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14th March, 2018

Check out our latest newsletter. Please note  we have a new format. We want to hear your feedback on this please email enquiries@arohanuihospice.org.nz with your feedback. 206277 Autumn Hospice Newsletter-Final proof

7th February, 2018

This is a story about the simple joy of paying it forward.

It begins with Michael Young, a driving instructor who lost his wife Denise to cancer last June. Read more

29th January, 2018

A record amount was raised by the fourth Arohanui Hospice Trees of Remembrance fundraiser in Manawatū and Horowhenua at Christmas. Read More…

8th January, 2018

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13th December, 2017

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11th December, 2017

The Palmerston North artist famous for her iconic colourful two-dimensional townscapes has added a whole new dimension to the way she works.

Sarah Platt has employed four apprentices to work on her distinctive artworks, a five-painting project called Love Manawatū, featuring five of the region’s towns.

“I’ve designed the paintings and I’m overseeing the work, as well as painting Palmerston North,” Platt said. Read full story Here

11th December, 2017

As Daphne Sowerby watched her husband lose a painful fight with cancer, it ignited a desire to repay the hospice that made his few remaining months bearable.

More than 25 years and $100,000 later, she’s squared the debt.

Sowerby, 87, from Feilding, had known Albert since she was 9. He died in 1991, six months after being diagnosed with inoperable throat and lung cancer, prompting her to knit, craft and bake her grief away. Read full story here.

20th June, 2017

Another ’short’ week is upon us. More accurately it’s a ’shorts’ week.
Wednesday, June 21 is the shortest day, and Palmerston North businesses, schools and individuals have been encouraged to register to wear shorts as part of a leggy fundraising campaign for Arohanui Hospice.
Joining in are the central city’s three Active Explorers childcare centres – formerly Lollipops Educare – on Victoria Ave, Broadway and Grey St.
Read the full story here.

15th June, 2017

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15th June, 2017

Horowhenua’s rising older population has prompted the need for a new hospice care centre. Arohanui Hospice has opened a centre in Levin, Horowhenua – a district that makes up 30 per cent of its patients. The hospice has set up a base for clinics there, but does not yet have plans for beds.
Read the full story here.

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