CAMBODIAN COMMUNITIES IN AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - Auckland is near the tip of New Zealand, there are about three Thousand Cambodian New Zealanders living here. Most of them came here in the 80s, during the high exodus of refugees from Cambodia. A few who made it here in the 90s, either came here under the family reunification act or are married to Kiwi's. These days, Immigrants who come to New Zealand, get no financial support from the government for the first two years, so you just have to work hard. In recent years, there are more Cambodian overseas students studying here.
BAMGLADESH NEW ZEALAND FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY (BNZFS) - Welcome to the official website of Bangladesh New Zealand Friendship Society (BNZFS). We want to make this website useful for Bangladeshis and others living in New Zealand, Australia, or anywhere in the world including Bangladesh.
AUSTRIAN ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA INC. - Geschichte und Ziele der Vereinigung Österreichischer Klubs in Australien und Neu Seeland. The Austrian Associations of Australasia (AAA) counts among its members, Austrian Clubs and other Organisations with a significant Austrian Membership, throughout Australia and New Zealand. It exists to foster co-operation and interchange of ideas amongst its members, to promote our Austrian heritage and culture and to give the Austrian Community in this part of the world a common voice.
BHARTIYA SAMAJ CHARITABLE TRUST - To work towards bringing together various community groups and Associations of Indian origin operating in New Zealand under one umbrella. To support and assist new migrants from India in settling down suitably in New Zealand and to ensure that these persons have full access to the mainstream social and health services required for a good quality of life.
COUNCIL OF PHILLIPINE ORGANISATIONS INCORPORATED (CAPO Inc) - Brought together by a common and a mutual desire to give an equal opportunity to all constituents and supporters of the local Filipino community to participate in Auckland-wide undertakings, regardless of sex, religion, origin, affiliation or material wealth, representatives from 14 of the dynamic Filipino community organisations in the Auckland Region and private individuals ultimately cemented the formation of an umbrella organisation named the Council of Auckland Philippine Organisations Incorporated. The organisation was registered as an Incorporated Society as at 12 September 2002 after the ratification of its Charter and By-Laws
FILIPINO MIGRANT NEWS - To publish a professionally produced monthly newspaper that will be the voice of Filipinos in New Zealand. To feature crisp news stories, profiles of Filipino achievers, community news, business reports, indepth features as well as settlement information. To produce a publication by Filipinos for Filipinos but without excluding people of other nationalities who are related to Filipinos by marriage and others
THE DANISH SOCIETY - The Hamilton Danish Society is a club that runs an active program for Danes and Danish descendants in the Waikato region. The society's calendar includes functions with the Waikato Norwegian and the Waikato Swedish Societies to enjoy Scandanavian food. A newsletter is sent regularly to members. Occasionally there are excursions to different places around the Waikato, visiting places or homes of members etc... If you wish to contact the Hamilton Danish Club by clicking on our website link below.
SOUTH AFRICANS IN THE WAIKATO - In the latter half of 2000, nine ex South Africans had a series of meetings to identify what could be done to promote the well-being of people in the Waikato region both for South Africans and Kiwis. Our vision is to create stable and prosperous communities. Centrally located on North Island - less than two hours driving time from Auckland and the Bay of Plenty port of Tauranga. Within three hours of Rotorua, Lake Taupo and the Ski fields of Mt. Ruapehu.
WAIKATO FILIPINO ASSOCIATION - The Waikato Filipino Association was formed 1993 and was incorporated under the Charitable Act # 1957 on the 13th day of December 2001. The " WFA" is a social and cultural non-profit organisation based in and about Hamilton City. It was founded primarily to preserve and promote Filipino ideals, values, culture and tradition - especially song and dance among Filipinos and Filipino/Kiwi families. We have participated in local community activities for the past few years and thus have a close cultural relationship with other cultural groups in the Waikato and New Zealand as a whole.
BARANGAY WELLINGTON - Kumusta Kabayan! You have reached the website of the New Zealand Philippines Society, Inc. This Website is maintained by a group of friends living in Wellington, New Zealand who get together frequently, often for no other reason than to be uninhibitedly Filipino.
WELLINGTON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTRE - Located in the capital city of New Zealand, the Wellington Jewish Community was established in 1843. This Jewish community, although small, has had it's own distinctive impact both within New Zealand and the wider Jewish world. Jews from all around the world have migrated to picturesque Wellington, and it is this diversity of people that has shaped the life of this city and it's Hebrew Congregation.
KAPATI FILIPINO COMMUNITY - Regular meetings and activities are held almost each month. Activities include: Christmas Party, Summer Family Picnic, Philippine Independence Day Celebration, Filipino Folk Dances. Aims to provide support the Filipino community and new migrants. Aims to encourage parents to teach and preserve our national language, Tagalog.
CHRISTCHURCH SWISS CLUB - The main aims of the Christchurch Swiss Club are to promote good spirit and understanding among Swiss, Kiwis, and other members and to arrange social gatherings which are in the interest of the majority of the club members. We also provide information, contacts, and links to interesting things and events in Christchurch, New Zealand, and Switzerland
THE WELSH CAMBRIAN SOCIETY OF CANTERBURY - The Society has a current financial membership of around 160 and some additional friends who attend our meetings. The membership subscription is $10 a year plus we charge a $2 entry fee for ordinary monthly meetings to cover the cost of the room hire and the entertainment, in exchange each person is given a raffle ticket. Each member also receives a monthly newsletter. Members can also borrow free of charge, for one month, from our libraries of Welsh books and cassette tapes. To join the Society you don't have to be Welsh or even have a connection with Wales, all we ask is an interest in the Society and in things Welsh. If you live in the Christchurch area why not contact us, come along to one of our meetings and get to know our friendly members. If you live further away you can become a friend of the Society and still receive our newsletters. (Christchurch, NZ)
THE SOUTH CANTERBUTY FILIPINO ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED - Welcome to our website for TSCFAI. We cover a geographical region of the Central South Island which includes the towns of Timaru, Temuka, Winchester, Pleasant Point, Waimate, Oamaru, Fairlie, and Ashburton. To strengthen unity and foster camaraderie amongst the Filipinos, Filipino-descents and their families, friends and supporters who are primarily based in South Canterbury. To actively network with other Filipinos all over New Zealand, as well as other countries. To actively promote the best Filipinos talents, values, culture and traditions while implicitly imbibing the best of what New Zealand, most especially, South Canterbury can offer in terms of educational, technological, cultural and personal advancements. To provide settlement and/or integration assistance (when sought) to the new Filipino migrants in South Canterbury region. To own, build, manage and maintain a Filipino multi-purpose centre in South Canterbury that will eventually house the treasures and legacies of our rich Filipino culture and tradition.
RUSSIAN CULTURAL CENTRE IN CHRISTCHURCH - The Russian Cultural Centre of Christchurch has officially been functioning since February 2000. We teach children and adults, organise concerts, theatrical performances and festivals and take part in many cultural events of the city. We generally work within the usual areas of charitable non-profit organisations. Apart from the aims, indicated in the Russian Cultural Centre Statute, our main goal is to promote and preserve the Russian language and culture. Furthermore, we have a wider goal: to give everyone an opportunity to share their knowledge and experience with other people in the Russian Community.
FIESTA FILIPINAS - The 3rd annual Filipino exhibition and cultural programme in New Zealand. We invite everyone to come and enjoy the Fiesta atmosphere and learn about Filipino culture and lifestyle. Also on show, a comprehensive range of Filipino products and services. Don't miss it. The first show of its kind ever organised in New Zealand! .
PHILIPPINE RADIO STATIONS LIVE - Philippine Radio Station online. Listen to your favourite radio station from the 7,100 beautiful islands of the Philippines. Tagalog, English from Manila to Cebu and provinces. Pinoy pride beamed around the world with top 40, mix and Jazz.
THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND - Founded in 1960, the New Zealand - Japan Society of Auckland has as its primary goal “The Promotion of Goodwill and Understanding between the peoples of Japan and New Zealand”. The promotion of understanding and goodwill between the peoples of Japan and New Zealand. The study of Japanese Culture, both traditional and modern. To establish liaison and promote cultural exchanges with Japanese individuals, groups and institutions. To extend hospitality to Japanese visitors to New Zealand and provide information for members and others proposing to visit Japan. To do all such things as are or may be incidental to the foregoing objectives.
NETHERLANDS FEDERATION OF NEW ZEALAND - This is the full name of what is commonly known as the FSN Trust. The Trust was established in August 1988 as a charitable Trust. In accordance with the Trust Deed the main aims of the Trust are to assist members of the Dutch community in N.Z. who need assistance and support because of age, bereavement, stress or other downturn in life. In particular if these needs are aggravated by cultural or language differences.
THE NEW ZEALAND CHINA FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY - The New Zealand China Friendship Society has had fifty years experience working with China. This has given us strong connections and good contacts. We have a reputation in China and in New Zealand for fostering people-to-people links, whether through sister-cities, sister-schools, friendship associations at all levels, or personal communication.
GERMAN SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND - Wir begrüßen Sie recht herzlich auf unserer Web-Seite der German Society of New Zealand Inc. Warm welcome on the site of the German Society of New Zealand.
INDONESIAN NEW ZEALAND BUSINESS COMMUNITY - The creation of this website was started by the idea to capitalize the available Indonesia and New Zealand network. We believe with the flow of information through the NET will support the demand and supply of products and services for both Indonesian or New Zealand parties interested.
INDONESIAN RADIO STATIONS LIVE - Indonesian Radio Stations on the net live. From Jakata, Surabaya, Bali and More. Listen to Indonesia online anywhere in the world. Bringing communities together.
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