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NEW AMBULANCES TO SUPPORT RURAL COMMUNITIES

NGAIRE JONES |

A new ambulance model designed specifically to support New Zealand’s rural and remote communities has arrived on our shores....

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ST JOHN REACHES CONSOLIDATED SETTLEMENT WITH ITS UNIONS

VICTORIA HAWKINS |

St John is please to announce it has reached a collective agreement with all its unions - Amalgamated Workers Unions of New Zealand, New Zealand Ambulance Association and First Union....

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A ST JOHN COMMUNITY HUB

NGAIRE JONES |

Plans are underway for a new St John facility in New Plymouth to be a hub for both ambulances and the community....

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VOLUNTEERS HONOURED WITH MINISTER OF HEALTH VOLUNTEER AWARDS

BEVERLEY TSE |

St John is proud that its veteran archivist and Order Member, George Wright has jointly won the long service category of the 2019 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards, while its Invercargill Health Shuttle team has been named runners up for the community or NGO health service team category....

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HONOUR SYSTEM RECOGNISES ST JOHN PEOPLE

NGAIRE JONES |

One of the biggest events in the St John calendar was held at the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul on the 15th June....

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HONOURING OUR VALUABLE VOLUNTEERS

BEVERLEY TSE |

Volunteers are at the heart of St John. Every day more than 9,600 generous volunteers help thousands of people across the country by devoting their time to St John’s frontline ambulance service and a variety of community health programmes to support people living well....

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ST JOHN PREPARES FOR AN INCREASED DEMAND OVER WINTER

NGAIRE JONES |

With winter fast approaching, it’s a good time to think about keeping well over the colder months....

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Thousands of Kiwi kids are learning to prevent injuries and hospital admissions

BEVERLEY TSE |

Every week more than 135 children are hospitalised in New Zealand for a range of unintentional injuries – of which more than half are due to falls. ...

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St John welcomes coalition government's commitment to the future of ambulance services

VICTORIA HAWKINS |

St John is pleased with today’s news that emergency ambulance services will receive a helping hand in this year’s budget while work is undertaken to develop a sustainable, long-term funding model....

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STUDY SHOWS INEQUALITY IN ACCESS TO LIFE-SAVING AEDS

NGAIRE JONES |

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