For info about our hours over the upcoming public holidays: Easter & ANZAC Day Opening Hours
Representing the Cook Islands in New Zealand.
Society for people of the Cook Islands.
We are representatives of the various Fijian church groups in Wellington. We have found that the best way to disseminate information to our community ...
Folau Alofa Trust is a Pacific charitable organisation providing social, health and training services for Pacific people.
Multicultural Exercise Group for Seniors - ALL WELCOME - Meet Tue weekly 10.30am to 12.30pm Gold coin donation. Come move to the drum beats and sway ...
Teaching Tongan traditional dances, arts and handicrafts. Supporting education, youth developments, health & community initiatives.
NKWR Inc was registered as a charitable entity under the Charities Act 2005 on 30 June 2008.
Niue St James stands by the mission of the PCANZ. We strive to meet both the spiritual and cultural needs of its church community - past, present and ...
We provide worship in the Niue Language every Sunday 1.00PM.
Pacific budgeting family service trust, dealing with budgeting, family and youth issues.
Counselling, immigration enquiries, assistance with permits and help with Social Welfare.
Broadcasts mainly in Samoan language for 38 hours a week, Monday to Friday on 783AM.
A community-based Pacific Island organisation providing services to improve the social and economic development of Pacific Island people.
Supporting Pacific (especially Tongan) families in the Wellington Region.
Members are from different parts of the world who have an interest in Fiji.
We are a trust run by 7 Committe Members which co-ordinates the Social Services for the Fijian people in the Wellington area which may include Health,...
For people from the Pacific Island of Kiribati.
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