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The Tauranga Multicultural Festival run by Tauranga Regional Multicultural Council Inc. (formerly Tauranga Regional Ethnic Council Inc) is an annual event to promote the diversity of our region and to
2011
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A fantastic digital story about the vibrant Tauranga Multicultural Festival held on 17th March 2012 at the Historic Village, was submitted by Tauranga City Councillor Murray Guy
2012
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Living in Harmony evening on 9th November 2011, at Village Hall, Historic Village at 17th Ave, Tauranga
2011
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The Office of Ethnic Affairs is investigating media reports that anti-Filipino sentiment has emerged in Tauranga in reaction to the Rena disaster.The NZ Herald and the Stuff website are reporting
2011
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Te Puke is celebrating its first Living in Harmony night.
2011
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Part of the Living in Harmony series that TRMC have been organising successfully to bring the culture of various ethnic groups to forefront. The idea of this evening was to get the various
2011
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Swiss Evening is part of the Living in Harmony series that TRMC have been organising successfully for over four years with the aim to bring the culture of various ethnic
2011
Organization
Our monthly past newsletters are avialable to be read
2011
Event
The Tauranga Multicultural Festival run by Tauranga Regional Multicultural Council Inc. (formerly Tauranga Regional Ethnic Council Inc) is an annual event to promote the diversity of our region and to
2011
Event
The Tauranga Multicultural Festival run by Tauranga Regional Multicultural Council Inc. (formerly Tauranga Regional Ethnic Council Inc) is an annual event to promote the diversity of our region and to
2011
Event
The Tauranga Multicultural Festival run by Tauranga Regional Multicultural Council Inc. (formerly Tauranga Regional Ethnic Council Inc) is an annual event to promote the diversity of our region and to
2011
Organization
On 22nd Aug 2011 Tauranga Regional Multi Cultural Council was one of the 12 recipients from various organisations in New Zealand to be awarded the prestigious 2011 NZ Diversity Award
2011
Organization
The Tauranga Regional Multicultural Council is forming the BOP Interpreting Service and invites to pre-employment 60 hours course every second Saturday from 27/08 to 3/12/2011 in the Historic Village at
2011
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Migration according to me can be bifurcated into two major aspects. One is in search for a better option and Second is for adventure. In the first category migrants are
2011
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ONE OF A DOZEN EGGS  Bienbenidos Amigos!!  My name is Paccha.  I was born in Ecuador, South America and belong to the Inca Peoples. My mother had 12 children so
2011
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I arrived here in Tauranga in 2000 for what was supposed to be only a short stay to help my sister.  At that time she was very sick and her
2011
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My name is Maria and I’m a migrant from the Philippines. I’ve been here in New Zealand for 12 years now and I consider myself as a “Kiwi”, although deep
2011
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 My Journey  I was born in Canberra, Australia, to parents who worked with the Indonesian Embassy.   After a few years we were transferred to Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia.  
2011
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Who will be interested in my story? And my Memories? My small Italian family of 3 have travelled and lived in many countries before arriving, very recently, in New Zealand.
2011