The second forum in our pre-election series.
Topic: How do we ensure every family and individual in New Zealand has a fair income so they can participate well in society?
The Panel is chaired by Lyndy McIntyre of Living Wage. Panelists include Paul Barber, NZ Council of Christian Social Services, Max Rashbrooke, Journalist and author and Regina Tito-Campbell DCM Outreach Worker.
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Pentecost 24 Transgender (Sun)Day of Remembrance
Today we commemorate members of the trans community who have been killed, and who have taken their lives, in 25 countries for which records have been received. The Glamaphones join us for the service.
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Hello everyone, I’m back from 10 days down south where the weather varied from snow to 600m (at which level we were staying!) to beautifully warm spring days. Sounds like New Zealand weather! Thanks to all who picked up extras in my absence. Exciting times in...read more
What a wonderful turn out we had for the Annual General Meeting last Sunday with 64 people in attendance and 10 apologies. To me it is the sign of a vibrant community. I want here to pay tribute to Susan Jones, our Minister, for the role she has in leading us...read more
Hello everyone, November has begun and with it, no doubt, the traditional run down (or up) to Christmas. Oh my goodness! This month of November is like an ever spiralling patchwork quilt of our life together. Tonight the Spring seminar from St Andrew’s Trust for the...read more
What’s your favourite flavour? Remember as a child poring over the ice-cream counter trying to choose that flavour? In my childhood they didn’t have ‘cookies and cream‘or ‘rocky road’ or ‘walnut-caramel- blue cheese and pear with hundreds and thousands!! (I made that...read more
Hello everyone, Light at the end of the tunnel! After the exhaustive policy discussions which have been happening over the last weeks, seeing political light at the end of the tunnel of governmental uncertainty has been a relief to many. I have been bemused at the...read more
Hello everyone, The tragic event at Las Vegas has left the world wondering again. What’s more frightening, a shooting or bombing with a known religio/political goal or something like Las Vegas where the search for any purpose has so far been fruitless? But then,...read more
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