Deregistration after same-sex marriage campaign must be reviewed.
It's less than a year since the poster girls for New Zealand's new marriage law wed.
A New Zealand poll shows general opposition to group marriage
Let's look beyond today and see what further advances marriage will make in New Zealand.
Family First New Zealand has received notification that government's Charities Commission intends to deregister the charity. Why? Family First has a traditional view of marriage being one man and one woman.
New Zealand’s decision to redefine marriage last week is being used by supporters of same-sex marriage in Australia to push for the “inevitable.”
Last night (April 17) 77 people changed the institution of marriage in New Zealand.
"Give us equality" ... "don't discriminate" ... These are catchcries of proponents of same-sex marriage. Gay couples assert the right to equal treatment and to deny them legal marriage is, they say, blatant discrimination. This assertion deflects attention from the real issue: what is the true nature of marriage?
At last New Zealand's leading newspaper has acknowledged that support for gay marriage has declined ever since a bill to legalise it was introduced six months ago.
Wednesday night New Zealand time a two-thirds majority of the country’s parliament passed a same-sex marriage bill at its second reading.
New Zealand media lead the way...
A Herald on Sunday poll January 6 shows that support for redefining marriage has fallen from a previous high of 63% in a ONE News Colmar Brunton poll last May to just 53% now.
Meanwhile, Down Under, the public broadcaster Television New Zealand hosts a debate between a marriage defender and a marriage revisionist.
A New Zealand website, Protect marriage, is hacked to pieces the first day it went up.