The first State of the Nation report on Pasifika people is released.
First course graduates at the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Centre.
News from the Tri-Territorial Heritage Centre and Archives Conference.
New SkyCity Convention Centre will potentially cause more problems.
New Zealand Salvation Army co-hosts third event.
This year’s Red Shield Street Appeal will be the most important in decades.
2013 Red Shield Appeal launches with Wellington breakfast.
Vote for The Salvation Army in Z Energy’s Good in the Hood programme.
The State of the Nation 2013 report is released.
Hornby Community Ministries' healthy eating habits course.
The 2012 National Maori Ministry Hui was held at Tuakau, in Auckland.
Christmas Greetings from Commissioners Don and Debi Bell.
Rotoroa Island will eventually become a sanctuary for endangered species.
The commissioning and ordination of thirteen new Salvation Army officers in Wellington.
East City Corps used the Howick Christmas Parade to kick off its Christmas Advent series.
Fitness Evolved is offering free week-long boot camps in exchange for non-perishable food items and toys.
Salvation Army and Tranz Metro team up to deliver the Goodwill Express.
Plans are great but prayer brings success, writes Major Clive Nicolson.
Hornby Community Ministries launches ‘Kai Mahi—food for the people’.
The Government’s response to the Productivity Commission’s report.
October 12 was World Egg Day and food banks across the country got covered in eggs.
Captain Rebecca Gane explains why the Amplify Creative Arts Camp is a must-do.
Leven St building is deemed a serious earthquake risk.
The InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) kicks off its successful online auction series today.
Acting on recommendations critical to raise more than a quarter million of Kiwi children out of poverty.
Child poverty discussion crucial, say NZ church leaders
Withholding, withdrawing or declining medical treatment is not 'euthanasia'.
Weakening of the Alcohol Law Reform Bill will come at a human and financial cost to the country.
Auckland Council and the Government need to step up to avert an impending housing crisis.
The 2012 ‘Stream’ symposium focussed on Christian engagement with the mission of God.
Join in prayer for your fellow-Christians working in media.
Sallies launch STOP THE TRAFFIK in NZ.
New Plymouth Prison to be replaced with prisoner reintegration centre.
The building is gone but the community ministry continues.
The Salvation Army to lead STOP THE TRAFFIK Aotearoa NZ network.
Targeted employment training for the Christchurch rebuild.
Art competition to be held at the 2012 Thought Matters Conference.
Salvation Army launches 2012 Red Shield Appeal.
The Salvation Army's response to the alcohol law reform proposals.
Increasing demand on South Island services.
Centres hoping for a good result from this year’s Red Shield Appeal.
For the past three years, Community Ministries centres have met record demands.
The latest update on the floods in Fiji.
Award winning advertsing agency to promote The Salvation Army's work.
The Notorious chapter of the Mongrel Mob and The Salvation Army working for good together.
The 12 New Zealand cadets starting officer training were welcomed at the Wellington Citadel.
Reaching out to serve after floods devastate Fiji.
Euthanasia and assisted suicide are morally wrong regardless of illness, age or disability.
Majors Campbell and Gay Roberts retire after almost 44 years.
General Linda Bond and zonal leaders were in NZ in February.
Significant fire damage but no one injured on Friday 2 March.
The fifth State of the Nation report, titled The Growing Divide has been released.
2012 State of the Nation released.
General Linda Bond and other international leaders visit NZ.
One year on from the earthquake, we're hard at work in Christchurch.
Young people put their talents on display at Amplify 2012.
The Salvation Army has been providing shelter and food.
'Beginnings' was a central theme of a commissioning weekend.
International leaders visit Fiji Division for cadet commissioning.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) provided paid holidays for disadvantaged families.
Declining housing affordability and a growing shortage one of New Zealand’s greatest social policy failures.
Labour abuses on foreign-chartered fishing vessels contracted to New Zealand companies.
A Christmas Message from General Linda Bond
Political parties need to provide detail around the jobs they will create and how they will achieve this.
Survey results of housing conditions in one of Auckland’s more overcrowded suburbs.
The Salvation Army calls on community and sporting groups to reject funding.
Low-income families in one of NZ’s poorest suburbs are facing far higher increases.
The Porirua Salvation Army is opposing the renewal of a liquor license for a Cannons Creek bottle store.
It is still possible to place people in danger of long-term unemployment into work.
Three Salvation Army-funded shower units are about to open to Christchurch’s quake-affected residents.
Auckland City Corps was packed to bursting with people ready for an evening of music to raise funds for The Salvation Army Canterbury Earthquake Appeal.
The Salvation Army is concerned at the growing availability of un-researched psychoactive drugs in New Zealand.
The InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) will begin fundraising tomorrow for a joint Salvation Army and IHG programme.
The Salvation Army has concluded its concentrated visitation programme following the Christchurch earthquake.
The Salvation Army in New Zealand is deeply saddened by the promotion to Glory from active service Aux-Captain Hohepa (Joe) Patea.
SpiritSong launched into 2011 with a first-class concert at Te Papa’s Soundings Theatre on Saturday 26 March.
Salvation Army personnel in Christchurch now have the benefit of two brand new, top-of-the-range Isuzu four-wheel drive vehicles.
The Salvation Army is to distribute nine pallets of Dilmah tea bags to quake-affected Christchurch residents.
Rotoroa Island in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf opened to the public for the first time in over 100 years on Sunday 27 February 2011.
Fundraisers and supporters dug deep to help New Zealand’s most vulnerable ahead of this year’s public street appeal from 2-8 May.
The Salvation Army is adapting its relief work as Civil Defence scales down its welfare centres in preparation for the closure of all but one centre this weekend.
The Salvation Army’s operations in quake-affected Canterbury have shifted up a gear in the past 24 hours.
The Salvation Army is reporting an escalation of welfare needs in Christchurch.
Major aftershocks are still being felt, and our people report seeing some very distressed people.
The Salvation Army has boosted the number of its psychosocial support workers in quake-affected Canterbury.
An exciting international sporting and fundraising initiative for Canterbury residents will take place at Wellington’s Newtown Park on Saturday.
The Salvation Army is heavily involved in providing food and psychosocial support in Christchurch.
The Salvation Army’s earthquake response is underway, feeding and caring for Canterbury residents displaced by yesterday’s 6.3 magnitude earthquake.
Christchurch was hit by a huge earthquake on Tuesday 22 February, causing deaths and widespread destruction.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), in partnership with The Salvation Army, raised more than $26,000.
The Salvation Army’s fourth State of the Nation report suggests that New Zealand’s social progress in recent years has ground to a halt.
The Salvation Army’s 2010 Annual Report for the New Zealand Fiji and Tonga Territory is a comprehensive overview of The Salvation Army.
Tertiary education funding policy is failing the young and most disadvantaged unemployed people.
Gifts urgently needed to plant a Christmas smile on children’s faces.
The real damage is the ongoing anguish, the uncertainty and the residue of fear faced by thousands of families.
For the third year in a row The Salvation Army’s It’s a Wrap Christmas CD has reached the equivalent of platinum status.
In 2010, The Salvation Army New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory was blessed with the most cadets in training since 1983.
Kiwis urged to help make New Zealand a happier place this Christmas.
New Zealanders urged to prove poll expectations wrong.
Makers of Vogel’s Breakfast Cereal have donated a record number of cereal packs to The Salvation Army food banks.
Corps and hostel building used to house homeless and evacuees in the capital.
Congress 2013 takes place in September.
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