Massive investment to improve mental health

Bill English Wellington, August 24, 2017 Almost every New Zealander has been affected either by mental health issues themselves, or when supporting family or friends. In 2007, 96,000 people used specialist mental health and addiction services. In 2017 that number

$453,000 awarded to support Auckland events

Supplied Content Auckland, August 24, 2017 Auckland Council has awarded $453,000 in grants to 32 events across Auckland thanks to its Regional Event Fund. The event grants, awarded by Auckland Council’s Community Development and Safety Committee, were assessed on several

Te Papa Board reappointments announced

Maggie Barry Wellington, August 24, 2017 We have announced the reappointment of two current members of Te Papas board, Lady Dayle Mace and Paul Majurey, for a further one-year term. Both Lady Dayle and Paul Majurey have made valuable contributions

Governor General issues writ for General Election

Supplied Content Wellington, August 23, 2017 Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy has given the go-ahead for this year’s General Election to be held. Dame Patsy has signed the writ directing the Electoral Commission to conduct the General Election on 23 September

‘Hospitality Fixtures’ run fast at Alexandra Park

Christmas At The Races announced Danielle Upton Auckland, August 22, 2017 The number of events under the ‘Christmas At The Races Hospitality Evenings’ at Alexandra Park is at its all-time peak, with eight dates now confirmed for November and December.

Condolence Mass for Wenceslaus Anthony tomorrow

At Catholic Church of Christ, the King Wednesday, August 23 at 7 pm at 260 Richardson Road, Mt Roskill, Venkat Raman (Indian Newslink) Auckland, August 22, 2017 Hundreds of mourners are expected to attend the Holy Mass and Condolence Meeting

Private Training Establishment faces criminal charges

Supplied Content Wellington, August 22, 2017 The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) has commenced criminal prosecution proceedings against an unregistered private training establishment and its director. The charges relate to alleged breaches of the Education Act 1989, including unapproved enrolment

Community Learning spreads far and wide

Nikki Kaye Wellington, August 17, 2017 About two thirds of children and young people are benefiting from their schools and early childhood education providers working together as Communities of Learning. I am pleased to announce today that another 13 Communities

Dr Lance OSullivan supports End of Life Choice

David Seymour Auckland, August 21, 2017 2014 New Zealander of the year, Dr Lance OSullivan, has publicly joined the three-quarters of New Zealanders who support a law change to allow assisted dying. In a piece on TVNZs Sundayprogramme, he outlined

Community Learning spreads far and wide

Nikki Kaye Wellington, August 17, 2017 About two thirds of children and young people are benefiting from their schools and early childhood education providers working together as Communities of Learning. I am pleased to announce today that another 13 Communities

Envoy calls Indians to unite

Venkat Raman from Mahatma Gandhi Centre in Auckland, Sunday, August 20, 2017 India’s High Commissioner Sanjiv Kohli called upon the Indian community to be united so that their voice can be heard when and where it mattered. Speaking at the

Indian Advisor wins two Immigration Awards

Venkat Raman Auckland, August 19, 2017 Auckland based Immigration Advisor Arunima Dhingra was honoured with two Awards at the Annual Awards Ceremony of the New Zealand Association for Migrant and Investment (NZAMI) held at Eden Park in Auckland last night