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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 »

Smokefree Action Plan Needed For Underserved Communities

Press Release – Hapai Te Hauora

Tala Pasifika; Pacific Action For Change congratulate Associate Minister of Health, Dr. Ayesha Verrall for todays release of a strong comprehensive action plan to achieve a Smokefree Aotearoa. Tala Pasifika Director, Lealailepule Edward Cowley … Read more »

Migrant Communities Step Up To The Mantle Of Tangata Tiriti

Press Release – Multicultural New Zealand

New Zealands multicultural communities are leading the hikoi to a Treaty-based Aotearoa this weekend (16-17th April 2021). Multicultural New Zealand (MNZ) is taking 50 community leaders from around New Zealand on a journey from Auckland up to Waitangi … Read more »

Hamilton City Council Agrees To Consider Maaori Wards

Press Release – Hamilton City Council

Hamilton City Council has agreed to consider Maaori wards in time for the next election. The wider community will have three weeks to provide feedback on Maaori wards as well as on other ways of achieving Maaori representation on Council. Todays (15 … Read more »

First Vaccination Of The Southern District’s Aged Care Residents

Press Release – Southern District Health Board

The Southern District Health Board reached a major milestone in its rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination today as it vaccinated some of the districts most vulnerable people. Residents at Presbyterian Support Southland Enliven Vickery Court, Invercargill, … Read more »

Sharon Shea Announced As First Māori Board Chair Of Bay Of Plenty District Health Board

Press Release – Bay of Plenty District Health Board

Sharon Shea says she is proud and honoured to be named as the first ever permanent Mori Board Chair of the Bay of Plenty District Health Board (BOPDHB), calling it an important signpost for the community. <img src=”https://img.scoop.co.nz/stories/images/2104/5899eb6799e446b6886b.jpeg” … Read more »

Around 45,000 People Eligible For Bowel Screening Test

Press Release – Capital and Coast District Health Board

People aged 60-74 years living in Kapiti, Porirua, and Wellington and who are enrolled with a GP can expect an invitation to participate in the free National Bowel Screening programme over the next two years. The screening programme already in place in … Read more »

The Good Collective Brings Local Business And The Charitable Sector Together To Do Good Work For Our Communities

Press Release – The Good Collective

Bringing together leading businesses and the charitable sector, The Good Collective is a one-stop-collaboration hub so they can become more robust, financially viable and more effective at doing great things in our community. It is not through a lack … Read more »

2021 RSA Poppy Appeal Showcases And Salutes New Zealand’s Military Women

Press Release – Givealittle

One year after an extraordinary $270,000 response to a Poppy Day Appeal that went digital while the country was in Level 4 lockdown on Anzac Day 2020, New Zealanders are again able to turn to Givealittle to remember, thank and support the nations … Read more »

Urgent Press Release Regarding Terrorist Seeking Judicial Review: FIANZ

Press Release – FIANZ

The Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand (FIANZ) is not surprised by the recent developments regarding the terrorist seeking a judicial review. The terrorist is following the same pattern as previous convicted terrorists in Europe and Canada. … Read more »

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