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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PSNZ partners with CNA and CAB to host Sector Leaders Summit to collaborate more effectively in a Disaster

Published 13 March 2023

As colleagues and peak body leaders within the Community and Voluntary Sector, Ros (EO for CNA), Kerry (CE for CAB)

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Neighbours Aotearoa

Published 1 March 2023

Neighbours Day (formerly Neighbours Day Aotearoa) is a community development initiative dedicated to growing, connecting and strengthening neighbourhoods across the

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Gaps in Government’s strategy to support parents in poverty

Published 7 February 2023

June* is a Grandmother living in Kawerau, a small town with a population under 10,000. She has lived there all

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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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