Traditional men's clothing was stolen from the mosque and a car was set alight on Monday evening.
"These changes mean real help for the people who need it most," Justice Minister Kiritapu Allan said.
James Hill says the harmful effects of alcohol "doesn’t discriminate".
In the Wairarapa, at-home vaccinations have led to some of the highest percentages of Pasifika vaccinated in the country.
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CEO Bob McCoskrie said the decision to repeal Roe v. Wade was a "huge encouragement" for activists here.
The former disability minister says the establishment of a specific ministry dedicated to Kiwis with disabilities is "incredibly significant".
Freedom and Rights Coalition leader, Derek Tait, shouted from his microphone that their music "was what I danced to in nightclubs in the 80s."
Under the planned law adults would be able to change their first name and legal gender at registry offices without further formalities once per year.
Hundreds rallied outside the US embassy in a pro-choice solidarity protest.
It will be led by a Disabled Kiwi, but that appointment is yet to be finalised.
It could see up to an extra $40 a week for new parents.
US states that have criminalised abortion can demand private information from software providers to prosecute users, says a former US intelligence consultant.
Over a lifetime, on average, a man earns nearly $1 million more than a woman.
It's led by local high school teacher Catherine Tamihere, who says there is a lot of mamae (pain) as a result of racial segregation and mistreatment of Māori.
Chlöe Swarbrick's members bill, which places tighter regulations on liquor sales and sponsorships, has been pulled from the ballot.
The official name and leader of the Ministry for Disabled People will be announced, but some are concerned the establishment process has been rushed.
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It comes with the DHB set to disband and become part of the new Health NZ and Māori Health Authority.
A dozen posts were censored due to a "bug", the company said.