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Archbishop Brown Turei laid to rest overlooking New Zealand's Whangaparao Bay

Traditional Maori farewell for the Anglican Communion's oldest Primate

16 January 2017

Archbishop Brown Turei dies at 92

Archbishop Brown Turei, who was the leader of Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa, and one of the three leaders of the Anglican Church in these islands, has died.

10 January 2017

Maori Archbishop to retire in March 2017

The oldest Primate in the Anglican Communion, Archbishop William Brown Turei of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia, will retire at the end of March 2017.

23 August 2016

New Zealand archbishops call for refugee increase

New Zealand’s two archbishops have called for a “more generous” approach to refugees and a “substantial increase” on the quota for the country’s refugee intake. They are also calling for “extra pathways” for refugees to enter New Zealand.

26 February 2016

New Zealand: Lay leadership core theme at Anglican Maori General Synod

Laity must take control of administration to free clergy to get on with core business of worship

14 August 2015

ANZP Archbishops' call to prayer for Iraq

The Archbishops of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia have urged Anglicans in their province to pray this Sunday for Iraq

21 August 2014

Good news for anxious times

Good news for anxious times

Tena koutou katoa, Ni sa bula vinaka, Malo elelei, Namas’te, Talofa lava, Warm greetings.

16 December 2011

 

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