25 Aug 2010


From Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan, 2:23 pm on 25 August 2010

Marina Seager's family has just purchased the old nurses home in Riverton in Invercargill. It's got 49 rooms, including 30 bedrooms and 8 toilets. The reason the Seager's bought the house is to help other families who find themselves without a place to stay. They've given it a new name, 'Piringa', which means shelter or refuge.

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