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Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 22° Min 13° One in six Kiwi kids go without NZ Newswire December 9, 2013, 5:09 am One in six New Zealand kids are going without items like fruit and vegetables, shoes and access to doctors, a new report has found.
Auckland [ change ] Thunder Max 24° Min 17° NZ still failing children: UN report NZ Newswire December 5, 2013, 7:25 am New Zealand's progress in protecting the rights of children has been slated for not matching the country's rhetoric on human rights
NZ is calling for a spotlight on violence against children in New Zealand today (20 November) as nations around the world join together to mark the 24th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. NZ said, New Zealand does not
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 23° Min 14° Water supply back to capacity in typhoon hit Tacloban Unicef New Zealand, Fuseworks November 18, 2013, 1:05 pm At least 200,000 people affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippine city of Tacloban and
US$34m (NZ$41m) to aid the 4.4 million children of the Philippines estimated to be affected by Typhoon Haiyan...A truck hauling hygiene supplies (including soap, detergent and personal hygiene items), education materials and recreational materials is
NZ has welcomed a boost of almost $135k from the New Zealand Government to support a nutrition programme for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. NZ, said, This funding allocation of almost $135k from the New Zealand Government is a fantastic boost to our
Syrian refugee children and families has arrived in Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Copenhagen, Denmark, to respond to the growing needs of Syrian refugees in Iraq, who now number more than 200,000. Some 50,000 refugees arrived in the last two and a
This is a real child ripped from home, maybe even from a family, facing horrors we can only begin to comprehend. We must all share the shame, said Lake, because while we work to alleviate the suffering of those affected by this crisis, the global
NZ is pleased that the Government will deal with the crisis of hunger among some of our most vulnerable children by providing food in schools, but hopes that the move signals a wider commitment to investing in children in their early years. NZ said, "
NZ is asking people to be wary of phone calls which ask for large sums of money on behalf of the charity or request a donation in return for a large sum of money. The charity has been made aware of a scam currently taking place, where a caller (