Day in Town 2022

“Hard questions put to Ministers for Children and Social Development by PSNZ”.

Published 1 June 2022

Day in Town 2022 for PSNZ National Council and Executives Presbyterian Support New Zealand’s National Council, Chief Executives and Te

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Feels like getting on Santa’s Goody List – Government grants migrant nurses immediate residency for Christmas.

Published 19 December 2022

Today is a happy day for migrant nurses looking to make New Zealand home. For not-for-profit providers of Aged Care

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PSNZ/FWNZ Annual Report 2021-22

Published 29 November 2022

Click here to read our 2021/22 Annual Report Click here to read our Enliven, Family Works and Engaging with Te

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White Ribbon Day – 25 November

Published 17 November 2022

White Ribbon Day is an international day supported by the PCANZ, when people wear a white ribbon to show that

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Movies for Teens – The magic of the movies can make a real difference to a local (Dunedin) teen!

Published 9 November 2022

Teens are often the ones who can miss out when finances are challenging. For the eighth year running we are

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PSNZ report to General Assembly

Published 4 November 2022

Recommendations That Assembly encourages Presbytery Mission Enablers to find consistency of method in engagement with Presbyterian Support, that can enable

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Insights from ComVoices Social Policy Research Seminar

Published 3 November 2022

As Chair of Comvoices, Dr Prudence Stone MC’d the network’s Seminar which brought together its community researchers to engage with

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Praying for Children | Karakia Mo ngā Tamariki 21-27 August 2022

Published 2 August 2022

For a number of years PresCare, a partnership between the PCANZ and Presbyterian Support, have looked for ways in which

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Church Leaders urge even stronger, more courageous leadership from our Prime Minister and Cabinet Leaders

Published 13 June 2022

Leaders from Aotearoa New Zealand’s mainstream churches entreated bold responses from Government at their annual meeting with the Prime Minister. 

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