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The Smokefree Coalition has held a final AGM and ceased being registered as a charitable trust on 30 January 2017.

The work of the Coalition set the scene for tobacco control in New Zealand due to the energy, insight and passion of those who have been part of the organisation.

Thank you to all those who were involved in our work to improve the health of all New Zealanders by reducing tobacco use and its health consequences.

Jan Pearson (Chair)

 
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Farewell the Smokefree Coalition

The Smokefree Coalition ceased its services on 30 June 2016 and celebrated 20 years of faithful service in New Zealand tobacco control at a function at the Southern Cross in Wellington on Friday 29 July

Members of the Smokefree Coalition can feel proud of the influential part they have played in New Zealand's tobacco control programme, as a united voice for action. With our Vision and collective advocacy, we were instrumental in ensuring numerous legislative measures and gaining Government's commitment to a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025.

We thank everyone who answered our calls to action, delivered our information resources to decision-makers, and took an active part in our events and discussion groups.

 

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We support Government's commitment to making Aotearoa New Zealand a smokefree nation by 2025.