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Selwyn Foundation To Give Up To $100 Million To Vulnerable Seniors Following Agreement With Metlifecare

Press Release – Selwyn Foundation

The Selwyn Foundation plans to increase its charitable giving to a target of $100 million over the next 10 years, following the proposed transfer of half of its retirement village capacity to Metlifecare. The proceeds of this sale will be ethically invested … Read more »

New And Old Waipareira Trustees Welcomed Aboard By Chair

Press Release – Waipareira Trust

Waipareira Chair Raymond Hall has welcomed back incumbent Board members Rocky Tahuri and Merepaea Te Uira-Dunn, and newest member Apirana Pewhairangi to the west Auckland urban Mori Board. Tahuri, Dunn and Pewhairangi were duly elected by community vote … Read more »

No Place Like Home – Blenheim Housing Preference Study

Press Release – Marlborough District Council

Marlborough District Council has commissioned a survey to investigate what is important to Blenheim households when choosing a place to live. The results from the survey will help Marlborough District Council plan for the kinds of houses the town needs … Read more »

New Text Service To Support Disabled Peoples’ Vaccinations

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Efforts to support disabled peoples vaccinations go from strength-to-strength with the launch of a new text service, Minister for Disability Issues Carmel Sepuloni announced today. Read more »

She Is Not Your Rehab – White Ribbon Day Media Conference 2021

Press Release – Sister Sister Limited

#DearTeamOfFiveMillion White Ribbon Day Media Conference Against Domestic Violence. 7am + 1pm, Thursday, 25th November 2021, Press Release: She Is Not Your Rehab Christchurch based anti-violence movement She Is Not Your Rehab and Integrated Safety Response … Read more »

For New Zealand, COP26 Is Right On Trend. A Lot Of Talk, Not So Much Action

Opinion – Nigel Little

Of all the commitments to come out of COP26, The Global Methane Pledge is arguably the most significant. While carbon dioxide emissions usually grab the headlines, methane quietly continues to contribute a third of current global warming from human … Read more »

Better School Playgrounds Build Better Kids

Press Release – Mitre 10

The benefits kids get from playing at outdoor playgrounds is almost unlimited. It helps cognitive, emotional and physical development, supports wellbeing, socialisation and understanding of risk. Unfortunately, the stats on the state of play in our land … Read more »

Pacific Community Reach Vaccination Milestone

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Pacific communities across the nation have rolled up their sleeves and played their part to reach a major vaccination milestone, 90 percent have now had their first vaccination, Aupito William Sio, Minister for Pacific Peoples and Associate Minister … Read more »

Shining A Light On Loneliness In The Horowhenua

Press Release – Horowhenua District Council

Initiated by the New Zealand Coalition to End Loneliness, Light up Loneliness is about bringing people together, to reach out and support people who are feeling lonely and isolated. Horowhenua District Council was asked how they light up loneliness … Read more »

Empowering Diverse Communities

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence and Sexual Violence Marama Davidson has approved five funding grants to support national-level family violence and sexual violence prevention initiatives for LGBTQIA+ people, disabled people, older people … Read more »

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