Friday, November 20, 2020Read and add comments (0) *}
Sport NZ Ihi Aotearoa has announced $7m of new investment over the next four years to improve wellbeing outcomes for Māori. This new plan will see the government agency invest in new organisations who contribute to Māori physical activity outcomes. It is part of the $265m sport recovery package and recognition of the adverse effect COVID-19 has had on Māori wellbeing and levels of physical activity.
Thursday, November 5, 2020Read and add comments (0) *}
More than 100 play, active recreation and sport organisations across the Bay of Plenty region have received a total of $743,791 in funding from Sport NZ’s $15 million Community Resilience Fund Phase 2 to help alleviate the financial impact from COVID-19.
Wednesday, November 4, 2020Read and add comments (0) *}
Raelene Castle ONZM has been appointed as the next CEO of Sport NZ. She replaces Peter Miskimmin, who steps down on 11 December after 11 years in the role. Ms Castle will commence her role on 15 December.
Thursday, October 22, 2020Read and add comments (0) *}
As part of the 2019 Wellbeing Budget, the Government is investing $47.6 million over four years on a new initiative called Heathy Active Learning. It’s all about supporting schools, kura and early learning settings to improve child and youth wellbeing through healthy eating and drinking, and quality physical activity.
Monday, October 12, 2020Read and add comments (0) *}
The benefits of physical activity in and around pregnancy are well documented, but mothers-to-be often shy away from exercise for fear they’ll do harm, or they simply don’t know where to start.
Friday, October 9, 2020Read and add comments (0) *}
Since the inception of the Wāhine Toa sole parent programme in 2018, more than 20 young women have completed the programme and many have gone on to further study or employment.