Famous NZ businessman leaves legacy to Filipinos

Tindall leaves legacy for Philippines poor (By Grant Flemming from The New Zealand Herald, 14 January 2007)

CEBU – Stephen Tindall started visiting the Philippines in the 1980s to source product for his then fledgling company, The Warehouse.

Twenty years on, the visits have stopped, but founder of one of New Zealand’s most successful businesses is still leaving his mark on the lives of some the country’s poorest citizens.

NZ: Acute nursing shortage hits hospitals

from The New Zealand Herald (12 Nov 2006):

“The largest numbers of overseas nurses come from Britain, South Africa and the Philippines, but Filipino nurses claim they are discriminated against because of their accent, and many will no longer be able to fill nursing jobs in New Zealand.”