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  1. Video for Smile marks 32 years on steam trains

    Smile marks 32 years on steam trains

    Today marks 40 years of the Glenbrook Vintage Railway operating near Auckland’s suburb of Waiuku. Celebrating 32 years volunteering at the railway is train driver George Ngātai.

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    Gizzy lunch charity trying to fill empty mouths

    Gizzy School Lunches Charitable Trust based in Gisborne is fulfilling a need in their area, by giving lunches to school children who wouldn't normally have anything to eat and the demand is growing.

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    Live, Laugh, Share – Volunteer: Kia ringa hora – Me mahi tūao

    This week marks National Volunteer Week from 18 - 24 June in across Aotearoa.

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    Hot meals and warm clothes for the homeless

    Winter has arrived bringing with it the cold and to help the homeless rug-up for the coming months Habitat for Humanity hosted its Street Store in Henderson today where clothing, food and grooming was available to the needy free of charge.

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    Iwi step in to help flood victims

    Edgecumbe is in clean up mode as more residents return home.  The first lot of volunteers gave a helping hand to those cleaning their homes.  The initiative between Ngāti Awa, Regional Councils and local groups had 80 volunteers help out in Edgecumbe today.

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    Māori urged to give blood

    Māori are being encouraged to sign up as blood donors as part of today’s launch of the International Missing Type campaign. The campaign hopes to raise awareness of type A and O blood types which are the most common blood types in New Zealand and to get people thinking about how they can contribute to the blood bank.

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    Awards to recognise Northland voluntary groups

    Entries for the Trustpower Far North District Community Awards are now open, giving Northland residents the opportunity to recognise local voluntary groups.

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