New Zealand’s highest profile male artist has put his face behind what The Salvation Army is doing.
Last year, The Salvation Army helped 17,000 low-income client families celebrate Christmas without missing bill payments or going into debt.
Countdown supermarkets around the country are collecting donations to help feed 17,000 families in need this Christmas.
Andrew Mexted-Bragg voluntarily lived close to a quarter of the year on the NZ minimum wage.
New Zealand’s housing policy is overdue for a wide-ranging review if the nation is to avoid a deepening housing crisis.
Commissioners Robert and Janine Donaldson return to New Zealand after four years’ service in South Africa.
See more great family films at the 20th Wattie's Cans Film Festival.
The Kmart Wishing Tree Appeal has become New Zealand’s largest Christmas appeal.
On 13 November, Kiwis around the country can swap a can of food for a movie ticket.