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Nominations Extended for Health Industry Awards

Press Release 17 September 2008
For Immediate Release

Nominations Deadline Extended for NZ Health Industry Awards

Nominations are still open for the New Zealand Health Industry Awards 2008. Closing date for nominations has been extended until Thursday 25th September.

Nominate the outstanding New Zealanders that you think deserves to be acknowledged at the prestigious Awards evening.

We have made this a very easy process that will only take you a few minutes. Complete the nomination form online and click Nominate now.

www.nomination.healthawards.co.nz

Lifetime Achievement Award
Awarded for many years of outstanding dedication and commitment to the advancement of health and wellbeing in the Natural Health Industry for New Zealanders through any of the following areas:
• Dedication to environmental health
• Development or pioneering Research or Education
• Initiating Professional Treatment/Modality or Standards and Recognition
• Natural Healthcare Pioneer
• Raising Public Awareness through Education
• Contribution to Human Rights through Public Awareness and Education

Distinguished Services Award
Awarded in recognition of exemplary services in one of the following categories:
• Advancement of Integrative Medicine/Natural Medicine
• Environmental Health Research/Contribution
• Health Care Services/ Education - establishing Treatment Protocols/Modality
• Media: Journalist/Author of the Year
• Research & Development - Innovative Product/Device/System
• Practitioner of the Year
• Health Shop of the Year
• Manufacturing/Product Company of the Year

www.nomination.healthawards.co.nz


Award Presentation
Saturday 11th October, 2008
Bruce Mason Centre, Auckland
6:00pm Start

Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.co.nz 0800 111 999
– Keywords: health industry

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Press Release 15 September 2008
For Immediate Release


Do not miss out. Join the Celebration

Get your Ticket Now!

This year’s celebration is going to be one party not to be missed.

“Celebration of the Natural Health Industry and Everyone is Invited, Including You”

Get your tickets now! www.healthawards.co.nz

*New Zealand Health Industry Awards
To honour and acknowledge outstanding New Zealanders

*Celebration Gala Banquet Dinner
A complete night out including a banquet dinner

*Charity Auction for UNICEF
To fundraise for the women and children with HIV and AIDS in Papua New Guinea. With Presentation by NZ Ambassador Alison Mau

*Spectacular Entertainment
Mig Ayesa “Rock Star INXS”,
Fiona Pears “Virtuoso Violinist”,
Caleb Bartolo “So You Think You Can Dance, Australia”,
Catlin & Sika “International Musicians”,
plus so much more…

Join the Celebration.

New Zealand Health Industry Awards and Benefit Gala Dinner 2008
Saturday 11th October, 2008
Bruce Mason Centre, Auckland
6:00pm Start

Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.co.nz 0800 111 999
– Keywords: health industry

www.healthawards.co.nz


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