World Smokefree Day 2019 marks start of new campaign leadership for Hāpai te Hauora and Cancer Society
World Smokefree Day (WSFD) is celebrated at the end of May and is a great time to remind New Zealanders that we are still working towards a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025.
Hāpai kaimahi Haylee Koroi discusses the increasing exposure of gambling and alcohol advertising to Māori youth
Hāpai kaimahi Haylee Koroi discusses with Dale Husband the increasing exposure of gambling and alcohol advertising to Māori youth above those of other ethnic backgrounds and the ensuing impacts on health and wellbeing.
Despite the strong efforts of people on the frontline cleaning our beaches, New Zealand's cigarettes are now the largest source of plastic waste in our ocean, with health and environmental advocates challenging communities to reflect on New Zealand’s “tidy kiwi” brand.
One News - 'It's hitting them young' - too much screen time risks exposing children to harmful advertising, expert warns
Children that spend too much time engaging with digital screens risk being exposed to harmful advertising, an expert warns.
Gambling is not a harmless pastime: get gambling out of sports says Māori public health organisation
We are only now beginning to understand the extent to which children are exposed to harmful advertising including alcohol, tobacco and fast food.