The world is failing the children of Syria. Right now there are hundreds of thousands of children with no homes, no schools and an uncertain future. But that doesn't stop them from dreaming of a bright future.

14-year-old Zena lives in Azraq Refugee Camp, "my biggest fear are the airstrikes, when I hear something loud I still get scared. My dream is to become a lawyer, to fight for human...
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The world is failing the children of Syria Right now there are
SPCA New Zealand
SPCA New Zealand
05/27/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Dasher was found with his mum and siblings living underneath a house.

Despite never knowing a family, or what it was like living in a home, Dasher became an incredibly smoochy and purry kitten.

After nearly 2 months at the SPCA, his new family swooped him up and said that he was purring his wee heart out when he arrived at his new home. They say they are amazed at how quickly he has settled...
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Dasher was found with his mum and siblings living underneath a house
Sue Dyson
Steven R Peters
Shelly Palmer
Massey University
Massey University
05/27/2017 at 07:57. Facebook
Housing, the environment, health, education, or something else? What's the most important thing our political leaders need to tackle? And are they paying attention to what New Zealanders think? Let us know in the Stuff.co.nz/Massey election survey: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Housing the environment health education or something else Whats the most important
#FundraisingInspiration PNGHS World Vision and PNBHS World Vision joined forces and created a cake bake sale to raise money for the #40HFNZ! #yum
FundraisingInspiration PNGHS World Vision and PNBHS World Vision joined forces and created
University of Otago
University of Otago
05/27/2017 at 02:00. Facebook
Ethan Smith and his dog Benson winning at life with this graduation photo!

: Aristotle Photography
Ethan Smith and his dog Benson winning at life with this graduation photo
Callum Riddle
VisHer Tisay
Holly Campbell
SPCA AUCKLAND
SPCA AUCKLAND
05/27/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
We need YOU to join Team SPCA at Auckland Marathon 2017 this October!

We're looking for 25 heroes to take on the challenge of fundraising a minimum $1200 and saving countless lives this winter! In return, you receive your race entry for free, an exclusive event at the village and lots more goodies along the way.

It doesn't matter if you're a record breaking marathon athlete, or a first-time...
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We need YOU to join Team SPCA at Auckland Marathon 2017 this October
John Key
John Key
05/27/2017 at 06:54. Facebook
Budget 2017 is all about ensuring hard working Kiwi families share in the benefits of our growing economy.
John Key 05/27/2017
Nic Davies
Kev Clafferty
Michael McGovern
SPCA New Zealand
SPCA New Zealand
yesterday at 22:00. Facebook
Every day animals go missing. Sadly many are never reunited with their owners, simply because of a lack of identification.

We recommend both microchipping and using collars and tags.

Collars and tags alone are not effective at identifying your pet as these are easily removed or lost by your pet. A microchip gives your pet the best chance of being reunited with you if they become lost or...
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Every day animals go missing Sadly many are never reunited with their
Kim Mckinley
Canterbury Police
Canterbury Police
yesterday at 23:04. Facebook
Police are seeking this dangerous offender, Michael John Hughes. The 36-year-old is believed to be armed and is wanted to arrest.

Hughes has a distinctive tattoo of a fist on the right side of his face. Hughes has committed offences in Blenheim, Christchurch, Oamaru, and Dunedin.

We believe he is in the South Island, travelling in a stolen Subaru Impreza station wagon, registration number...
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Canterbury Police 05/26/2017
Kristy Gray
James Daniels
Nick Scadden
SPCA AUCKLAND
SPCA AUCKLAND
05/27/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
Look at the grimace! That's a face of someone who is well at truly fed up of being stuck here at the SPCA Auckland cattery, whilst all the other pretty felines get to go home! Nu-uh, not fair!

I think its time we turn that frown upside and find her a home don't you?
I hear all those concurring yes', so lets all pitch together and do just that!
Spread the word about this delightful girl, who...
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Look at the grimace Thats a face of someone who is well
Winston Peters
Winston Peters
yesterday at 22:05. Facebook
At a graduation ceremony at Ngawha prison in Northland.
The graduation, from a Howard League literacy programme, proves we can turn lives around.
Prison is about punishment and rehabilitation.
The first brush with the justice system of 60 per cent of Maori prisoners is a driving offence.
So New Zealand First would help them get their licence.
And for those in prison – well, this literacy...
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At a graduation ceremony at Ngawha prison in Northland
Lee Nicholls
Elsa Parohinog
Murray Nathan
Flu season is upon us. So if you're feeling a little under the weather, you'll need to rest up for a week before donating, just to be safe.
Flu season is upon us So if youre feeling a little under
On Friday 26 May, AUT asked all our staff and students to celebrate Pink Shirt Day and stand together to take action against bullying. A huge thank you to all our organisers, bakers, and supporters who made this day so great.
On Friday 26 May AUT asked all our staff and students to
Forest & Bird
Forest & Bird
yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
Fundraiser Anna Klein was shocked when she arrived in New Zealand to find it wasn't the clean green country she'd imagined. Anna says she is inspired in her work by Forest & Bird's success stories in the past and showing that everyone can make a difference for New Zealand’s future. Thank you to all our fantastic Nature's Future supporters and to Anna for her work. Helen
Fundraiser Anna Klein was shocked when she arrived in New Zealand to
Louisa Margaret Mcmillan
Lucy Gray
Eslin Worthington
We can clean up NZ's dirty rivers. But not under a National government. They're spending way more on irrigation than new water clean-up programmes in #NZBudget2017
We can clean up NZs dirty rivers But not under a National
Jeremy Brooking
Jo Lu
Dirk De Lu
Paw Justice
Paw Justice
05/27/2017 at 00:31. Facebook
A care package is on its way to Ruakaka Dog Rescue keep up the great work in the community of rescuing and rehoming dogs.
A care package is on its way to Ruakaka Dog Rescue keep
Sacha Bee
Plunket New Zealand
Plunket New Zealand
yesterday at 04:26. Facebook
A huge congratulations and thank you to Eva Silverstone who has been named Volunteer of the Year 2016 for Plunket’s Northern Region.

Eva has been volunteering for Ponsonby Herne Bay Plunket for nine years, and was nominated by the Community Services Leader for her area, Annalee Hayward.

Annalee says, “Eva is a great supporter of Plunket and is always happy to assist in any way she can. She...
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A huge congratulations and thank you to Eva Silverstone who has been
Hannah Alexander
Meg Gillespie
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In Kenya where millions are facing drought, conflict and poverty, World Vision are distributing PlumpyNut, a ready-to-use therapeutic food for malnourished children.

Nurses and nutritionists are noticing the number of patients, especially children, that have arrived in their clinics since the crisis began, "they are underweight. Some children are tiny and our numbers have doubled. This is...
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In Kenya where millions are facing drought conflict and poverty World Vision
Jill Tomlinson
Lomote Lawai
Tracey Huson
Internet Party
Internet Party
yesterday at 08:20. Facebook
Sounds like you've missed us. ICYMI Read our statement of solidarity with Internet Party founder Kim Dotcom [ Internet.org.nz Link ]
Sounds like youve missed us ICYMI Read our statement of solidarity with
Melani Dunlop
Luke Luke
Sharon Henare