Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Have you checked yourself lately? Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. 70% of those diagnosed will be aged 50 and above. Breast cancer is not hereditary with 90 – 95% of patients not having any breast cancer in their families. Why should you get...
PDP Encourages Mental Health Awareness Week

PDP Encourages Mental Health Awareness Week

This year we are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week a little differently 💚. The theme this year is to take time to kōrero/mā te kōrero, ka ora – a little chat can go a long way. Across our offices, we are promoting our team to check up on their...
PDP Supports Blue September

PDP Supports Blue September

Did you know? Prostate cancer is the second-highest killer of kiwi men – skin cancer being the first. Mates, fathers, sons, brothers, grandfathers – if you haven’t been directly affected by prostate cancer, you’re bound to know someone who has. This Friday 10th...
Troy Speaking at LGNZ Conference

Troy Speaking at LGNZ Conference

Today at 11:20am, Troy Brockbank will be speaking on a panel at the Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) Conference in Blenheim, Marlborough. Be sure to attend to hear about his opinions around Te Ao Māori and...
PDP Hosts He Kōrero Tahi: A discussion

PDP Hosts He Kōrero Tahi: A discussion

We are delighted to be hosting the He Kōrero Tahi: A discussion in our Christchurch office tomorrow, with our Pou Ārahi Māori – Māori Advisory Lead Troy Brockbank. Troy will kōrero on his career to date and his passion for infusing Te Ao Māori into Aotearoa NZ...
Christchurch Hosts He Kōrero Tahi

Christchurch Hosts He Kōrero Tahi

We are delighted to be hosting the He Kōrero Tahi: A discussion in our Christchurch office tomorrow, with our Pou Ārahi Māori – Māori Advisory Lead Troy Brockbank. Troy will kōrero on his career to date and his passion for infusing Te Ao Māori into Aotearoa NZ...
The End of Matariki, the Start of a New Year

The End of Matariki, the Start of a New Year

Mānawatia a Matariki We are now into the new year! We all enjoyed celebrating Matariki last week, learning about the occasion and gathering together for the inter-office plate of origin shared lunches. A great way to kick off new beginnings. Kua haehae ngā hihi o...
New Climate Change Lead

New Climate Change Lead

We are pleased to announce that Dr Chris Cameron has joined us as our new Climate Change Lead. Chris has a diverse range of experience across science, strategy, policy and implementation, for local and central governments, and the private sector. He is a recognised...