Part 1 of New Zealand Elections Blog Coverage As election draws near, discussions on the issues that matter arises in the process. One issue in particular that interests a lot of New Zealand voters is the Anti-Smacking law, and the liberty of parents to discipline their children using reasonable force if they find it necessary. […]
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The Filipino community of New Zealand received a shock last week. One of our own, a mother of three in Blesilda Gotingco went missing and was later found murdered in a cemetery not far from where her belongings were found. The shock did not limit to Filipinos only, but to New Zealanders of all backgrounds […]
Read More Blessie Gotingco’s Death is An Eye-Opener
It was on a gloomy Christmas morning in 1814 when the English-born Anglican cleric, Samuel Marsden, officiated the first Christian service in the newly-discovered lands of New Zealand. Prior to this celebration, there had never been any Christian commemoration done on our soils.
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