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Solomon Islands Red Cross Grateful For Access During Crisis In Honiara

Press Release – International Committee of the Red Cross

We are very thankful that the crowds of people allowed Solomon Islands Red Cross Society (SIRCS) to help those in need. These are the sentiments of the Solomon Islands Red Cross Society, Secretary-General, Mr. Clement Manuri. Mr Manuri said … Read more »

NZDF Personnel Deploy To Solomon Islands As Part Of Inter-agency Stability Mission

Press Release – New Zealand Defence Force

An advance party of New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) personnel left today on a C-130 Hercules from Ohakea bound for the Solomon Islands to assist with maintaining stability and security. The New Zealand Government yesterday announced NZDF and New Zealand … Read more »

Modern Slavery Exists In New Zealand – But This Revolutionary Tool Helps Flush It Out

Press Release – Ask Your Team

 On the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, Ethical VOICE, powered by AskYourTeam, launches to replace broken and dangerous worker social practise accreditation systems 100% anonymous participation workers simply … Read more »

New Zealand Response To Assist Peace And Stability In Solomon Islands

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern Prime Minister Hon Nanaia Mahuta Minister of Foreign Affairs Minita Take Aorere Hon Peeni Henare Minister of Defence Minita Take Waonga The New Zealand government has announced that it will deploy Defence Force and Police personnel … Read more »

Statement By The Marshall Islands National Nuclear Commission On Day Of Remembrance For All Victims Of Chemical Warfare

Press Release – Marshall Islands National Nuclear Commission

30 November 2021 Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands November 30th marks Day of Remembrance for all Victims of Chemical Warfare as established by the United Nations. Today is a day where we honor all who have been affected by Chemical Warfare. … Read more »

UN Torture Prevention Body Announces Visits For 2022

Press Release – UN Treaty Bodies

GENEVA (30 November 2021) The UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture (SPT) will visit Argentina, Ecuador, Lebanon, Tukey and Tunisia in 2022. It will also hold high-level talks with the Brazilian authorities on the countrys torture preventive … Read more »

Solomon Islands Tests ‘Pacific Reset’

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

The New Zealand Government must immediately respond to the Solomon Island Governments request for support and send troops, says ACT Deputy Leader Brooke van Velden. Peace, stability and security of the Pacific is of utmost importance to New Zealand. … Read more »

RNZAF Hercules Transports PPE, Medical Supplies In Papua New Guinea

Press Release – New Zealand Defence Force

The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) has deployed a Royal New Zealand Air Force C-130 Hercules aircraft and personnel to transport PPE and medical supplies to provinces in Papua New Guinea. The stores were being held in warehouses in Port Moresby but … Read more »

The Number Of Children Living In Deadliest War Zones Rises Nearly 20% To Highest In Over A Decade

Press Release – Save the Children New Zealand

Nearly 200 million children are living in the worlds most lethal war zones, the highest number in over a decade, many of whom are already at risk of climate change and facing unprecedented levels of hunger, a new report from Save the Children reveals. … Read more »

Taurite – Haka Dance Theatre Forging Forward With Performances In 2022

Press Release – Elephant Publicity

Celebrated Mori performance company Hawaiki T return to the stage in 2022 with their award-winning work Taurite . Following delays presented by Aotearoa New Zealands recent lockdowns, Hawaiki T and Auckland Live are delighted to announce that Taurite … Read more »