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Nominations for the Asthma Foundation Achievers' Awards

3 February 2014

Make someone's year - last week for nominations for the Asthma Foundation Achievers' Awards

What better way to say well done to a friend or colleague who has a respiratory condition than by nominating them for an Asthma Foundation Achievers' Award. Don't wait, nominations are due by this Friday - 7th February. Get a nomination form from the website - www.asthmafoundation.org.nz.

The Asthma Foundation’s Achievers’ Awards celebrate New Zealanders who achieve things despite the challenges their respiratory condition brings to their lives.

The Achievers’ Awards will be presented by the Governor-General, Lt-Gen the Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, at Government House in Wellington, on 13 March 2014.

ENDS

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