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Anglicans welcome broader inquiry

A broader investigation into the historic abuse of children in institutions was always needed, says Archbishop Philip Richardson. He's welcomed news that the Royal Commission of Inquiry will now include children in the care of faith-based institutions.
• The PM's statement on the extension of the inquiry

Xmas story free to 85K kids

The Bible Society New Zealand is inviting churches to join its giveaway of thousands of fully illustrated children’s Christmas story books across Aotearoa New Zealand this year.

Study reveals NZ faith trends

A recently completed study of faith and belief in Aotearoa offers both good and bad news on the New Zealand public's view of Christians and the church.

NZCCSS advocates for social workers

The NZ Council of Christian Social Services is calling on the Government to close the pay rate gaps across the Aotearoa New Zealand social work sector.

Celebrating Te Paipera Tapu

The Bible Society is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the first full edition of the Bible in te Reo Māori by digitising its text, and keeping up with modern Māori through new resources and translations.

Anglicans offering children hope

Archbishop David Moxon has called on the Anglican Communion to offer children hope in a world prone to despair.

Taonga magazine to go online

Anglican communications are heading online across Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia to bring our voice as a Church into the spaces where most of our people are finding and making the news.

NZCCSS lauds rental law changes

Christian social service agencies who work with some of the country's poorest and most vulnerable families have come out in support of the Government's proposed changes to rental laws.
• Churned out: the importance of security of tenure

St John's funding goes online

The St Johns College Trust Board has ditched the paperwork and launched an online scholarship application system. The closing date for those applications is August 31.


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Andrew Brown

The CofE should learn from Harry Potter at Halloween

Andrew Brown

The CofE should learn from Harry Potter at Halloween

Hirini Kaa

150 years of the Bible in te reo Māori

Hirini Kaa

150 years of the Bible in te reo Māori

Alice Wu

The power of words: speaking hate or grace

Alice Wu

The power of words: speaking hate or grace

Wes Granberg-Michaelson

Time to convict crimes against creation

Wes Granberg-Michaelson

Time to convict crimes against creation

Liz Caughey

Harry Potter or Theology? Both.

Liz Caughey

Harry Potter or Theology? Both.

Giles Fraser

Time to give 'one minute silence' a break

Giles Fraser

Time to give 'one minute silence' a break

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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018