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Our North Shore site is officially opened!

On Saturday 24 June we held the official opening of our refurbished North Shore facility at 7 Shea Tce, Takapuna.

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Double celebration as Harbour Hospice marks 40 years of care in the community alongside North Shore’s official opening

More than 200 generous donors, supporters, local businesses, staff and volunteers gathered at Harbour Hospice in Takapuna on Saturday [24 June] to formally celebrate the end of an ambitious multi-million-dollar redevelopment project.

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Shore Project Update - April 2023

We’re delighted to share with you that the $20 million refurbishment of Harbour Hospice North Shore is now complete.

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Refurbished North Shore site gets approval for public use

After years of planning, and navigating a global pandemic, the monumental $20 million project to redevelop the Harbour Hospice building on the North Shore is celebrating a major milestone – being approved for public use.

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Shore Project Update - October 2022

We are very excited to let you know that our completion date has come forward, making us on track for a mid-December finish.

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Shore Project Update - July 2022

As progress continues on site, we are getting close to our fundraising target of $10 million.

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Shore Project Update - March 2022

It’s now been a year since work began at 7 Shea Terrace and, despite delays caused by Covid-19, we’ve achieved a major milestone in completing stage one of the project and re-opening our Inpatient Unit.

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Shore Project Update - October 2021

With the move to Alert Level 3 on September 21 we’re happy to report that construction has recommenced at 7 Shea Terrace.

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Training room benefits community

The redevelopment will feature a Training Room to deliver training and education programmes and it’s thanks to the generosity of The Ralph & Eve Seelye Charitable Trust, that this is possible.