Month: July 2014

Politicians Ignore Families’ Concerns on Street Prostitution

Media Release 24 July 2014 Family First NZ says that politicians are ignoring the concerns of families, lack the will to take appropriate action, and are happy to drag the ongoing problem of street prostitution into the next parliamentary term.…

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The Marriage Pledge – Applying It At The Ballot Box 2014

In 2013, the politicians IGNORED thousands of your submissions. They IGNORED calls for a referendum on a massive cultural change, at the same time as demanding a referendum on state asset sales! They demanded their right for a conscience vote,…

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Sorry for misrepresenting the facts

From the NZ Crime and Safety Survey 2009 published by the Ministry of Justice last December, and which the NZ Herald quoted from… Table B11: Factors associated with the risk of confrontational crime by current partners in 2008 So that’s…

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The Power of Love

Today mobile technology is so crucial that it becomes among the things many people can’t live without. Mobile technology development strives to bring solution for communication obstacles and replace many, many things in our life. That’s why some people believe…

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Screen addict parents accused of hypocrisy by their children

The Telegraph 22 July 2014 It has become as much a part of modern parenting as getting the children to tidy their room or eat their greens. But those who order their offspring to switch off televisions, computers or mobile phones because…

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More breakfast-in-schools offers little benefit – Study

Townhall.com 22 July 2014 The US Department of Agriculture conducted a large experiment with school breakfast programs in public schools from 1999 to 2003, alternately providing either universal breakfasts or breakfast-in-class programs aimed at both expanding access and eliminating the…

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Family break no mistake

Stuff co.nz 23 July 2014 Work-life balance. It’s an interesting concept, and depending who you speak to, an important one for us all to be able to achieve. Not that we all have it sorted. Far from it. But it’s…

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Don’t Apologise for Putting Family First, Mr Cunliffe

Media Release 23 July 2014 Family First NZ says Labour leader David Cunliffe should not be apologising for putting his family first and having some holiday time with them. “All parents need some rest and recharging time, they need family…

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