A group of Oamaru students have been so impressed with their Education and Employment tutor they’ve recommended him as a hero.
The names ‘Bridge’ and ‘Oasis’ are returning officially to The Salvation Army as the names of its services to help those struggling with the harm caused by alcohol, drugs and gambling.
The Government and The Salvation Army will work together to provide more social housing for vulnerable Aucklanders.
Kumara has been helping some newly released prisoners get their lives back on track in Northland.
Families in urgent need of accommodation will have a safer place to stay in Wellington from next month.
Baby Boomers who have held down jobs and contributed to the well-being of New Zealand may yet become homeless in late middle age or early retirement without urgent Government action.
Nowhere to call home is the devastating reality for numbers of Auckland children and their parents.
There was a dramatic transformation for one Wellington Hope Centre visitor last week – one staff hope will be the first of many.
Volunteers who took part in The Salvation Army response to the Canterbury earthquakes were thanked at a special dinner in Christchurch on Friday.