Diversity Headlines

Enhanced tertiary and research provision

Press Release – Priority one

Economic development agency Priority One is championing the development of a new Tauranga city centre tertiary and research campus, which will create a step change in the Bay of Plenty regions economy. Read more »

Time for Kiwis to start punching above weight in Humanity

Speech – Human Rights Commission

Acknowledgments and warm greetings to you all. I would especially like to welcome the relatively new representative from the UNHRC Thomas Albrecht..welcome to our part of the world, the Deputy CE for Immigration Nigel Bickle and the Ian Axford … Read more »

The New Zealand Wars – A Brief History

Press Release – Libro International

The legacy of the New Zealand Wars is all around us, but for the most part we are ignorant of how it has shaped our society and the remnants the conflict left on the landscape. Read more »

NZ Sculpture OnShore returns for 10th biennial exhibition

Press Release – Sculpture OnShore

Presenting a fresh and inspiring showcase of contemporary New Zealand art practice, the countrys largest national outdoor sculpture exhibition celebrates 20 years in support of Womens Refuge New Zealand. Read more »

Learning Te Reo: One Word At A Time

Press Release – Race Relations Commissioner

As Mori Language Week nears, Race Relations Commissioner and Mori language student Dame Susan Devoy says instead of making a maunga out of a molehill we should look to our kids for inspiration. Read more »

Recreation helps resettlement

Press Release – Ignite Sport

More than forty young people with a Refugee background are experiencing new sports in Lower Hutt, Wellington and Porirua this week. Read more »

Child Health Information Programme: no child left behind

Press Release – Joint Press Release

A new Midlands Health Network regional programme to prevent children getting lost in the health system and missing out on important health services has been welcomed by Health Minister Tony Ryall. Read more »

Kids more likely to be in poverty than any other group in NZ

Press Release – Tick for Kids

More than 30 organisations supporting the Tick for Kids campaign leading up to the General Election on 20 September are disappointed to see the latest Household Incomes Report and Economic Survey showing there are still far too many children living in … Read more »

Dr Ben Carson: Gay Marriage Is Like 2+2=5

Press Release – Family First

Family First NZ held their annual Forum on the Family last week attended by the Prime Minister and other political leaders, and a special guest was Dr Ben Carson, professor of neurosurgery, oncology, plastic surgery and paediatrics at the John Hopkins School … Read more »

Maori Party celebrates 10th anniversary

Press Release – The Maori Party

Wednesday 9 July is the 10th anniversary of the registration of the Maori Party. In a special anniversary message, the partys president Rangimarie Naida Glavish said: On this day we celebrate a decade of extraordinary achievement for our Maori … Read more »

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