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A Day of Reflection and Giving Thanks

New Zealand Latter-day Saints honour past and present servicemen and servicewomen

New Zealanders, Australians and others are pausing today to remember and give thanks for family members and others who currently serve their nation in the military or who have done so in years past. 

 
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Tasmanian Student Walking Where Anzac Soldiers Walked

15-year-old Jacoba Sayers from Rose Bay High School and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is having the unique experience of walking in the footsteps of fallen soldiers during the centenary of ANZAC after winning the 2014-15 Frank MacDonald Memorial Prize (FMMP).

 
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Mormon Volunteers to Support US Navy Humanitarian Efforts in South Pacific

20 volunteer dentists, doctors, nurses, veterinarians, engineers and other specialists from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will board the USNS Mercy hospital ship next month before heading to Fiji and Papua New Guinea to provide free services to local communities. 

 
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'Family Home Evening' a Big Part of Life for Many Kiwis

Setting time aside each week to spend time with family is an important priority for many members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New Zealand.

 
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Savaii Teens Take Part in ‘For the Strength of Youth’ Conference

Savaii Teens Take Part in ‘For the Strength of Youth’ Conference

650 young members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints took part in a special youth conference from 6-10 April, called "For the Strength of Youth (FSY).”

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Tasmanian Student Walking Where Anzac Soldiers Walked

Tasmanian Student Walking Where Anzac Soldiers Walked

15-year-old Jacoba Sayers from Rose Bay High School and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is having the unique experience of walking in the footsteps of fallen soldiers during the centenary of ANZAC after winning the 2014-15 Frank MacDonald Memorial Prize (FMMP).

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Elder Benjamin T. Sinjoux Begins Service as Area Seventy

Elder Benjamin T. Sinjoux Begins Service as Area Seventy

Benjamin T. Sinjoux was called to serve as an Area Seventy in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during the faith’s 185th Annual General Conference, 4 April 2015. 

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Church Sends Food, Water and Clothing to People of Kiribati Affected by Cyclone Pam

Church Sends Food, Water and Clothing to People of Kiribati Affected by Cyclone Pam

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is sending emergency supplies to communities on the Kiribati islands of Tamana and Arorae which are still recovering from last month’s Cyclone Pam.

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Elder Kevin W. Pearson Visits Flaxmere, New Zealand

Elder Kevin W. Pearson Visits Flaxmere, New Zealand

Elder Kevin W. Pearson, president of the Pacific Area of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was the visiting church leader at the Flaxmere New Zealand Stake Conference, held in Hastings 18-19 April 2015.

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