Diversity Headlines

Teaming up to quit smoking with the Wero Challenge

Press Release – Tairawhiti District Health

Gisborne people are teaming up to stub out a habit that is still rife in the Gisborne community. Smokers are forming teams and pledging to quit smoking for three months, as part of a national competition, the WERO Challenge, which kicks off on 1 April, … Read more »

Wellington School of Engineering Opening

Press Release – Weltec

Scores of engineering employers, from New Zealands biggest companies such as Beca and Fletchers to iconic Wellington leaders like Fraser Engineering, converged on Petone yesterday to celebrate the official opening, by Tertiary Education and … Read more »

Finlayson delivers Crown apology to Ngāruahine

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Christopher Finlayson today delivered the Crowns formal apology to Ngruahine for historical breaches of the Treaty of Waitangi. Read more »

TPPA leak suggests more challenges for NZ sovereignty

Press Release – Bridget Williams Books

As a document leaked yesterday demonstrates the potential effect of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement upon sovereign rights, Professor Margaret Wilson at Waikato University says that changes to the structure of the state are already affecting … Read more »

Crown delivers historic apology to Ngāruahine

Press Release – Ngaruahine Iwi

Crown delivers historic apology to Ngruahine Ngti Waewae hosts Taranaki iwi Treaty Settlement Apology Read more »

Harcourts Foundation achieves $3 Million milestone

Press Release – Harcourts

The charitable arm of Harcourts real estate group, The Harcourts Foundation has surpassed $3 million in funds raised to support local non-profit community groups. Read more »

Heart help at the click of a mouse

Press Release – The Heart Foundation

Isolated heart attack survivors can now access cardiac rehabilitation from the comfort of home, thanks to a ground-breaking website launched by the Heart Foundation. Read more »

Gordon Campbell on a funeral in Asia and Northland

Column – Gordon Campbell

Supposedly, New Zealands destiny lies in Asia, and that was one of Foreign Minister Murray McCullys rationales for his bungled reforms at MFAT. OK. So, if thats the case why didnt Prime Minister John Key – who was already in South Korea – … Read more »

Questions and Answers – March 26

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

Research and DevelopmentEffect on Economy 1. JAMES SHAW (Green) to the Minister of Science and Innovation : Does he stand by his statement that the Government will build a strong business-led R&D ecosystem to strengthen and diversify New … Read more »

Submissions: FTA between NZ and the Republic of Korea

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

Public submissions are being invited on this treaty. The closing date for submissions is Friday 24 April 2015 . Read more »

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