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Finally a place to fill all of your Scientology shopping needs.

Dominion Rd Auckland.
Opposite where the old C.C used to be, before it shut down

It`s been there for at least a month.

Luckily we have this photo of it before it shuts down.

wigee1...You`ll have to give me a few more clues if you want to know who you can`t remember.

From what you`ve given me, I`m leaning towards the Queen mother. But isn`t she dead?


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Patron with Honors
Your right on that one, run out of clues ,, look like , sounds like ,hey its been awhile.the penny will drop one day, ....Granitt


Yes . Warren did some OT levels.

Doesn`t that mean he was clear?

Yep- clear as a *****n' bell! :)

However I believe the $cilontological:trademark: convention is/was to refer to a person's highest attained case level. :study: :clever: ...

Looks like we both knew Warren at around the same time anyway, so all good.
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Maori Crusade to Eliminate Harm From Drugs

Mangere, New Zealand - July 14, 2016 - (Newswire.com)

“We have a lot of suicides. We have a lot of families being broken apart,” says Thomas Henry, whose is dedicated to helping Maori youth live better and happier lives.

Henry is Chairman of the Mangere Maori Wardens Association, a community volunteer organization that operates under auspices of the Ministry of Maori Development to ensure the safety and security of youth and the community as a whole.

In Mangere, a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand, Henry finds that although the social problems are severe and diverse, they share a common source—drug and alcohol addiction.

To address this, he works in partnership with the Church of Scientology of Auckland.

“The Church of Scientology and their Drug-Free Ambassadors are able to come out and interact with our community,” he says.

Henry uses The Truth About Drugs booklets in his drug education presentations, which he says receive great response from the kids—they are blown away by the information they learn.

He also uses The Truth About Drugs public service announcements which he finds have even greater impact.

“We start playing a lot of these short ads—they just freak out on what they see in regards to the different drugs that affect them. All the stuff that they see, they go, ‘Oh! I don’t want to do that. Oh, does that really happen?’ We know that we’ve got the message across to them,” he continues, “because they turn around and say, ‘We don’t want to go there.’”

These materials have also been a great help to the Maori Wardens themselves, helping them “see what people were going through and what the drugs were doing to their lives.” Youth become very involved with the materials.

Through a joint Maori Warden/Church of Scientology campaign some 400,000 copies of The Truth About Drugs booklets have been distributed in New Zealand, made possible by the generous contributions of members of the Church of Scientology.

Describing the program as “taonga”—the word for “treasure” in Maori, Henry says, “I know this program has made a big impact. “The resources that we’re getting from the Church of Scientology are helping our community and right across New Zealand. It’s touching a lot of people’s lives—even saving people’s lives.”

Read the article on the Scientology Newsroom