One year on from the earthquake that claimed 185 lives in Christchurch, Salvation Army recovery personnel predict a tough year ahead for many eastern suburbs residents in particular.
The Salvation Army’s third annual territorial creative arts camp for young people was recently held.
The Salvation Army has been providing shelter, food and clean water after severe weather caused floods and landslides in Fiji’s western districts last week.
New Officers in New Zealand off to a good start with Chief of the Staff and Commissioner Sue Swanson.
Chief of the Staff, Commissioner Barry C. Swanson, and World President of Women’s Ministries Commissioner Sue Swanson visit Fiji Division.
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) and its staff around the country provided all-expenses-paid holidays to more than 30 seriously disadvantaged families last year and are set to do it all again.
Declining housing affordability and a growing housing shortage may be one of New Zealand’s greatest social policy failures of the past decade, says The Salvation Army.
University of Auckland researchers revealed the first documented cases of human trafficking in New Zealand at a recent trafficking conference in Wellington.
Political parties need to start providing detail around what kind of jobs they will create and how they will achieve this or their policies to relieve unemployment will be largely worthless.