The fascinating true story of the Allies race to save precious art and artifacts from destruction by the Nazis.
Every year on 8 March, people around the world celebrate International Women’s Day by recognising the advances of women’s rights socially, economically and politically.
Initi Tu’iono used to think that only ‘losers’ needed Jesus.
A victim from World War II's infamous "Death Railway" sets out to find those responsible for his torture.
It’s been three long years since a devastating earthquake struck Christchurch, causing loss of life, property and security. In this edition, the head of our work in the South Island pays tribute to the hard work of The Salvation Army after the earthquake and speaks frankly about some of the challenges that this year may bring.
Latest news and comment from the Social Policy & Parliamentary Unit.
Lieutenant Sharon Autry is a corps officer at Oklahoma City Corps in the USA. She recounts the day a tornado changed the landscape of her town of Moore.
185 people died as a result of the 6.3 magnitude earthquake that struck Christchurch on 22 February 2011. BBuildings were destroyed, livelihoods lost and entire communities fractured. But this is a tragedy that also saw people rally to help and support one another.
The Salvation Army's submission to the Land Transport Amendment Bill.
The Salvation Army's submission to the Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill (No. 3).
Ross Wardle of the Corps Growth and Mission Resources Department looks back on the 1981 Springbok Tour.
Jill Garrett is making a difference to children and parents in Hornby.
General André Cox shares his vision for a Christ-centred Army that practices what it preaches from the top leadership down.
I’ve been enjoying listening to the Christmas present my husband bought me last year. It’s a CD by Australian troubadour Paul Kelly and Kiwi music icon Neil Finn. The pair performed in an Australian tour last year and the CD (with DVD—how’s that for value!) I received for Christmas is a recording of the amazing performances that resulted.
The Salvation Army's submission to the Immigration Amendment Bill (No 2).
The Salvation Army today released its latest annual State of the Nation report reviewing social progress in New Zealand entitled, Striking a Better Balance.
The Salvation Army's submission to the Objectionable Publications and Indecency Legislation Bill.
Finding a genuine way to honour the Treaty of Waitangi.
Modern technology is making it harder for people to leave work behind.
Janet Green is starting a new season in her life as a Salvation Army officer.