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Cuba St Bucket Fountain - Asthma Awareness Week

What do 365 buckets of water, Pete Hodgson, Raybon Kan, Bevan Docherty and Cuba Street have in common?


Bevan Docherty (Olympic medalist), Tui, Jane Patterson (Executive Director, Asthma and Respiratory Foundation), Associate Minister of Health Pete Hodgson getting rid of moisture in the Cuba St Bucket Fountain for Asthma Awareness Week.

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Contact Energy and Healthy Homes Research Programme get rid of moisture in Cuba Street's Bucket Fountain for Asthma Awareness Week. Tui, from Asthma Awareness Week advertisements, looks on.

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