Healthy Christchurch Notices
Notices and newsletters from Healthy Christchurch.
Healthy Christchurch publishes newsletters three times throughout the year. The newsletters are created to advise signatories of the Healthy Christchurch Support Team's activities. The work of signatories is also often highlighted, where their work relates to the Healthy Christchurch priorities or to the Charter.
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- Kia ora,
Over half way through May already…unbelievable! Since we last spoke the All Right? team has been super busy:
We have a new website
We have staged not one but two Outrageous Bursts of All Right,
We released a new compliments poster and
- The All Right? campaign supports Samoan Language Week (25th to 31st May 2014).
A poster featuring the All Righties is available to download to celebrate.
Taofi mau i au measina - hold fast to your cultural treasures
We hope that everyone is faring well after what has been
a(nother) very challenging week! While the storm and floods were
the last thing we needed, they once again brought to the forefront
the wonderful, community minded nature of Cantabr
Welcome to our first newsletter for 2014, we hope your year has
got off to a stunning start.
The All Right? team has already been super busy making progress on
a large number of projects
It's hard to believe that December is already here… no doubt you
will be (as the All Right? team is) rushing to get a lot of work
completed before the end of the year
Kia ora koutou
The last 6 weeks have been an incredibly busy time for the
All Right? team
Kia ora koutou,
For the last couple of months the All Right? team have been busy
planning the next steps of the campaign
Healthy Christchurch Media Release
15th April 2013
Research released today provides a fascinating snapshot of how
the Canterbury population is coping with the aftermath of one of
New Zealand's worst natural disaster
CDHB Media Release: 25 February 2013
A world first social marketing campaign designed to help us
think about our mental health and wellbeing is hitting the streets
of Canterbury this week
After much consultation, research, and creative debate, the
All Right? campaign kicks off in under a week. We can't wait to
share it with Canterbury!
On Sunday 24th February, posters will go up on bus shelters
Healthy Christchurch has been busy supporting signatories and
the greater Christchurch community in response to the earthquakes
following Septembers 2010