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Ngati Ruanui purchasing Patea Medical Centre

Press Release – Te Runanga o Ngaati Ruanui Trust

STARTS Itll be business as usual for Patea patients with the added benefit of regular on-site doctors as Ngati Ruanui purchases the Patea Medical centre. Read more »

New Zealand Partner Launches New Global Learning Network

Press Release – Boma NZ

New Zealand Partner Launches New Global Learning Network International entrepreneurs recently announced the launch of Boma, a new global learning and impact network for local decision and change makers. Bomas transformational learning experiences … Read more »

Ngati Ruanui purchasing Patea Medical Centre

Press Release – Te Runanga o Ngaati Ruanui Trust

Itll be business as usual for Patea Medical Centre patients but with the added benefit of regular on-site doctors as Ngati Ruanui purchases the practice. Read more »

Domestic violence survivor says we need to come together

Press Release – Waikato Women’s Refuge

At nine years old, Mereana Love walked into her familys Hamilton home after school with her two brothers to find her grandmother sobbing on the phone. Seeing the children, Loves grandmother broke the news – ‘Mums been in an accident. Mum and Leon … Read more »

Worldwide Hurricane

Article – David Swanson

In planning a conference that is coming up in Toronto, Ive been seeking out stories of peace and justice in Toronto and Canada. Wow are there a lot of them, as well as plenty of war and injustice as well. One of my favorites has got to be the story … Read more »

More funding for community based science in Taranaki

Press Release – Venture Taranaki

Taranakis Curious Minds continues to grow with the announcement of funding for a new community science project to be undertaken in 2018, and more funding for additional projects this year. Read more »

Chilling impact of poverty on child health

Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

Matted hair on maggot-infested scalps, rotting teeth in pre-schoolers, developmental delays, damp houses and poor nutrition some of the results of poverty on child health reported by paediatricians on the clinical front line. Read more »

Council adopts plan to minimise and manage waste

Press Release – Horowhenua District Council

Council adopted the Waste Minimisation and Management Plan, which sets targets for dealing with waste over the next six years and provides an action plan to meet those targets, at Wednesday nights Council meeting. Read more »

AMINZ and AUT Law School welcome a young arbitration group

Press Release – AMINZ

WELLINGTON The Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand, (AMINZ) and AUT Law School have joined forces to provide a young arbitration group in New Zealand. Read more »

Putting politics on ice in favour of an alpine career

Press Release – Skills Active

Liz Nelson is a ski instructor and coordinator for the ski kindy at Cardrona Alpine Resort. As a young student, she thought she was destined for a career in politics, but fate had other plans. Read more »

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