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Bridget Grace

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About Bridget
Bridget Grace is a journalist based in Auckland, New Zealand.
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Ana Carolina spends first night at home with parents after almost a lifetime in hospital

02 Aug 2019  |  newshub.co.nz
Ana-Carolina, a 6-year-old girl who has been battling a rare illness since infancy, has finally left Starship's intensive care ward to start a new life at home. Her parents, Elane de Moraes Lobo and Peter Bircham, have been caring for her up to 20 hours a day and have fought with Auckland DHB over the appropriate care for a ventilated child. Now that Ana-Carolina is home, her family is seeking staff to provide full-time care, allowing Bircham to return to work. The family is looking forward to enjoying simple pleasures together, such as having breakfast and watching movies as a family.

Police Association Criticized for Magazine Cover Comparing Gun Lobby to Trolls

01 Aug 2019  |  newshub.co.nz
The Police Association of New Zealand has sparked controversy with its latest magazine cover, which compares the gun lobby to trolls. The cover has been criticized by local gun owners, who believe it is inflammatory and could harm the already tense relationship between the police and gun owners in New Zealand. Nicole McKee from the Council of Licenced Firearms Owners has expressed her disapproval, calling the cover disgraceful. However, the Police Association has defended its decision, stating that the cover is aimed at American gun lobbyists who have trolled the Association online.

Photographic exhibition 'Inferno' explores sexuality and religion in Auckland church

19 Jul 2019  |  newshub.co.nz
The article discusses the opening of a photographic exhibition titled 'Inferno' by Gui Taccetti in a deconsecrated church in Auckland. The exhibition delves into the challenges Taccetti faced as a gay man in Brazil, particularly with the Catholic Church's influence. It aims to represent the anxiety and mental health issues experienced by those whose sexuality is not accepted by society or religious institutions. The article includes comments from Victoria Trow, a support manager at Rainbow Youth, who confirms the overrepresentation of queer and gender-diverse people in negative mental health statistics. Taccetti created the exhibition over three months, viewing it as therapeutic and hoping it will foster awareness and support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Bars brace for Cricket World Cup final as licensing laws threaten early closure

14 Jul 2019  |  newshub.co.nz
Bars and pubs in New Zealand are gearing up for the Cricket World Cup final, with fans expected to flock to venues to support the Blackcaps. However, many establishments, like Auckland's The Fox, face licensing restrictions that may force them to close before the game ends. Auckland Council has granted a half-hour extension without alcohol service. Christchurch's Blackbird Cafe and Bar secured a special license to stay open for the entire match. Hospitality New Zealand has advised bars to inform patrons about potential early closures. ACT Party leader David Seymour criticized the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act as outdated and called for change, noting the upcoming Rugby World Cup. Fans have the option to watch the game at home to avoid being turned out early from bars. The final is scheduled to start at 9:30pm.

Untold stories of World War I brought to life through global poetry project

28 Sep 2018  |  newshub.co.nz
The article discusses a global initiative called the 100 Days Project, which invites writers to create 100-word poems about lesser-known stories from World War I. One story highlighted is that of Jane Berney's great-grandfather, a farmer from Eketahuna, New Zealand, who resisted sending his horses to war due to his love for them. Another story is about Kenneth White, a headmaster who died in the Battle of Passchendaele and is being commemorated through this project. The project aims to honor the lives of individuals from that era in a unique poetic format.

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