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David’s story

For David and his wife Jenny, the ability to call Harbour Hospice at any time is their lifeline. David’s story demonstrates the courage it takes to live with an illness, such as advanced cancer, that brings a new challenge daily.

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Rewarding roles for shop volunteers

If there is such a thing as an enviable problem, our shops have it. They are so busy that we constantly need more volunteers.

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10-year refresh for Hibiscus House

New furniture, floor coverings and drapes have been installed in the Hibiscus House Inpatient Unit.

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Shona’s passion for our patients

We are blessed to have amazing IPU volunteers like Shona.

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Keeping our Harbour Hospice family connected

This week we sent some messages of thanks to our frontline staff to show how much we appreciate what they’re doing for us all.

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Pauline’s Story

As much as she loves to be at home drawing, painting and sewing, artist Pauline Coates is a people person and needs to get out of the house.

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Joan’s lasting legacy

Thanks to the amazing support of our community, Colin and Gaye were able to deal with each new challenge because they could pick up the phone and call Harbour Hospice at any time, day or night.


Redeveloping our North Shore facilities

An update on our premises at Shea Terrace, Takapuna.

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Finding new ways to support seniors

Some people with chronic conditions could benefit from more social support but, as they do not need palliative care, they fall outside the scope of Hospice.

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‘The Embrace’ at Tui House

Families in the Warkworth Wellsford community can now have a tribute to their loved ones permanently displayed in Tui House.


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