Alcohol Healthwatch is an established Charitable Trust with a mission to reduce alcohol-related harm through effective health promotion. Based in Newmarket, Auckland, and funded by the Ministry of Health, we deliver a range of local and national health promotion programmes, for example: promoting and supporting evidence-based policy and collaborative planning; mobilising and building community and sector capacity; raising awareness and understanding of alcohol-related harm and harm prevention approaches.
Te Whānau o Waipareira Research Unit are conducting research regarding physical activity amongst our whānau and your contribution is needed. Fill out the quick, simple survey (don’t worry whānau, it will take 2mins max!). To thank you for your time you will go in the draw to win one of the $50 vouchers for Westfield Westcity.
Lincoln University invites you to join well known Radio personality Kim Hill and panellists in a stimulating discussion.
WATER – for New Zealand, for the world…what has to change to ensure our future? Is New Zealand using its water responsibly?
2017 is the second year of a two-year “Unite to End TB” campaign for World TB Day. This year, WHO places a special focus on uniting efforts to "Leave no one behind", including actions to address stigma, discrimination, marginalization and overcome barriers to access care.