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Safer Streets in 'Child Friendly City

Safer Streets in 'Child Friendly City'

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Whangarei: New Zealand’s first city to register for Child Friendly Cities Initiative

Whangarei: New Zealand’s first city to register for Child Friendly Cities Initiative

UNICEF NZ and the Northland Intersectoral Forum (NIF) are pleased to announce that Whangarei is New Zealand’s first city to be registered with the Child Friendly Cities Initiative.

UNICEF NZ National Advocacy Manager, Deborah Morris-Travers said, “The Child Friendly Cities Initiative is a framework that guides councils and communities to put children first in their decision making, by bringing to life children’s rights at a local level.

Nurses: a force for change – celebrating International Nurses Day by acknowledging, celebrating and encouraging excellence!

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‘Nurses: a force for change – celebrating International Nurses Day by acknowledging, celebrating and encouraging excellence!

On the evening of 14th May the work of Northland nurses and midwives was celebrated at a moving and inspiring awards ceremony held in the Ratu Room, Manaia Health, Whangarei.

Passing the baton - providing respiratory services to the people of Northland

On the evening of April 10th 2014 past and present committee members, staff, business partners and friends of the Asthma Society Northland (Inc) met together to share memories, stories and to participate in passing stewardship of the respiratory service from the Asthma Society to Manaia Health PHO. For over forty years the Asthma Society has provided respiratory services to many Northland communities.

Whangarei Youth Space to become a reality

The Young people of Whangarei are at last going to have a place to call their own. On the 21st of October the ASB Community Trust approved a significant multi-year grant to the Whangarei Youth Space Trust to establish a Youth Space in Whangarei. This follows the commitment by the Whangarei District Council to grant a lease for a building and the Northland District Health Board and Manaia Health PHO to support youth health services.

PRIMARY HEALTH CARE NURSES AWARDED A MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION CREDENTIAL IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE

From Left: Judith Hall, Suzie Costelloe, Suzanne Mackay, Donna Kuljish, Robynann Dyson, Chris Hutchinson, Jann Leaming, Veronique Norstrand

Te Puāwaitanga o Otangarei proves successful healthcare service

Te Puāwaitanga o Otangarei proves successful healthcare service

7:02pm, Sunday 21 July 2013

There's a healthcare centre in Otangarei, in Whangarei, established by the community concerned about the large number of deaths and illnesses who do not go to the doctors due to high fees.
Over the past 10 years, Te Puāwaitanga o Otangarei Healthcare Centre has achieved remarkable success and outcomes.

Forget the Bling Bling - do the Whanau Thing

‘Forget the Bling Bling - do the Whanau Thing’ is an annual campaign which aims to reduce the economic and social stress experienced by low-income families at Christmas time. This project is about providing information and tools to families and communities as a reminder that Christmas is a time to spend celebrating life with families and friends rather than spending lots of money on expensive presents which leave families in debt and stressed.

Maori Health Leadership Awards with a focus on Mental Health and Addictions

The three (3) Henry Rongomau Bennett Foundation Tohu Hiranga Excellence Awards are:
 
1) Bob Henare Award:
The specific focus of the Bob Henare Excellence Award is to, by recognising excellence, innovation and best practice, support rangatahi (under 25 years) Māori leadership in the mental health sector.
 
Candidates for this Award must be nominated.
 
One Award of up to $5000 each will be made in 2013.
 
 
2) Harry Pitman Award: