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Te Hāhi

Te Hāhi is a faith based organisation providing practical support and love to families impacted by domestic violence.  Te Hāhi translates as 'the church' and is based in both Gisborne and Rotorua.  One of the Key visionary's for the organisation is Tui Keenan she joined Andrew by phone to talk about its work.


The Brilliant Bagshaws

Sue Bagshaw has been working in the youth health sector for 30 years and is a champion for youth. Recently she has been made a Dame Companion of the Order of Merit. She alongside her husband Phil she is the subject of the new documentary 'The Brilliant Bagshaws, Sue joined Diane by phone to talk about her passion for youth health, her Damehood and the new documentary by Frank Films.


The Foodbank Project

The Foodbank Project is New Zealand only online foodbank, providing an online solution to top up local foodbanks.  Jono Bell, the head of Community Ministries for the Salvation Army joined Diane by phone to talk about the project.


The Worlds Biggest Pyjama Party

The Worlds Biggest Pyjama party could be happening in South Auckland this winter thanks to the Jammies in June campaign. Run by Middlemore Foundation, the campaign aims to keep disadvantaged kids snug this winter.  Middlemore Foundation Chief Executive Sandra Geange talked with Diane about this initiative.  For more information and to donate click here.


Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys

Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys brings together the works of New Zealand born artist Frances Hodgkins, and her travels through Europe and England.  The Exhibition is touring the country and is currently at the Auckland Art Gallery. Mary Kisler is the senior curator for International Art at the Auckland Art Gallery, and is the co-editor of the book European Journeys, she joined Andrew by phone to talk art and Frances Hodgkins.


Digital Identity

New research out from Digital Identity New Zealand, shows that 79 percent of kiwis are concerned about the protection of their identity and the use of personal data by organizations.  Andrew Weaver the Executive Director of Digital Identity New Zealand joined Andrew on the show to talk about the research.  


Warm Up the Streets

Stoney Creek and Curate Church have partnered together with a goal to provide 3000 packs of Stoney Creek fleece clothing to kids in need across the Bay of Plenty.   Packs will be distributed at ‘Winter Parties’ on the 22nd June 2019.  Joel  Milgate, the lead pastor at Curate Church joined Andrew by phone to talk about the initiative. 


Budgeting for Teens

Hannah McQueen is the Founder and Managing Director of Enableme, an organisation that helps kiwis towards a better financial future.  Hannah is the author of a number of books and a talked with Diane about how to help teens towards a financially smart future.

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