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Churches voice concern for students

Here is the church leaders' statement which argues for a compassionate response to 11 Indian students facing deportation from New Zealand.

Budget is about more than numbers, says Archbishop

A budget is a moral document as well as a fiscal one - and this budget has fallen short in three areas critical to the wellbeing of New Zealanders, says Archbishop Philip Richardson

Social justice role completed

The Rev Dr Anthony Dancer’s role as Social Justice Commissioner has come to an end.

The effect of tree planting

If every person on the planet planted 40 trees it could slow climate change long enough to allow time to develop alternative technologies.

Children of Parihaka feature

"TATARAKIHI: The Children of Parihaka," will have a repeat screening in Christchurch on August 27.

WCC 'Living Letters' statement

The World Council of Churches has released a statement which is sharply critical of Australian  government treatment of Aboriginal Peoples.

The E-Town Breakfast Club

Tragedy struck the Central Taranaki town of Eltham in November 2006. Out of that tragedy, real hope - in the shape of a youth centre called E-Town - has been born. 

Bishop Victoria sees need for community

There is a huge need for community in the aftermath of Canterbury's earthquake, says Bishop Victoria Matthews in a letter to all parishes.

How much pain can Pakistanis take?

“How many times can Pakistanis get run over and get up again?” asks an aid expert.

Bishops slam prison conditions

New album centres on justice

Towards a theology of 'enough'

When market forces run amok...

Waging peace in Christ's name


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