There are no ‘shades of grey’ in domestic violence

I’m going to be really honest and tell you l have not read Fifty Shades of Grey.   I tried.  God knows I tried.  But I couldn’t get past the contract. In fact, I threw it across the room in disgust. We know people went crazy for the books and the hype for the movie is […]

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Where the bloody hell were ya?

Firstly, a warm and humble thank you to Kate Sheppard, her Tangata Whenua suffragette sister; Meri Te Tai Mangakahia and the many women who stood with them in order for women in this country to have the basic freedom of having a voice in the democratic process of this country. Without these women, women in […]

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It’s in your hands!

Like so many people, our team was saddened to hear of the brutal slaying of two women in Ranui, West Auckland, earlier this week. We were not surprised to learn yesterday that it has been reported that a current protection order was in place for one of those women and that the respondent is the […]

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