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All Right? Campaign update: November 2017

Wednesday, November 15, 2017   Posted in: Healthy Christchurch Notices By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, mental wellbeing, resilience, recovery, wellbeing

Kia ora

Today's a big day for the people of Kaikoura and Hurunui. It’s exactly one year since the 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook people in these communities awake, damaged houses and lifelines, and changed the landscape forever.

Just like in Christchurch, the people of Kaikoura and Hurunui are all at different places - some are grieving their losses, while others are excited about their future. And that’s all right - we all cope with things differently.

Regardless of where you live and what you’ve been through, today’s a good day to take a moment to pause and think about how you, and those around you, are doing. It’s also important to remember how far you’ve come.

Arohanui,
The All Right? team

One year on in Kaikoura...

We're on the ground in Kaikoura and Hurunui, doing what we can to support people to adapt to life post-quake. 

Rachel Vaughan.Rachel Vaughan (Kaikoura)

Prior to joining All Right? Rachel worked for the Kaikoura District Council.
She is a passionate environmentalist and has been a key driver of Kaikoura's Zero Waste Programme.

Email: rachel[at]smartpathways.co.nz

Leanne Bayler (Hurunui)

Leanne Bayler.

Leanne has previously worked for the Waimakariri District Council Community Team and for the  Rural Canterbury PHO as a health promoter for the Hurunui.

Email: leanne.bayler[at]allright.org.nz

Kaikoura Views

The people of Kaikoura have been through a lot over the last 12 months.
We photographed fifteen Kaikoura locals so we can share their stories and perspectives with the whole community.

Fill your wellbeing kete...

Here's a bit of what we've been up to (and a bit of what's coming up)... 

More fun than bubble wrap

In December we’ll be sharing our latest campaign with Canterbury.

We can’t give too much away - but we’re confident you’ll find it cooler than pirates and ninjas combined AND warmer than a onesie.

Stay tuned!

What makes us feel all right?

We asked Cantabrians from various cultural backgrounds to think about their wellbeing and the things they do to improve it.

Their answers are a useful reminder of the simple things we can all do to take care of ourselves and each other. 

Five sweet city secrets

There’s a lot going on in our inner city and it’s not always easy keeping up.

This wee pearler of a video shows five cool things you probably didn’t know about inner city Christchurch. We whipped this up last month!

Share your sweet, free city experiences on the Open City website, so they can be shared with the people of Ōtautahi on the Open City parking meter.


All Right?We're always keen to hear your stories, thoughts and ideas. Get in touch with All Right?

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