Halberg Games News
Important information: Halberg Games 2019
The Halberg Foundation is looking forward to hosting the 2019 Halberg Games on 11-13 October at King’s College in Auckland. As you may be aware there have been a high number of measles cases reported in the last month, with a majority in the Auckland region. At this stage, the Ministry of Health has recommended event organisers do not cancel events such as concerts, sports events, festivals, or other public congregations. However, organisers are asked to liaise closely with their local DHBs and public health units for the latest advice.
It's your time to shine bright
A blog post from one of our Halberg Youth Council members and Team Welington Halberg Games competitor, Tristan-Perry Moananu, about his experiences at the 2018 Halberg Games.
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Registrations open to athletes and volunteers for 2018 Halberg Games
Registrations are now open for the 2018 Halberg Games, a national three day sports competition for physically disabled young people at King's College in Auckland from 5-7 October.
Governor-General officially opens the Halberg Junior Disability Games
The Halberg Junior Disability Games, has been officially opened by the Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy during a ceremony at King’s College in Auckland today.
Halberg Youth Council announced
The Halberg Disability Sport Foundation has today announced a group of 10 for its first ever ‘Halberg Youth Council’ - a group of young leaders from around the country representing physically disabled young people.