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Call to regulate property managers

The Diocese of Christchurch's social justice arm, Anglican Advocacy has released a report calling for regulation of Aotearoa New Zealand property managers, due to evidence of substandard and illegal practices in the industry.
• Rental property managers getting away with illegal practices
• Real Estate Institute of New Zealand backs Anglican report 

Christchurch announces new bishop

The Archbishops have today announced who is to become the next Bishop of Christchurch. Peter Carrell has long been a leader in that diocese, and his contributions as a communicator, teacher, preacher and theologian have rippled out into the provincial church.
• Peter Carrell's CV
• New bishop completely behind cathedral restoration

Invigorating Anglo-Catholic mission

A three-day hui in Dunedin has sparked a surge of enthusiasm and interest in Anglo-Catholic mission and ministry across Aotearoa New Zealand.

Christchurch nominates new bishop

The Diocese of Christchurch Electoral College has nominated a candidate to become the next Bishop of Christchurch.
• Preferred new Anglican Bishop chosen for Christchurch

Taranaki Cathedral moves ahead

The Taranaki Cathedral of St Mary has gained resource consent, moving the project a step closer to fulfilling its restoration, earthquake strengthening and development plans.

Blueprint revisits millennial NZPB

Wellington's Blueprint Church has released a recording of music and liturgies from A New Zealand Prayer Book /He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa, now revisited for a new generation.

Christchurch talks underway

Talks in Christchurch have begun to try to reach an amicable separation between members of four conservative evangelical congregations and the Diocese. The leavers do not want be part of a church which permits the blessing of same-gender relationships.
• Checkpoint: John Campbell interviews Archbishop Philip Richardson

Refocusing our justice mission

Bishop Richard Randerson is offering a series of seminars to this Church to aid Aotearoa New Zealand Anglicans in their work for social justice.

Christchurch secures $6M for cathedral

Christchurch's Church Property Trustees have secured $6 million of new funding towards the restoration of Christ Church Cathedral.


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018