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From Waikato to Leeds: Bishop Helen-Ann Hartley moves diagonally

The Bishop of Waikato in New Zealand is to return to her roots after being named as the new Bishop of Ripon in the C of E’s Diocese of Leeds.

10 November 2017

Elderly care facility named after Archbishop Moxon

A new state of the art elderly care facility in the New Zealand town of Cambridge will be named after Archbishop David Moxon.

08 September 2016

New Zealand's only Anglican friary to close

After almost 50 years in New Zealand, the Anglican Franciscan brothers at the Friary of the Divine Compassion have decided they need to close.

08 June 2016

NZ bishop honoured by Oxford University college

The Bishop of Waikato, the Rt Revd Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, has been elected an honorary fellow of her former Oxford college.

18 January 2016

Oceania Anglican students address marks of mission

Provincial annual schools' conference sums up five Marks as ‘tell, teach, tend, transform, treasure’

10 August 2015

Archbishop of York joins welcome in Taranaki

[Anglican Taonga] The Bishop of Waikato renews an old acquaintance from England during her welcome to Taranaki.

10 March 2014

Bishop-elect of Waikato tours her diocese

The next Bishop of Waikato is travelling the varied landscape of Waikato and Taranaki as part of a five-day pilgrimage.

09 February 2014

Prayers surround Waikato election

Prayerful support is sought in the leadup to nominations for a new bishop in the Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki.

10 July 2013

 

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