Lifestyle and environment - Community initiatives

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Sporty juniors get health boost on field

Young Lower Hutt touch rugby players have healthier drinking options...

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SPCA campaign kicks off to boost animal welfare

The SPCA and Healthy Food Guide nutritionist Claire Turnbull are...

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Auckland’s first community fridge opens doors

A fridge offering free food to Aucklanders in need opens...

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Dinner for 120

It’s what they call the silly season, well and truly,...

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Coffee cup recycling a no-go for NZ

Dedicated recycling bins for takeaway coffee cups in Australian cities...

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Bid for sugary drinks warning labels, tax

Sugary drinks should carry warning labels and clearly show how...

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Christchurch events trial eco-friendly packaging

A trial of disposable food packaging and cutlery that can...

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Junk free and jaded

Niki Bezzant wonders whether ‘free from’ months are simply deprivation...

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Nutrition education helping Kenyan children

New Zealand teams recommend solutions in Kenyan community. Together ChildFund New...

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We don’t have to have a fat, sick...

Well, the election is just a month away, and still...

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It’s time to Live Below the Line

Have you heard of Living Below the Line? It’s about...

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How healthy are your restaurant meals?

How healthy was the last meal you ate in a...

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Connecting with real hunger: ‘Living Below The Line’

Welcome to the 10th Fat Chance! weight loss blog. Weight loss...

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Shopping guide: Free-range pork

It sounds like a great idea – but how do...

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Breast cancer update

October is Breast Cancer Action Month. Here’s what’s new in...

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Kiwi kids learning from seed to fork

School gardens are becoming more common around the country, giving...

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