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05 Sep, 2017

Red Nose Day gala dinner

You are invited to join us on September 29th for a very special evening, our Red Nose Day gala dinner…

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Cure Kids

01 Sep, 2017

Kiwis take on Red Nose Day challenges to fund child health research

Cure Kids has launched its national Red Nose Day appeal, challenging Kiwis to take on a variety of activities during…

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23 Aug, 2017

George – Auckland Marathon runner

Why did you decide to take on the Auckland Marathon? I decided to take on the Auckland Marathon in memory…

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28 Jul, 2017

Laurel, fundraising champion

Laurel is one of our many incredible Cure Kids fundraising superstars, who every year puts on a fundraiser for Red…

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28 Jul, 2017

Harry’s Story

Harry was diagnosed with Myoclonic astatic epilepsy (Doose syndrome) at two-years-old. His older brother Ben developed epilepsy at the same…

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28 Jul, 2017

Addison’s Story

“For the most part, Addison was a normal and healthy child. When Addison was four, she had what we (and her…

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04 Jul, 2017

$2.8m awarded to new research addressing child health challenges

Research to understand how High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) can help teenagers ward off mental health problems is one of ten…

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28 Jun, 2017

Briscoe Group raises $330,000 for Cure Kids

Briscoe Group recently held their annual in-store Add What You Can Campaign and raised over $330,000!   Over the five…

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Cure Kids

15 Jun, 2017

Emily & Evie

Emily and Evie are very close sisters; in fact they share more in common than a lot of siblings do. Emily’s…

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28 May, 2017

Katie’s Story

“The prospect that we won’t have antibiotics that work in 10 years is scary. For us antibiotics have been essential. We…

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