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13th October, 2017
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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.
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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.
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7th June, 2017

Woodville Lions are still negotiating with KiwiRail for the return of their iconic Manawatu Gorge track and tunnel walk which was derailed after 21 years, but in the meantime, they’re on board with a new fundraising venture.
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22nd May, 2017

Pupils are rattling buckets and taking to the street in the name of charity.
About 16 Freyberg High School pupils stood in yellow hi-vis and collected money for Palmerston North’s Arohanui Hospice on Friday as part of their annual appeal.
Joel Turnbull, 14, said the school’s junior council helped out the organisation each year.
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1st May, 2017

During the last month we have been the unfortunate victim to two burglaries at our Levin Arohanui Hospice shop on Main Road South, you may have read about these. This is disappointing and some what frustrating as I am sure you understand. Read the full story here.

30th March, 2017

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30th March, 2017

Arohanui Hospice partnered with UCOL in 2013 to build a 111 square metre relocatable home. The home was constructed by a group of 18 Certificate in Carpentry Level 4 students at UCOL’s Regional Trades and Technology Centre in Palmerston North. Since the completion of the build the Hospice has been working to find a suitable section to relocate the home. Hospice’s Louise Curtis, Director of Strategy and Operations, is excited to announce this week that they have partnered with Humphries Construction and will be relocating the home to Humphries’ Wescombe Grove development in Feilding. Read the full story here.

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