Read more »

Prominent Nelsonians Oppose Maitai Valley Subdivision

Press Release – Save The Maitai

Olympic runner Rod Dixon, respected health advocate Annette Milligan and well-known actor Mark Hadlow have expressed their opposition to an application for a private plan change in the Maitai-Kaka Valley. The private plan change would allow as many … Read more »

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