TV3 The AM Show 
The Chicago man fighting New Zealand's inequality battle

March, 29 2017 

Terrance Wallace moved to New Zealand to help Maori and Pasifika students who were falling through the cracks. 
A documentary is going to be made to tell his story and the filmmakers have started a Kickstarter page to raise funds
Radio New Zealand
From Jesse Mulligan,   March, 20 2017 
Terrance Wallace has boosted the opportunities of more than a hundred Māori and Pasifika teens with his education foundation InZone.
An upcoming documentary tells the story of his quest to help New Zealand youth and now too those in his hometown of Chicago. View the full article here.
NZ Herald
Documentary reveals outside the box idea to get kids into good schools
When an American man living in New Zealand watched a news story about Maori and Pacifica youth underachieving in education he came up with a pioneering idea to make a change. View the full article here.
Maori Television
Te Karere attended the powhiri to welcome the new boys joining the hostel for 2016...
Sunday Star Times
A great article by Emma Jones which appeared in the Sunday Star Times on January 24, 2016.
View the full article here.
E-Tangata Magazine

Caley Wilson from the Maori and Pasifika Sunday magazine E-Tangata interviewed Terrance Wallace about InZone and wrote this inspiring article titled “Chicago, Auckland Grammar and Ngati Whatua”.
In this article Terrance talks about InZone and reveals the childhood experiences that  helped to shape the values that drive InZone today.
Read the full interview here.
Seven Sharp
Great coverage for InZone on the news and current affairs show, Seven Sharp.
Full interview here.

Victory Haka for PM On Election Night

A victorious John Key was honored with a televised InZone haka when he emerged from his house on election night.  The leader of the National Party had been bunkered up inside his Parnell home as election results showed him steadily hold the lead throughout the night.  As the vote count came to a close, Mr Key came out onto the street where supporters and news crews had been waiting in the rain.  
The InZone student base greeted the PM, a great long-time supporter of our project, with a fierce and powerful haka.  Mr Key stood proudly as he watched on before leaving for the Auckland Events Centre for National Party's election party.

TV3:  Campbell Live
August 2014
In early August, Anna Burns-Francis and the team from Campbell Live visited 99 Owens Rd to do a story on InZone Boys and raise the profile of our foundation.  The story finally aired last night, on the Monday night Campbell Live show.
We are extremely grateful to TV3 for their publicity and we hope it will come in handy as we work to establish InZone Girls in 2015. 
We further want to compliment Logan for his natural laid-back presence in front of the cameras.  You are a star!
To view the Campbell Live feature on InZone click on the link below:
Getting kids in the Grammar zone
Vodafone's "The Shot" Video
Early in 2013, as part of the Vodafone ‘World of Difference’ Award, .  Vodafone generously produced a promotional video about Terrance Wallace’s World of Difference year, which has generated a huge amount of support for the InZone.
The video is visible here on the right:
Maori TV:  Native Affairs
At the start of 2013, Terrance Wallace was approached by Māori TV presenter Adrian Stevanon, who had heard about the InZone Project from a friend.  He was surprised to hear that no one had done an extensive story on the InZone initiative, and offered to do one himself as part of the Native Affairs show.  The IZP accepted his offer and in August Māori TV spent a week filming interviews and other footage to use for a documentary piece.

It proved a great experience for the boys, in particular those who played a major role in the interviews.  The show aired on the 26th of August and there has been a huge amount of response and interest in the Project since.  So much so, that InZone saw a sharp increase in applications for the 2014 intake and now have a waiting list.

It is unfortunate that the Foundation has had to say no to so many great young men, due to restricted spaces.  We would love to take them all but there the number of beds is limited.  Because of the amazing response received from around the country after this documentary aired, we have not needed to visit as many schools to generate numbers as we would have previously.

As a result of the documentary, which also mentioned the girls project, we have received a lot of expressions of interest for InZone Girls.  The Foundation has set a target date for the Girls project to be operational in time for the 2015 start of the school year.

To view the Native Affairs documentary please view the links below:

Native Affairs Show Part 1

Native Affairs Show Part 2
Shine TV:  The "NZONE FOCUS"
Series 11/04/2013
Mania Clarke from Shine TV was present to watch the 2012 intake of InZone boys being welcomed onto the Te Kāinga Wānanga grounds, at the start of their academic year (Video 1). A year on, she returned to Owens Rd with the Shine Tv crew to find out how they got on (Video 2).
Thank you Mania Clarke and the Shine Tv whanau for your support of the In Zone Project.  Also a great well done to Payton and Neemia, for their photogenic classy work in front of the cameras.