Members of the public can support medical research in Wellington by contributing financially to RFL so more grants can be distributed. Please share my optimism for the future of medical research and the discoveries that will be made. Support this by supporting RFL however you can. I look forward to a future where our current young researchers... Keep Reading
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Wellington Chartered Accountant Richard Simpson has accepted an invitation to join the Research for Life board. Research For Life’s chairman Prof. John Nacey said, “Richard is an experienced and highly respected financial advisor and brings complementary skills to our board. He is enthusiastic about not only contributing to Research For... Keep Reading
Christmas cheer for beneficiaries Christmas "treats" collected by staff of the Wellington Archdiocesan Catholic Centre were today delivered to the Hutt Valley Benefit Education Service Trust (BEST) to share with people who attended the recent Naenae Benefit Impact and other Hutt Valley beneficiary families. Christmas cakes, muesli bars, sc... Keep Reading
Enabling people to flourish again in families and communities – Wellington Catholic social services annual report 2017 The annual report of Catholic social services of the Archdiocese of Wellington details many of the ways in which the social service agency has worked to enable people facing challenges to again flourish in their familie... Keep Reading
CSS Director passes on the baton Story by Annette Scullion, Wel-com After 10 years with Catholic Social Services, the last four as its Director, Lesley Hooper is retiring from the Archdiocese later this year. She is confident in the knowledge that CSS has grown on its journey and is in the right place at the right time in its new premises at... Keep Reading
Once running a four-minute mile was an impossible dream. Now it happens all the time. A kid named Peter Jackson grew up in Pukerua Bay, playing around with a simple camera. What were his impossible dreams? And how did he achieve them to become a titan of the movie-making world? On Tuesday 1 August 2017, 200 people crammed into the foyer of the... Keep Reading