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Michael October 16, 2013
Can you believe it’s officially twelve weeks until Christmas?
Michael September 3, 2013
With Oxfam Unwrapped you can choose from over 50 gifts that are sure to keep your friends and family happy and feeling fantastic!
Michael November 27, 2012
Ever been behind the camera at TV shoot?
Michael November 6, 2012
We've just unwrapped the new Oxfam Unwrapped for 2012 and are mighty pleased!
Michael May 2, 2012
  So the eternal question: What do you buy for the number one woman in your life? We asked young Joe Blayney, 14, from Mount Albert Grammar what about his decision to pick his mum an Oxfam Unwrapped gift for Mother's Day this year.
Michael January 13, 2012
Thank you to everyone who purchased Oxfam Unwrapped gifts for Christmas! We've got some great news for all our supporters - news that is life-changing for people living in the places where we work. We totted up all the gifts that you've bought and are delighted to reveal that you have given more than:   - 1000 pairs of chickens   - 610 piles of poo
Michael December 5, 2011
Oxfam has revealed New Zealand’s most generous towns in its first-ever Oxfam Unwrapped Generosity List. By looking at the numbers and locations of gifts given through the Oxfam Unwrapped appeal, Oxfam has named the South Island town of Upper Moutere as the country’s most generous.
Michael December 1, 2011
Enoch and his family survived the bitter nine year Bougainville civil war by fleeing into the hills. After the conflict, they returned to their village to find it completely destroyed. Enoch knew good sanitation would be as vital for keeping the village children alive as protecting them from soldiers.
Michael November 24, 2011
Milk, manure and moo-ving about, cows are a incredibly versatile gift.
Michael November 23, 2011
Despite being a tourist destination, Vanuatu is one of the poorest countries in Melanesia and faces many problems. A key issue is the absence of safe water and adequate sanitation, which causes poor health and disease and severely restricts rural communities’ economic and social development.

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