News - Arohanui Hospice
August 1, 2021

Meet Our Arohanui Team: George Dempster

In his role as Spiritual Care Coordinator, George Dempster cares for the spiritual needs of each hospice patient and their family / whanau. Here, he shares his Arohanui story. I joined Arohanui Hospice about eight years ago – my role is to […]
July 30, 2021

The heart & soul of palliative care has not changed

Dr Simon Allan, Director of Palliative Care reflects on 30 years of care in our community. There’s a misconception Arohanui Hospice is a sad, gloomy, depressive place, Dr Simon Allan says. It’s anything but, according to the Director of Palliative […]
July 28, 2021

New “PassionPeople” appointed to the Arohanui Hospice board

It has certainly been two years of change for the Arohanui Hospice Board. The sudden death of trustee Mary McKenna in September 2019, who had been a special part of Arohanui Hospice since its inception, set the wheels of succession in motion. […]
July 11, 2021

Arohanui Hospice: 30 Years and Beyond

Three decades ago, Arohanui Hospice first opened its doors with the vision that all people with life-limiting conditions live well and die well, irrespective of their condition or care setting. Our community has grown since 1991, and so have we, providing palliative […]
June 27, 2021
Suffrage in Stiches

Suffrage in Stitches – Creative Legacy

Te Manawa currently is hosting an exhibition called ‘Suffrage in Stitches’. This project commemorates 125 years of Suffrage in New Zealand and was an initiative by St Vinnies Resew, an up-cycling, sustainable sewing initiative, in collaboration with Wellington Museum where […]