This Christmas looks a little different for Claudine, 48, who is now being cared for by Harbour Hospice after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2021.
We don’t know how she found the time but somehow, in between her work for hospice as a doctor and medical team leader and her home life as a busy mum of two, Dr Eugenia Romboli has written a book.
He counts running out to a Wembley Stadium crowd of 100,000 among his greatest moments, but Kiwi rugby league great Dean Bell reckons he’s living his best life now as a hospice worker and granddad.
The artist behind the stunning artwork that features in our promotional material for our 2024 Martakana fine art exhibition is the multi-talented Alysn Midgelow-Marsden of Tāwharanui.
Anybody who knew Christine Wykes knew that she loved people, parties and music. So the hospice fundraising event that she created with a committee of friends and family incorporates all three.
Harbour Hospice’s largest annual fundraiser, Vintners’ Brunch, is always a memorable affair. But at this year’s event, held at the Pullman Auckland on Sunday 20 August, it was guest speaker Gabrielle Anstiss who made it unforgettable.
Margaret Broad was one of Harbour Hospice’s first, and most influential, volunteers. The tragedy of losing her husband and daughter in the Mt Erebus disaster drove her to work tirelessly for the Hospice cause.