The Government’s Alcohol Reform Bill is little more than window dressing and does little to significantly help New Zealand’s 700,000 heavy drinkers or protect the public from the carnage they cause.
The shortage of affordable housing in Auckland was highlighted when all 29 independent living units about to be opened by The Salvation Army were fully tenanted within days of completion.
The Salvation Army is urging all politicians to reform the gambling machine sector.
Personal perspectives on Salvationism from Majors Campbell Roberts and Harold Hill.
The Salvation Army has opened emergency accommodation in Wellington for homeless teenage girls and young women.
The Salvation Army’s training and employment service, Employment Plus, has just gone through one of the most intensive periods of change in its 32-year history. And it’s not over yet.
Salvation Army examines long-term relief options.
Salvationists give themselves to the mission of The Salvation Army.
As The Salvation Army continues its humanitarian response following the Canterbury earthquake, an estimated 2500 church members, staff and volunteers will meet in Auckland this week to consider how best to serve their local communities.