Hi my name is Caela, I am 16 years old and I am from Auckland, New Zealand but moved to Tauranga about a year and a half ago. I am adopted and would like to share my story, challenges and experiences that I’ve had to face over time. So here we go… My Mum and
The original article was written by Julia Prichett and appeared on the Culture Project I remember the day a close friend of mine told me she was pregnant. There I was, excited and nervous as I maneuvered around my college orientation. In just a few short weeks, I would be a freshman and living the
Voice For Life in Whanganui had to jump through a great deal of bureaucratic red tape, but the group persevered and have successfully erected a roadside sign to spread the news to passing motorists that life should be respected and protected. The sign was erected on a local member’s property but council imposed still more
On the 17th of June Statistics New Zealand released the abortion statistics for the year 2015. This week we will be breaking down some messages that should be noted from the statistics, view our previous post here. One of the statistics gathered was the number of abortions carried out at each gestational age, shown in the table.
On Friday Statistics NZ released the abortion statistics for the year 2015. Over this coming week we will be putting up blog articles breaking down the key points that come out from looking at these statistics. 13,155 babies lost their lives to abortion in 2015. This is 18 more than in 2014. The abortion rate itself