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End of life choice referendum

If the End of Life Choice Act passes into law following the September referendum Hospice          Mid-Northland will conscientiously object as an organization to providing euthanasia. We have taken this position because we fully support the philosophy of Hospice to aim to neither hasten nor postpone death and we believe that euthanasia does not have a place in palliative care. we believe with good support people can live well until they die, and their family and whanau can be an important part of this time and need support also.

As the election referendum approaches we want to assist people with understanding our position on the End of Life Act and our concerns.
It is important to acknowledge your vote is not about the concept of euthanasia.  Your vote is about whether this Act is the best possible legislation to keep people safe.
No matter the result, hospice will continue to support people regardless of their desire for euthanasia.  This is a complex, emotional and challenging topic and we acknowledge the range of individual opinions that exist.

More information can be found on our stance on the Hospice New Zealand website, here:

https://www.hospice.org.nz/resources/end-of-life-choice-act-our-concerns/

The below is a link to the End Of Life Act:

http://www.legislation.govt.nz/bill/member/2017/0269/latest/DLM7285905.html

How much do you know about the End of Life Choice Act referendum? Try this quiz ⬇️⬇️

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Ladies Night - Kerikeri Hospice Shop

Our much loved Kerikeri Ladies night is BACK!

Held in our Kerikeri Hospice Shop on Thursday 15th October 5pm - 7pm, we have been busy putting away some beautiful summer stock and other Bric-a Brac which we will have on sale for this ONE night only.

Tickets are $15 and are available from the Kerikeri Hospice shop or at the Hospice Office at 464 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri.


Memorial Garden - Honouring your loved one

Battle of the Ballroom 2021

New date confirmed is Saturday 27th March 2021

Trivia at The Homestead

Tuesday 17th November 6pm-9pm

Trivia at The Homestead Sports Bar and Bistro is one of our favourite events!

Based on the trivia - "Believe it or Not" we have 8 rounds of trivia questions that will test you, tease you and often make you laugh. With Quiz master, Tom it is a fast paced evening with spot prizes and raffles too. Teams are made up of 6 and are just $60 per team. Book your space today - We are limiting teams back to 15 teams for our last trivia of the year!


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