Diversity Headlines

New Ruapehu (And NZ) Citizens

Press Release – Ruapehu District Council

Ruapehu Mayor Don Cameron swore-in five new New Zealand citizens at an official ceremony in councils Ohakune chamber today. Read more »

Moon sighting signals beginning of Eid

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Muslim New Zealanders will today celebrate the Islamic festival Eid-ul Fitr following the sighting of the new moon and will come together to celebrate at Parliament this week, Ethnic Affairs Minister Judith Collins says. Eid-ul Fitr, is celebrated by … Read more »

On the 20th Day of the Israeli Offensive

Press Release – Palestinian Centre For Human Rights

During Declared Humanitarian Truce, Medical and Defense Crews Have Access to Areas Invaded by Israeli Forces; Israeli Forces Cause Extensive Damage to These Areas; Dozens of Corpses of Palestinian Recovered; 2 Families Found under … Read more »

Rhoda Read nurses training saves Berkeley’s life

Press Release – Waikato DHB

Retired Pateronga farmer Berkeley Clark, 83, is living proof training for saving lives is just as important as actually saving them. Read more »

Launch of Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu Whānau Ora

Speech – New Zealand Government

Launch of Te Ptahitanga o Te Waipounamu Whnau Ora Commissioning Agency, Ng Hau e Wh Marae, tautahi Read more »

Seeking further nominations for rts Pasifika Awards

Press Release – Creative New Zealand

Creative New Zealand is seeking further nominations in two categories for its 2014 Arts Pasifika Awards, which celebrate excellence and innovation in Pacific arts in New Zealand. Read more »

Major events funding confirmed for Auckland Pride Parade

Press Release – Auckland Pride Festival

Wednesday 23 July Major events funding confirmed for Auckland Pride Parade for 2015/2016 The Auckland Pride Parade will feature in Aucklands major events calendar for the next two years, thanks to support from Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic … Read more »

Rotorua final results

Press Release – Smokefree Pacifica Beats

The reggae rock sound of their nine piece band put Open Arms from Rotorua Boys High School in first place at this years regional Smokefree Pacifica Beats final at the Convention Centre on Saturday afternoon. Read more »

Time running out for researcher with motor neurone disease

Press Release – University of Canterbury

A terminally-ill University of Canterbury researcher is almost running out of time to complete her research before motor neurone disease takes over her life. Read more »

Deaf Aotearoa wins I Am Auckland Youth Voice Award

Press Release – Deaf Aotearoa

Deaf Aotearoa were thrilled to be honoured in the inaugural I Am Auckland Awards, winning the Youth Voice category, which recognises the best youth worker and organisation in giving young people a voice and creating opportunities for them to have their … Read more »

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