Here’s the latest news and information from St John, including stories from across the Northern Region. When something interesting is going on, you can read about it here.

Chinese Business Women Donate Third Emergency Vehicle to St John

Beverley Tse |

A consortium of Chinese business women in New Zealand has once again shown their generosity to St John with the donation of a third operational vehicle for its emergency ambulance service....

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Chinese Community Donates Emergency Vehicle to St John Auckland Operations

Beverley Tse |

St John New Zealand has received a new emergency vehicle for its Auckland fleet, donated by the Chao Shan General Association of New Zealand....

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New ambulances to support rural communities

Ngaire Jones |

A new ambulance model designed specifically to support New Zealand’s rural and remote communities has arrived on our shores. ...

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Significant Boost to Ambulance Services in Otamatea

Beverley Tse |

St John is pleased to announce it has significantly increased the number of full-time staff in Otamatea by recruiting seven additional ambulance officers...

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Boost to Ambulance Services in Thames

Beverley Tse |

St John is pleased to announce it has doubled the number of full-time staff in Thames by recruiting four additional ambulance officers....

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Honouring our valuable volunteers

Beverley Tse |

Volunteers are at the heart of St John. Every day more than 9,600 generous volunteers help thousands of people across the country by devoting their time to St John’s frontline ambulance service and a variety of community health programmes to support people living well. ...

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Whangarei Hospital welcomes Friends of the Emergency Department

Beverley Tse |

From today, patients and staff at the Whangarei Hospital Emergency Department will have the support of a new group of friends from St John....

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Family donate $225,000 ambulance for St John Pukekohe station

Stuff.co.nz, Natalie Polley |

It was 40 years in the making, but a family of growers has donated a $225,000 lifesaving gift to St John. Raymond Jivan, along with his parents and extended family, donated a new frontline generation three emergency ambulance to St John. ...

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St John health shuttle launches in Pukekohe

Beverley Tse |

Residents in Pukekohe who face challenges getting to their local doctor or medical appointments at the hospital can now access the St John Health Shuttle service for a koha or gold coin donation....

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Chinese group awarded for services to St John

Beverley Tse |

A trio of Auckland-based Chinese organisations have been awarded a Priory Vote of Thanks for their exceptional contribution to the work of St John in New Zealand. ...

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