• Call for applications for appointment to ARMS Trust Board

  • To Grow Roots Where They Land

    MC David Wong interviewing Fay Gock, one of the original refugees.

    Seventy-five years ago, 244 Chinese women and their 239 children arrived in New Zealand as refugees from a war-torn homeland, Guangdong, China.

    Nearly 600 people including former Chinese war refugees and their descendants gathered in Auckland on Sunday, 12 October to acknowledge and celebrate this first arrival in 1939. The event also highlighted the long and substantial history and contribution the New Zealand Chinese community has made to New Zealand.

  • Older people celebrated worldwide and in New Zealand

    Image of Shanti Niwas' performers

    Some 400 people packed the Onehunga centre for Shanti Niwas’ recent celebration held to mark the United Nations International Day of Older Persons commemorated on 1 October to recognise and honour the contributions of older people throughout the world.

Video: Diana Clark - More organisations are using Language Line

Diana Clark - Manager of Language Line - transcript is below: Kia ora and hello Language Line is all about ensuring that people have equal access to informat...
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