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Story written on Apr 23, 2018
Partnership with major businesses gives voice to employees to improve workplace wellbeing
Healthy Families Manukau, Manurewa-Papakura (HFMMP) in partnership with major New Zealand corporates has released the findings around the health and wellbeing of shift workers in South Auckland. The partnerships or...
Story written on Apr 12, 2018
Do Good Feel Good Leaders take up leadership challenge
Four young leaders from Do Good Feel Good (DGFG) will attend the Aotearoa Youth Declaration Conference in Auckland this month. The UN Youth event is the organisation’s flagship civics education...
Story written on Mar 22, 2018
International Water Day
What does Richie McCaw, a mechanical engineer, the ASB Polyfest and water all have in common? They are all a part of the life of 13-year-old Mangere College student, Ethan...
Story written on Mar 21, 2018
South Auckland teachers join forces to promote health in 21st century ECE's
Twenty-six Early Childhood Centres (ECE) in Otara and Papatoetoe are a part of a new initiative to mobilise and sustain health promotion within their preschools. At the initial Healthy Families...
Story written on Feb 28, 2018
South Aucklanders urged to have their say on future of walking and cycleways
Healthy Families, Manukau, Manurewa-Papakura is behind a new advocacy group encouraging families and individuals to make public submissions on the future of walking and cycling infrastructures in South Auckland over...
Story written on Jan 12, 2018
One Love Christmas
The One Love Christmas activity at Imrie park in December was a way to bring the neighbourhood together and provide families with seedlings for their new gardens. The One Love...
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