Kia ora neighbours, the official apology for the Dawn Raids has been postponed due to the Covid-19 alert level change.
Last week, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the Government would formally apologise to the Pasifika community for the race-based dawn raids of the 1970s.
The ceremony was due to take place on Saturday evening in Auckland, but has been delayed.
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Oceania has always believed in better and so does Meadowbank’s new Care Manager, Suzette Vorster.
Having worked in Aged Care for several years, Suzette’s favourite thing about her work has remained the same – giving back to those who’ve done so much for Aotearoa.
“Our residents have a lifetime of knowledge and have worked hard in often difficult times. I see it as such a privilege to be in a position to lead a team of people who are passionate about caring for them.”
Suzette’s recipe for great care is simple. “Great care means meeting a resident’s daily needs with empathy and warmth – to deliver the kind of care that anyone would want their Mum or Dad to have.”
She’s excited to take on a new challenge in our vibrant village beside Orakei Basin.
“Meadowbank is a beautiful site– it’s a place anyone would feel proud to live in and a place families enjoy visiting. Our Care Suites provide a feeling of independence within the comfort and security of exceptional 24/7, round-the-clock care.” And her vision for Meadowbank goes beyond brick and mortar.
“The heart of it is the people – staff who provide empathy and love, and residents who live their years to the fullest.”
To learn more about our Care Suites with Rest Home and Hospital level care, get in touch with Suzette today.
Kia ora Neighbours, Auckland Transport wants KiwiRail to stump up with the cost of repairing 19 trains, after a fallen stack of old rails, damaged the electric units. Who's at fault ? Read the story below: