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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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Harbour Hospice chief executive recognised as local hero

Harbour Hospice Chief Executive Jan Nichols has been recognised as a Local Hero in the Albany Westfield Local Heroes awards.

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Little boy lost

When Robyn Millar’s former partner turned up on her doorstep asking for help, she took him in. Then Harbour Hospice discovered Peter and began helping him too.

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Generosity of John

Without the generosity of people like John we simply wouldn’t be able to provide the level of care that we do for patients and their whānau.

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Roadtrip of a lifetime

We korero with Harbour Hospice clinical nurse specialist Claire May.

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‘My mother was an early mobiliser’

Harbour Hospice kaiāwhina Barb O'Loughlin's lifelong love of learning te reo started with her mum, Kahurangi Watana Mataira Taylor, who was an early 'disruptor'.

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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.

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In it for the long haul

"I’ve always felt humbled by the work we do, and I’m constantly reminded that we need to live our lives and take opportunities when they come."

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Shore Project Update - September 2021

It was only a matter of time before we saw Delta in New Zealand. Like many construction projects, work at 7 Shea Terrace was forced to stop as we were sent quickly into Alert Level 4.

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