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Take Time Out to Be with Your Children

Take Time Out to Be with Your Children Says Save the Children.

This Sunday ( March 2 ) is Children’s Day and is a chance for our kids to take priority over everything else says Save the Children New Zealand.

CEO Heather Hayden says the day is a special one for our children and is a time to stop, to recognise and to treasure them.

“There are number of events being held up and down the country which give kids a chance to have fun and play and simply be with their families.”

Many countries around the world have Children’s Days but Sunday has been set aside just to remember how precious and important our children in New Zealand are says Ms Hayden.

ENDS

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