Letter to the Editor: The Listener

Below is a letter to the The Listener, from Voice for Life Inc. It is in response to Redmer Yska’s article on abortionist Florence Radcliffe. Dear Editor, I suspect that Redmer Yska’s article on the “brave pioneer” abortionist Florence Radcliffe is part of the campaign to allow freely available abortion up to birth. Three groups: Family 

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Letter to the Editor: Protecting the unborn

LETTER TO THE EDITOR “Voice for Life”, Taranaki, commends New Plymouth’s Andrea Albany for speaking up for the need to cherish all the 60,000 babies born each year. There is a worldwide trend to profit from the abduction, buying, selling and abuse of children. In November 2013, in Dunedin, a highly regarded international counselling expert, 

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Sunday Star Times: Letter to the editor

Response to Dr Morgan Healey’s letter to the SST (January 12). This letter to the editor from Voice for Life was published in the Sunday Star Times on 19 January, 2014. Dr Morgan Healey, national president of the Abortion Law Reform Association of NZ (ALRANZ) accuses Voice for Life of scare tactics and being “anti-woman”. 

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Advertising Standards Authority declines to uphold complaints about Voice for Life television adverts

The background Voice for Life commissioned a series of radio and television adverts each one of 30-seconds duration. The television adverts ran through October on TV on Demand and featured real women talking about their experience of abortion, or why they chose to continue their pregnancies. Whenever Voice for Life run advertisements, abortion rights supporters 

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Coroner is acting irresponsibly in calling for Parliament to “confront” the “vexed issue of euthanasia”

“The Wellington Regional Coroner Ian Smith is acting irresponsibly in failing to recognise the real dangers of lethal elder abuse,” says Bernard Moran, national president of Voice for Life Inc. “Coroner Ian Smith is within his coronial rights to describe Edna Gluyas’s death as suicide or euthanasia, but to call for Parliament to yet again 

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