Water Tag

In partnership with New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA), Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency have developed an A3 poster to show we don’t need sports or energy drinks to fuel a busy day. Water is the best choice - any time, any place, any activity Download resource ...

Phasing out sugary drinks in Pasifika churches and community groups A water-only pledge has been translated into seven Pasifika languages and jointly signed by nearly 20 Pasifika church and community group leaders, shifting the consumption of sugary drinks where community spend their time across Auckland. The opportunity...

Hutt City Council and Healthy Families Lower Hutt have taken action to make sure our residents can 'Go the H2O' when out and about with new water fountains being installed across the Hutt. So far two high profile community hydration stations have already been installed with...

Playground drinking fountains in 17 local government areas: survey methods and results Authors George Thomson and Nick Wilson Abstract: Appropriate public access to water is an increasing concern, and to further explore field observation methods for assessing such access, we aimed to survey drinking fountains in playgrounds...

This toolkit has been designed to provide schools with information and resources to enable them to successfully adopt and implement a water-only policy. This resource includes: How is success measured?; frequently asked questions about going water-only; Case study - Ōtaki College Composite School; Case study - Brooklyn School; Case study -...

Swim England has released a comprehensive new report detailing the health benefits of swimming for individuals, communities and population health. Swimming regularly has considerable health and wellbeing benefits in comparison to people who do not engage in swimming. Key findings Water-based activity has specific advantages over land-based...