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Mangatepopo Tragedy

Over the weekend the ten year anniversary of the Mangatepopo Canyoning Tragedy was marked. On April 15 2008 seven Elim College students were killed in the accident. Andy and Nikki Bray spoke with Andrew Urquhart about the ten year anniversary and the tragedy that took the life of their daughter Natasha Bray.

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Encountering God on the Wahine

The sinking of the Lyttelton–Wellington ferry Wahine on 10 April 1968 was New Zealand’s worst modern maritime disaster. Fifty-one people lost their lives that day, another died several weeks later and a 53rd victim died in 1990 from injuries sustained in the wreck.

Rasik Ranchord survived the disaster and describes his experience as the greatest encounter of God he's ever experienced.

Part one

Part two

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Help For Tonga

Aid agencies are asking for donations of money rather than physical goods.

Below are links to aid agencies that are working with people affected by Cyclone Gita.

TEARFUND
Our partners in Tonga are helping families and communities worst-affected by Cyclone Gita, and we need your help to provide material assistance.

Click here to donate.

THE NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS

The New Zealand Red Cross Pacific disaster relief fund ensures the Red Cross can respond quickly and efficiently to assist with the damage.

People can donate to the standing relief fund immediately.

Money donated can be released right away to help with the relief efforts, a spokeswoman for NZ Red Cross said.

Visit the Red Cross website here or contact 0800 RED CROSS. (733 2767)

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY NEW ZEALAND

Habitat for Humanity are preparing a response for Tonga and have started an Emergency Response Disaster Fund.

Donate and help rebuild communities in Tonga here.

GO FUND ME

A GoFundMe fundraising account 'Support for Tonga' has been set up by a Tongan expat.

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Living with Brain Cancer

Vicki Walsh has been diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme, the same brain cancer as Lecretia Seales had. (Lecretia Seales was the Wellington lawyer who took a case to the High Court in 2015 to ask permission for a doctor to end her life with lethal drugs). Like Lecretia Seales, she has lived longer than her doctors predicted she would, she chatted with Andrew.

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