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Call for removal of ‘gender ideology’ from primary schools

An east Auckland parent strongly opposes a call by the Mental Health Foundation for the Government to retain the controversial relationships and sexuality guidelines...

Howick Intermediate goes pink

Celebrated annually around the globe, an east Auckland school paid homage to Pink Shirt Day with students and staff wearing pink and maroon coloured...

How’s your mental wellbeing?

With New Zealand having moved to the red light setting, more people are encouraged to work from home but this can be detrimental to...

Buy peonies and support mental health services

Flower lovers rejoice - it’s Peony blooming time again and, for the second year running, these revered blooms - long known to symbolise compassion...

Foundation encourages Kiwis to get some ‘me time’

With lockdown extended in Auckland last week, the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) is sharing its newest campaign - Meh Time to Me Time, encouraging...

Mental health targets critical

This week I want to talk about mental health which is a major issue for us in New Zealand. In fact, one in five New...

54 new cases of Covid -19 in NZ – new total...

COVID-19 UPDATE FROM THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH April 7, 2020 Today there are 32 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 22 new probable cases. There are...

Ross: Changes needed in mental health care

New Zealand is experiencing a mental health crisis and some of the numbers around this issue are staggering. Almost 670 Kiwis took their own lives...

Pause, Breathe, Smile – Teaching Mindfulness in schools

Three little words – pause, breathe, smile – are making a big difference in east Auckland’s primary schools. Pause, Breathe, Smile is the mindfulness programme...