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Good call – safety first

Minister calls for debate on ‘whanau first’ childcare Social Development Minister Paula Bennett is reopening the debate on the “whanau first” childcare policy, questioning if it is “doing well” by abused children. When at risk youngsters can’t live with their…

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Parents frustrated by kids’ feisty fightbacks

From the Herald Sun in Australia THEY are the flashpoints of parenting, the years that drive mums and dads up the wall. The state’s parenting helpline runs hottest when children are aged 2-5 and 13-15, figures reveal. The news will…

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Who needs dads?

Concerning stats coming from Australia on IVF Singles, lesbians in IVF stampede (Aust) Herald Sun March 18, 2011 Almost 500 single women and lesbians have used IVF and other fertility treatments in the past year in Victoria. Taxpayers are subsidising…

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UN gets the pro-woman pro-life message

The United Nations held the 55th Commission on the Status of Women at the beginning of March. The theme this year was “Access and participation of women and girls in education, training, science and technology, including for the promotion of…

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Keep Safeguards on Abortion – For Child and Mother

Media Release 12 March 2011 Family First NZ is rejecting calls for the decriminalisation of abortion and says that the existing safeguards should actually be strengthened. “Family First NZ is calling for a law which requires informed consent including ultrasound…

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Family First Promo 2011 Version

If you haven’t viewed our promo video, now’s the time 🙂 We’ve just updated it, and it gives a brief concise overview of what Family First NZ has achieved in its first five years. (length is just over 8 minutes)

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Christchurch Families Now Victims of Prostitution Law

Media Release 11 March 2011 Family First NZ is concerned that some Christchurch families are not only dealing with the problems of the recent earthquake but are now dealing with street prostitution which has shifted from the CBD to residential…

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