Voice for Life – New Labour-led Government should protect women and their unborn children Jacinda Ardern has publicly committed herself and her party to removing abortion from the Crimes Act, but Voice for Life hopes that as the new Prime Minister, she will realise just how dangerous such a move would be for both women
MEDIA RELEASE: Voice for Life comments on NZ Herald report: “Woman at 18-weeks declined an abortion”
Sarah Harris reports that “Erica” was refused an abortion by North Shore Hospital because her baby was 18-week’s gestation. Here are the likely reasons why Erica was turned down. The vacuum aspiration method of abortion can only be used up to 12 weeks, because beyond that, the baby’s body parts are too large to be
by Jacqui de Ruiter, President of Voice for Life On Monday night’s Leaders Debate, Patrick Gower asked Jacinda Ardern what she would do about abortion if she became Prime Minister. Without hesitation, she said there would be no review, abortion would be “decriminalised”. I suspect that the majority of viewers would think that her use
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Government Statistics for abortions performed in the year ending December 2016 reveal that the rate is continuing to fall. In 2016, there were 12,823 induced abortions in New Zealand – 332 (3%) fewer than in 2015 (13,155). Voice for Life president and media spokeswoman Jacqui deRuiter says the decline in abortions is welcome, but