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  • $2,000 for cancer research

    Tuesday 28th April 2015
    The Lions Club of Johnsonville recently hosted a public meeting on cancer research where Dr Swee Tan, Executive Director of Gillies McIndoe Research Institute (GMRI) presented their investigations...
  • Cycle challenge pays off for rescue chopper

    Tuesday 14th April 2015
    Westpac Geraldine Branch Manager Kerrin Allan, left, is presented a cheque of $10,000 for the Westpac Helicopter Appeal from Geraldine Lions Club member Raynor McMurtrie and first vice president Dave...
  • Rescue chopper to roar into action

    Tuesday 31st March 2015
    A new, bigger and better Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter is about to take to the skies over Manawatu, helped along by the fundraising efforts of the Woodville Lions Club. The club has...
  • Support in the wake of Cyclone Pam

    Thursday 19th March 2015
    Cyclone Pam at ‘Category 5’ has been described as one of the most powerful storms ever felt in the Pacific with recorded wind speeds of over 340km per hour. Over the night of 13 March...
  • Life Flight Trust Open Day

    Thursday 19th March 2015
    The Life Flight Open Day is this Sunday. Air Ambulance and Westpac Rescue Helicopter teams will be onsite alongside eight other local emergency services. There will be rescue demonstrations, food...
  • Environmental award for Lions Tree Grove

    Tuesday 10th March 2015
    The last four months have seen changes and activities at the Lions Tree Grove, situated at TECT All Terrain Park between Rotorua and Tauranga on Highway 36 up on the Mamaku Plateau, 20 minutes from...
  • Date change a spoiler for Lions event

    Friday 20th February 2015
    Organisers of the Otago Central Rail Trail Duathlon are dismayed that a date change for another event has caused a dramatic fall in entries to their event, saying that it is the community that will...
  • Seeking New Zealand Lions International Youth Camp Director

    Thursday 19th February 2015
    We are looking for a suitable person who is interested in working with youth (17-21 years ) as camp director for the Lions International Youth camp, which is held annually from 27 December to 6...
  • Bethlehem Lions' market finds historic new home

    Friday 13th February 2015
    Bethlehem Town Centre's loss will be Tauranga Historic Village's gain when a popular community market moves to the village next month. The market that attracts hundreds of people every...
  • New club opens with a roar

    Monday 9th February 2015
    Welcome to New Zealand’s newest Lions Club, Tamahere. On Thursday night, 5 February 2015, at approximately 7pm the motion was moved and unanimously carried by members of the club to move...
  • Vote now to help Diabetes Research gain $1,000

    Wednesday 4th February 2015
    Help SCSNZ/Chasing a Cure for Type 1 Diabetes to win $1,000 from The Farming Show. "We are one of only three charities in the running to win $1,000! Please click on the image below and vote...
  • Small holders auction a victim of its own success

    Tuesday 3rd February 2015
    Run by the Ashhurst-Pohangina Lions Club, the 35th annual small holders’ auction on Saturday had its usual myriad of items up for grabs - livestock, mini-motorbikes, trees, chairs, fencing...
  • Temuka Lions donate car to Alzheimer's Society

    Thursday 29th January 2015
    The Temuka Lions Club recently made a presentation of a brand new 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer L S 2000 car to Alzheimer’s Society South Canterbury Inc for use by their support team who travel...
  • Lions Pureora Youth Camp celebrates 30 years

    Monday 26th January 2015
    This year was Pureora Youth Camp’s 30th anniversary and it was celebrated in glorious sunshine. Around 30 children were supported by nine local high school students and numerous camp staff to...
  • Greytown Lions go international

    Wednesday 7th January 2015
    Greytown Lions are lending a hand to an albino boy in Uganda. Read more

 

 

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