Sustainable Coastlines' Oliver Vetter takes us to school on the clean water issue. In the wake of media commotion around what 'swimmable' really means, he gives us a rundown of the science and a plan for the future – Love Your Water.
After the announcement that international aid will likely plummet under the Trump administration, SpinningTop manager Annie Fischer shares her fears and a reality check on what that might look like for those living on the Thai/Burma border.
Inspiring Stories Operations Manager Jo Bailey shares four of her top picks from this year's Making A Difference short film competition, where young film-makers strive to highlight those making a difference in the community.
Al Norman represents Wellington's homeless community in the Special Circumstances Court on behalf of DCM, where he recently worked with a man with 36 years prison-time under his belt to get out of the justice system's 'revolving door' and start to rebuild his life on the outside.
Kaibosh provide enough food for Hutt based youth health service Vibe to more than triple the amount of Lunchtime Drop In sessions they run in local high schools, where they provide a free lunch and make important connections with young people.
Mt Roskill school Wesley Primary lays the foundations for healthier kids as they begin their Garden to Table programme. Wesley teacher Ana Tonga and principal Brenda Martin share the vision of what this will mean for their kids.
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