The Salvation Army and the country’s second largest iwi, Waikato Tainui, signed a formal agreement last month to work together to better help iwi members in need.
This year’s Thought Matters conference was the most popular in its eight-year history, with 104 people attending.
An energetic Kiwi mission team from around New Zealand gets to work in Kolovai.
Commissioner Robert Donaldson to head International Moral and Social Issues Council and international governance taskforce.
Kellogg New Zealand commits 64,000 serves of breakfast cereal during World Food Day.
People from all parts of society can find themselves needing help with budgeting.
The Watties Can’s Film Festival celebrates a milestone this year, with Kiwis once again giving a can to see a movie and support people in need.
Latest education and training figures suggest Government cut education programmes for at-risk youth even as unemployment increased.
The Government has indicated it may sell some State housing resources to non-government providers.