"Whaia te pae tawhiti kia mau, ko te pae tata whakamauakia tina, hui e tāiki e"
Pursue the distant horizons of your aspirations, hold fast to those you achieve.

Live Brighter: new from All Right?

Live Brighter is the latest evolution of the All Right? campaign to support Cantabrians’ mental health and wellbeing.

Live Brighter is about being the best you can be and doing simple, fun and smart things that boost your life, body and mind.

It has four main platforms:

  • Find your spark
  • Share the love
  • Lighten the load
  • Sort your habits

Live Brighter is about loving life, playing to your strengths and cherishing the good stuff along the way.

Find out more about Live Brighter.


Welcome to Healthy Christchurch

Healthy Christchurch is a CDHB-led intersectoral collaborative partnership based on the WHO Healthy Cities model.

The key idea is that all sectors and groups have a role to play in creating a healthy city, whether their specific focus is recreation, employment, youth, environmental enhancement, transport, housing or any other aspect of city life.

This intersectoral initiative aims at foster collaboration between organisations who have signed The Healthy Christchurch Charter.

Read the Healthy Christchurch Charter.

There are currently over 200 Charter Signatories, ranging from government agencies, businesses, voluntary sector groups, networks and residents associations. The specialist focus of the signatories ranges from children's welfare to sport, from the arts to literacy.


News headlines from Healthy Christchurch and from Healthy Christchurch signatories. For more news click here.

  • VicHealth eUpdate: 28 April 2016

    Latest News VicHealth’s Leading Thinker Initiative shows way towards healthier lifestyle choices Chief Executive of the UK-based Behavioural Insights Team (BIT), Dr David Halpern, will give a keynote address at the State Library of Victoria today (28 Apri
  • Educational afternoon tea from Community Energy Action

    Community Energy Action (CEA) invites you to join them for an informal gathering to learn about the Curtain Bank and other services they can provide for your clients
  • New funding rounds from Te Putahitanga

    Te Pūtahitanga is excited to announce three new investment rounds opening on 1st May 2016. These three investment rounds close on Tuesday 31st May 2016. Find out more about Te Pūtahitanga's investment rounds, including how to apply
  • Survey on Financial Reserves in Not-for-Profit Sector

    BDO New Zealand are backing Not-for-Profit organisations by wanting to understand more about your financial reserves - How much is “enough”? They would love to hear your organisation's view to help develop a best practice platform and open discussion in t
  • Under 5s Expo for those from refugee and migrant backgrounds

    Come along to this FREE expo for parents and children under 5 from refugee and migrant backgrounds to find out about local services and activities
  • New parenting and Pacific resources from All Right?

    New A3 posters of the All Right? campaign’s latest two projects are now available. Order All Right? resources from theCommunity Health Information Centre (CHIC)
  • Tamariki Ora Nurse at Te Puawaitanga Ki Otautahi Trust

    Te Puawaitanga Ki Ōtautahi Trust invites applications from suitably qualified, experienced and motivated people to support whānau in our Tamariki Ora service. This role is fulltime
  • Whanau Support Worker at Te Puawaitanga Ki Otautahi Trust

    Te Puawaitanga Ki Ōtautahi Trust invites applications from suitably, qualified, experienced and motivated people to support whānau in our Tamariki Ora service. This role is for 28 hours per week
  • Maori Health Research Review 60

    Tēnā koutou katoa. Nau mai ki tenei Tirohanga hou Hauora Māori. Greetings. Welcome to Māori Health Review Issue 60. Highlights of this issue include: Community-based cancer care for NZ Māori

Healthy Christchurch Champions

  • Canterbury District Health Board
  • Christchurch City Council
  • Environment Canterbury
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ngai Tahu
  • NZ Police
  • Pegasus Health
  • University of Otago, Christchurch