Month: May 2018

Sticks and Stones: Online bullying is highly harmful, often invisible, and nearly always tied to schoolyard torment

Stuff co.nz 3 May 2018 Family First Comment: More issues with screentime and the unregulated and saturated use of computers in schools and home Principals say cyberbullying is “insidious”, “relentless” and often invisible. Does the internet encourage cruelty? Adele Redmond…

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Family First label ’10 ways to keep well if using meth’ handbook ‘inappropriate’ for school kids, calls for Govt funding review of Drug Foundation

TVNZ One News 2 May 2018 Family First New Zealand are calling for a Government review into the taxpayer funding of the NZ Drug Foundation, slamming advice provided through its Drug Help programme as “foolish” and “inappropriate at all levels…

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Immigration admits underreporting migrant sex work complaints

NewsHub 1 May 2018 Family First Comment: Disturbing… The sex industry is struggling with an influx of migrants engaging in sex work… Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has admitted to providing inaccurate information about the number of complaints they’ve received about…

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Drug Foundation applauds Massey High School for providing material on using meth ‘discreetly’

NZ Herald 2 May 2018 Family First Comment: Disturbing “the material can also be found online and is part of ‘Drug Help’, specifically here, a NZ Drug Foundation programme that is fully funded by the Ministry of Health.” Remember that…

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Drug Foundation Tips On P Disturbing – For All Ages

Media Release 2 May 2018 Family First says that Drug Foundation advice on methamphetamine use is not only foolish and illegal but is inappropriate at all levels and for all ages – not just school students. They are calling on…

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