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Waiariki Clears The Air – Smokefree Unveiling

MEDIA ADVISORY
28 May 2014

Waiariki Clears The Air – Smokefree Unveiling

Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick will tomorrow unveil Waiariki as a smoke-free campus, a move welcomed by the institute’s community and the region's health professionals.

This Saturday marks World Smokefree Day and to mark the event Waiariki has made the decision to remove smoking from all of the Waiariki campuses around the region beginning thisFriday, 30 May.

At 12.30pm Mayor Steve Chadwick will be hosted by Waiariki as they move into the exciting phase of offering all students and staff a smoke-free environment.

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