Media Releases

The seat of government in New Zealand, the Beehive.
Support for families welcomed, but Government in denial about inequality
Fri 16 May 2014
The Budget’s $500 million package of support for families is welcomed by Caritas, as a first step... Read More »
A bridge over the Matanikau River, Honiara, was completely washed away during the flood.
Eight dead and 15,000 flee as floods hit Solomon Islands
Mon 7 April 2014
The worst flooding in 28 years to hit Solomon Islands has resulted in eight deaths and 15,000... Read More »
Students participate in the 2014 Caritas Challenge.
Over 6,000 youth take part in timely fundraiser for Solomon Islands
Mon 7 April 2014
A nationwide awareness and fundraising event for Solomon Islands, which was over a year planning,... Read More »
Lent Reflection Programme - Te reo version.
Caritas publishes its first Te Reo Māori resource for prayer and reflection during Lent
Mon 3 March 2014
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand has published its first Te Reo Māori version of the Lenten reflection... Read More »
Bethlehem University.
New Zealand head of Bethlehem University to speak in Wellington
Thu 13 February 2014
The New Zealander who heads Bethlehem University in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, is... Read More »

 

 

 

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