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Archive by category: Child, Youth and Whānau Return
The diverse needs of our pēpi (babies), tamariki (children) and rangatahi (youth – young adults) are being supported by a refreshed Child and Youth Workstream (CYWS) structure, which now includes three separate groups to focus on these different stages of life.
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19 May, 2021 |
Cantabrians are being asked to complete a survey to share their thoughts on what they and their whānau need for their health and hauora / wellbeing.
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02 May, 2021 |
A group of budding artists shared their skills with the Ashburton community last weekend, as they celebrated their first pop-up exhibition at the Ashburton Art Gallery.
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18 Mar, 2021 |
He Waka Tapu kindly said, ‘nau mai, haere mai’ (welcome to our place), to the Mana Ake kaimahi (workers) at a moving pōwhiri on Tuesday 19 January.
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25 Feb, 2021 |
Canterbury Medical Officer of Health, Dr Ramon Pink has some simple things we can all do to make our summer unstoppable.
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18 Jan, 2021 |
Kai, kōrero and companionship is proving a winning combination for kaumātua (elders) through the Kahukura Kaumātua Programme, which is helping to bring a community together to connect and talk about hauora (health and wellbeing).
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17 Dec, 2020 |
It’s fair to say 2020 has been a challenging year, but it’s ending on a high note for participants who took part in the pilot Hikitia Te Hā stop smoking incentive programme at Te Kōhanga Reo o Te Horomako o Te Huruhuru early childhood centre in Islington.
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17 Dec, 2020 |
The St John Youth and Canterbury Clinical Network (CCN) partnership is nearing its first anniversary and the relationship has proved so successful it is now being formalised. The pilot project which has been running through 2020 has been endorsed for St John Youth to offer a permanent voice across CCN’s groups.
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16 Dec, 2020 |
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