Great news from our Living Smokefree team with their awesome mahi helping 78 pregnant (hapuu) women become smoke free this year.
“It was my eighth baby's midwife that encouraged me to become a midwife myself,” says Tania Webb, a Graduate Midwife who’s been working at Middlemore Hospital for the past year. “I’m Maaori, my partner is Samoan and we live in Manurewa. My partner's quite old fashioned.
After a couple of years’ hiatus due to COVID-19, the Te Rito Ora team are excited to be hosting an in-person event for The Big Latch On 2023.
Breastfeeding while being a working parent can have challenges, but a supportive workplace and having the right resources can make all the difference.
Congratulations to Evvie and Chris Lowe, new parents to their baby boy Percy, who was the first baby born In New Zealand on New Year's Day 2023. Percy was born at Pukekohe Birthing Unit at midnight weighing 4095g.