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The latest media releases from The Salvation Army in New Zealand, Fiji & Tonga.
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Sallies encouraged by PM's poverty pledge

25 Sep | 2014

The Salvation Army is pleased Prime Minister John Key has indicated that his newly elected Government will give greater emphasis to the elimination of Child Poverty in New Zealand.

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Election too important to trivialise

4 Aug | 2014

The Salvation Army today releases the first in a series of voter videos entitled “Make Your Vote Count”, aimed at helping people understand more about key social issues before they vote in the General Election.

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Salvation Army protests supermarket Lotto sales

2 Jul | 2014

People start out trying to win the Lotto Jackpot but end up with a far less desirable prize of a gambling problem they can’t control.

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Child poverty and domestic violence not taken seriously enough

11 Feb | 2014

The Salvation Army today released its latest annual State of the Nation report reviewing social progress in New Zealand entitled, Striking a Better Balance.

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NZ housing policy: shaky and rudderless

13 Nov | 2013

New Zealand’s housing policy is overdue for a wide-ranging review if the nation is to avoid a deepening housing crisis.

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Salvation Army and its world leader converge on Manukau

16 Sep | 2013

The Salvation Army and its new leader General André Cox at Just Action and Congress 2013.

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Sallies ask MPs to reject convention centre bill

11 Jul | 2013

The Salvation Army today asked all MPs to examine their consciences before voting on the Sky City convention centre.

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Victim identification key issue in trafficking report

21 Jun | 2013

The Salvation Army commends the US State Department for its continuing commitment to fighting the global crime of people trafficking.

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Little harm reduction evident in gambling bill

19 Jun | 2013

More courageous political leadership is required to reduce gambling harm.

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